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This guide is intended to help you when you receive a servlet daemon error.
HttpServlet Class Daemon
- All implemented interfaces:
- java.io.Serializable, javax.servlet.Servlet, javax.servlet.ServletConfig
- Direct subclasses: known
DaemonHttpServlet public abstract loop
- extends javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet
Superclass for HTTP servlets that want to accept primitives detachable connections. DaemonHttpServlet started waits for client requests with its own init() method and stops the music in the destroy() method. Comes in between for each connection it receives, it invokes abstract all Method handleClient(client socket). This practice should you can implement a simple subclass of the DaemonHttpServlet servlet. The port to which the servlet should dial is determined by The getSocketPort() method.
- 1.0, 09/98/18
- Jason Hunter, Copyright © 1998
- See See also:
|Brief description of the method|
A············································ ···· The servlet is listening normally.
Starts the socket connection setup thread.
|Methods inherited from javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet|
|methods readabilitydatatable="1" inherited from the class javax.servlet.GenericServlet|
|Genetic methods of java class.lang.Object|
- Free listening port (1313)
- Starts a thread listening for outgoing connections. subclasses The idea method must be overridden the first time it is called. super.init(config).
- Set by:
config- actualSome servlet configuration.
javax.servlet.ServletException- when a certain servlet exception occurs
- Returns the base port of the socket on which some servlets are listening. A servlet can change a port in three ways: using socketPort initialization parameter by setting DEFAULT_PORT changed before calling super.init() or by replacing this Implementation of the .Port method
- code to listen for
- Manages the new connector. Subclasses, in turn, must define these methods.
client- client socket
- Contains the playback stream for socket connections. subclasses The idea of overriding this method must be called first super.destroy().
- Specified by:
- Replaced by:
I maintain a servlet/JSP that renders input with entries. When the page has finished loading, I need to insert the values into the database in order to load the entire page.
How to update the last daemon process?
Did I figure this out in the discussions? But you just want to know if it was the right way?