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Faq ID 402
Product ServletExec
Category Installation
Question My ServletExec AS installation is missing the webadapter.properties file, how can I manually create this file?
Answer

You can create this file in the ServletExec AS config directory with the following content. The default location for the ServletExec AS config directory is C:\Program Files\New Atlanta\ServletExec AS\config.

Note that you must replace <instance name> with the name you gave your ServletExec instance at installation time.

You'll need to restart IIS after updating/creating the webadapter.properties file.


# This file contains the configuration properties used by the ServletExec
# adapter. These properties are used by the adapter for routing HTTP
# requests from the web server to a ServletExec Application Server (AS)
# instance.
#
# For every incoming request to the web server, the ServletExec adapter
# applies the following algorithm to determine if the request should be
# forwarded to a ServletExec AS instance for processing:
#
# 1. Using the host name (plus port) of the incoming HTTP request, find all
# ServletExec AS instances that are configured to process requests for the
# designated host + port as defined by the
# servletexec.<instance name>.hosts properties.
#
# 2. For the ServletExec AS instances identified in step 1, if the incoming
# request URL matches an application context path, forward the request
# to the ServletExec AS instance defined by the
# servletexec.<instance name>.instances properties.
#
# This file can be configured with the following global properties:
#
# servletexec.handlerType -- the type of handler the ServletExec instances
# communicate with. The value ".net" indicates a .NET handler while the
# value "native" indicates a C or C++ handler. The default value is "native".
#
# servletexec.aliasCheckInterval -- the minimum number of seconds for the
# polling of instances to determine if their web application data has been
# modified. This allows the adapter to be automatically updated when an
# instance's web application data is modified. To disable this polling set
# this value to -1.
#
# Each ServletExec AS instance can be configured with the following
# properties, where <instance name> is the unique name of a
# ServletExec AS instance:
#
# servletexec.<instance name>.hosts -- a comma-separated list of IP
# addresses or host names. The value of "all" may be specified to indicate
# that the instance will process requests for all virtual hosts. Other
# examples are: "www.newatlanta.com", "www.abc.com:9090",
# "192.168.200.17", or "192.168.200.43:8000".
#
# servletexec.<instance name>.instances -- the IP address and port
# number of the ServletExec AS instance, used by the adapter for
# forwarding HTTP requests to the instance. Each instance must have a
# unique IP address/port number pair; the default is "127.0.0.1:8888".
#
# servletexec.<instance name>.pool-increment -- the number of
# connections that will added to the connection pool when a connection is
# needed and the pool is empty. These connections are used by the
# adapter to communicate with the instance.
#
# servletexec.<instance name>.pool-max-idle -- the maximum number
# of idle connections that can be present in the connection pool. These
# connections are used by the adapter to communicate with the instance.

servletexec.aliasCheckInterval=10

servletexec.<instance name>.hosts=all
servletexec.<instance name>.instances=127.0.0.1:8888
servletexec.<instance name>.pool-increment=5
servletexec.<instance name>.pool-max-idle=10



   
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