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153 tips and tricks on Resin, Quercus, and Hessian and other Caucho projects.
Resin using OpenSSL
Configuring HTTPS using OpenSSL. (more Security...)
Virtual Hosts using Hosts Directory
Setting up automatic host deployment. (more Virtual Hosts...)
Resin Administration
Configuring and the /resin-admin webapp. (more Admin...)
Cluster with Two Servers
Cluster configuration describing how to add multiple servers to a cluster. (more Clustering...)
Throttling HTTP by Remote IP
Protecting the server against attacks by limiting connections from a single IP address. (more Networking...)
Mail Log-Handler
Configure mail notification of critical log events. (more Logging...)
Moved Permanently
Using rewrite-rule to redirect browsers to the new location. (more Rewrite...)
HttpProxy
Using Resin's HttpProxy dispatch to load balance requests to a backend. (more Load Balancing...)
Featured Article
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Resin's Eclipse plugin is based on the proven Eclipse Web Tools Platform (WTP). You must have the WTP installed for the Resin plugin to work. Generally, if you download the Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers, it will automatically include the WTP. This is by far the easiest way to get started. Otherwise, you can add the WTP to your Eclipse installation yourself.

The Resin Eclipse plugin supports Helios (Eclipse 3.6) and above. For Indigo (Eclipse 3.7) and above, the Resin plugin is already registered. If you're using Helios (3.6), the plugin should be installed through the Resin Eclipse Plugin update site.

Detailed instructions on how to install the plugin for your version of Eclipse are described below. (more...)

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