Posted 03/01/2011 - 16:44 by Mike Bennett
For security purposes, many organizations choose to entirely disable plain HTTP traffic to their servers in favor of the encryption (and sometimes authentication) provided by HTTPS. Presto’s server side is agnostic to the transport, and lets the application server do its part. The same is almost true for Presto’s command line administration tools (padmin and migrate), as well as Presto’s EMML command line client tools (emml, emmlpub, macropub).
Posted 12/21/2010 - 15:35 by Mike Bennett
The other day one of our customers asked me for help getting Presto/Tomcat up and running as a Windows service. What I thought should be a fairly simple task turned into tedious hours of Googling, tweaking, and re-trying various things to no avail until I finally realized the problem. If you’re banging your head against your screen trying to get Tomcat to run as a Windows Service then read on.[Read More...]