Where can I configure the connector settings of the internal tomcat in the Ivy Server/Engine? In a normal tomcat the connector can be configured in the conf/server.xml file:

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<connector port="8080" protocol="HTTP/1.1" connectionTimeout="20000"
redirectPort="8443"
compression="on"
compressionMinSize="1024"
compressableMimeType="text/css,application/javascript" />
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asked 15.07.2014 at 16:39

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You can change the settings in the "System Properties" in the "Ivy Server/Engine Administrator". See the settings with the names WebServer.[AJP|HTTP|HTTPS].*

System Properties in the Ivy Administrator

See Tomcat connector documentaion for a description of all properties/attributes. For the HTTP and the HTTPS Connector there are the following common attributes:

  • AcceptCount, Address, AllowTrace, BufferSize, CompressableMimeType, Compression, ConnectionLinger, ConnectionTimeout, DisableUploadTimeout, EmptySessionPath, Enabled, EnableLookups, MaxHttpHeaderSize, MaxKeepAliveRequests, MaxPostSize, MaxSavePostSize, MaxSpareThreads, MaxThreads, MinSpareThreads, NoCompressionUserAgents, Port, ProxyName, ProxyPort, RedirectPort, RestrictedUserAgents, Server, SocketBuffer, Strategy, TcpNoDelay, ThreadPriority, URIEncoding, UseBodyEncodingForURI, UseIPVHosts, XpoweredBy

For the AJP connector there are less properties because some settings must then be configured in the IIS or Apache (like compression).

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answered 15.07.2014 at 16:46

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