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Tomcat example source code file (index.xml)

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The Tomcat index.xml source code

<?xml version="1.0"?>
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  The ASF licenses this file to You under the Apache License, Version 2.0
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<!DOCTYPE document [
  <!ENTITY project SYSTEM "project.xml">
<document url="index.html">


    <author email="">Craig R. McClanahan
    <title>Table of Contents


<section name="Catalina Functional Specifications">

<p>This documentation area includes functional specifications for
many features supported by the <strong>Catalina servlet container
portion of Tomcat 5.  In most cases, these features are not documented in the
underlying Servlet or JSP specifications, so a definition of the expected
correct behavior is important both to implementors of those features, and to
test writers trying to decide what to test.</p>

<p>The functional specifications are divided into the following categories
in the menu (to the left):</p>
<li>Administrative Apps - Overall requirements for supporting an
    ability to configure and operate a Tomcat 5 installation through tools,
    as well as detailed requirements for the tools themselves.</li>
<li>Internal Servlets - Requirements for Catalina features that are
    implemented as internal, container-managed, servlets.</li>
<li>Realm Implementations - Requirements for the implementations of
    the <code>org.apache.catalina.Realm interface (providing access to
    collections of users, passwords and roles) that are included in the
    standard Tomcat 5 distribution.</li>

<p>NOTE - In some cases, the contents of these functional specs has
been "reverse engineered" from existing implementations.  This exercise is
stil useful, because it provides an introduction to <strong>what
Catalina does, without being as concerned with <strong>how this is

<p>TODO - Obviously, this area has a long ways to go before
it is complete.  Contributions are welcome!</p>




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