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Apache Tomcat (or simply Tomcat) is an open source web server and servlet container developed by the Apache Software Foundation (ASF). Tomcat implements the Java Servlet and the JavaServer Pages (JSP) specifications from Oracle, and provides a 'pure Java' HTTP web server environment for Java code to run in. Apache Tomcat migration tool for Jakarta EE. This tool is a work in progress. The aim of the tool is to take a web application written for Java EE 8 that runs on Apache Tomcat 9 and convert it automatically so it runs on Apache Tomcat 10 which implements Jakarta EE 9.

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Welcome to the Tomcat FAQ. As you dive into the FAQ, we suggest you also try the following:

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  • Read the docs. Most answers are already documented.
  • Know the Specifications. Many answers are not documented by the Tomcat team since they are generic and already defined by the specs. Know the specs, they let you ensure your webapps are portable across different servlet containers.
  • Please do some research. Use a search engine. It is frustrating to see questions which can be answered with a simple Google search (or your favorite search engine).
  • Browse or search our mailing lists.

Table of Contents

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FAQ TOPICS

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  • Bugs - What to do when you believe you have a bug or there is a difference in behavior with another servlet container.
  • Character Encoding - How to handle non-standard characters.
  • Class Not Found - What to do with Class Not Found errors.
  • Clustering - Cluster and clustering related questions
  • Connectors - You want to connect tomcat to Apache, IIS, or have questions about tomcat-standalone.
  • Database - Getting tomcat to talk to a database.
  • Deployment - Questions related to web application deployment.
  • Developing - Various IDE integration questions.
  • FDA Validation - Questions related to running Tomcat in an FDA validated environment.
  • How To - Miscellaneous common how to's.
  • Known Issues - Known issues
  • Linux / Unix - Common questions for Linux / Unix related platforms.
  • Logging - Common questions related to logging in Tomcat.
  • Memory - Common memory related questions.
  • Meta - About Tomcat and this FAQ.
  • Miscellaneous - Miscellaneous questions that weren't categorized.
  • Monitoring - Tips on Monitoring a running Tomcat instance.
  • Other Operating Systems - Information about scripts and support for other operating systems.
  • Other Resources - A lot of links to tomcat related documentation and experiences.
  • Performance & Monitoring - Performance & Monitoring questions.
  • Security - Common security issues.
  • Specifications - A reference page that provides links to specifications, implemented by Apache Tomcat.
  • Tomcat User - More information about the tomcat-user mailing list.
  • Troubleshooting & Diagnostics - Tools and techniques for diagnosing problems.
  • Version - About the different tomcat versions.
  • WebDav - Questions on using Tomcat Webdav servlet.
  • Windows - Common Windows questions.

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