Samba is an efficient file and print server that enables you to get the most out of your computer hardware. If you're familiar with Unix administration, TCP/IP networking, and other common Unix servers, and you want to learn how to deploy the revision of Samba, this book is ideal for you.
The Definitive Guide to Apache mod_rewrite is the first book devoted to mastering the many nuances of mod_rewrite, Apache's most powerful (and confusing) module. This book covers all matters pertinent to mod_rewrite: installation and configuration, basic and conditional rewrites, access control, virtual host maintenance, and proxies.
This book begins with a concise introduction to XML and Web Services. Subsequent chapters devote themselves to specific subprojectscovering their purposes, APIs, implementation, and practical uses through appropriate code examples.
Pro Apache Tomcat 6 is ideal for Tomcat administrators and others who want to configure Tomcat. Author Matthew Moodie describes configuration files, as well as administration features like security, auto-deployment, remote deployment, and data sources.
Pro Apache Struts with Ajax maps out how to use the Apache Struts MVC web framework so you can solve everyday web application development challenges. This book takes an application-centric approach: the development of an application drives Struts along with Ajax coveragenot the other way around.
This book teaches you all about using Apache Geronimo, the open-source lightweight J2EE/Java EE 5 web application server. It's a must-have title because it explores relevant internals, features lots of code samples, and is the first book to cover Apache Geronimo in such detail.
If you want exposure to the new open source lightweight SOA-driven Apache Beehive framework project, then pick up Pro Apache Beehive, the first book on this MVC Web framework, which is increasingly gaining interest in the Eclipse community through Eclipse Pollinate.
Pro Apache Ant is a professional-level tutorial for Java and XML developers who want to learn to use Ant, the open source Apache Java-based build tool. It presents a focused and practical approach to this popular open source build tool optimized for Java and XML development.