Understanding the WebSphere Application Server Web server plug-in

An indepth understanding of the WebSphere Application Server Web server plug-in, which forwards HTTP requests from the Web server to WebSphere Application Server, will not only help you troubleshoot plug-in-related issues more quickly, but will also help you make better application architecture decisions. This technical paper explains the use of the plug-in, with an emphasis on understanding and rectifying failure situations involving overloaded or hanging systems.

Sharad Cocasse (SharadCocasse@us.ibm.com), Staff Software Engineer, EMC

Sharad Cocasse is a member of the WebSphere Execution Team. His experience includes several years of writing object-oriented applications and developing and delivering WebSphere education to customers and IBM field technical personnel. Most recently, he has been working directly with customers to help them succeed with their use of WebSphere Application Server. Sharad holds a Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Alabama and lives and works in Rochester, Minnesota.



Makarand Kulkarni (makarand@us.ibm.com), Staff Software Engineer, EMC

Makarand Kulkarni is a Staff Software Engineer on the WebSphere Execution Team. He has more than three years experience working with WebSphere-based solutions, and has helped many customers integrate and test WebSphere solutions on various platforms. His areas of expertise are J2EE client/server applications, CORBA interoperability and WebSphere work load management. Makarand works at the IBM Pittsburgh, PA, lab.



21 October 2003

An indepth understanding of the WebSphere Application Server Web server plug-in, which forwards HTTP requests from the Web server to WebSphere Application Server, will not only help you troubleshoot plug-in-related issues more quickly, but will also help you make better application architecture decisions. This technical paper explains the use of the plug-in, with an emphasis on understanding and rectifying failure situations involving overloaded or hanging systems.

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