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Tomcat Configuration

Tomcat detailed Configuration page provides detailed configuration of Apache Tomcat server. In other words, you can get a complete view of Tomcat server.xml configuration file.

All the details of the selected configuration file are listed as below.

You can also update Server, Host, Connector, Context configuration at server runtime and persists them to the server.

Tomcat Security Realms

User Database Realms page provides detailed information about Tomcat UserDatabase Realms which are configured in server global resources. You can view,add and edit roles, users and groups of user database realms.

Multi Server Deployment

Application Deployment functionality in ManageCat enables you to deploy new web applications. In ManageCat, it is possible to make both single and multiple server deployments. You can deploy Exploded Directory or WAR Archives.


To start deployment, you have to select at least one Virtual Host. Applications will be deployed to the selected virtual hosts. You can also deploy single application to multiple Tomcat Servers.

 Cluster Wide Deployment

Cluster Based Deployment enables administrators to deploy WAR Archives to server clusters. To deploy WAR archives to the cluster, Host must have Cluster definition with FarmWarDeployer definition and deployer watchEnabled property must be true. When you deploy WAR archive to watchEnabled folder, ManageCat automatically deploys WAR archive to cluster nodes.

Web Application Management

Web Application Management capability of ManageCat provides quick view of currently deployed web applications. Administrators can get detailed information of currently deployed web applications in Apache Tomcat. They can easily manage the status of these applications, i.e, start, stop, restart, undeploy.

Web applications detailed panel shows detailed information about the selected web application. It is possible to have further information about sessions, resource references, Web XML, Contect XML, JSP Pages, Servlets, Filters, Context Attributes and Context Init Parameters. 

Builtin JMX Client

Builtin JMX Client enables users to view MBeans (Managed Beans) of the current Tomcat server instance. It is now possible to view attributes and call operations for a selected/queried MBean.

In the JMX MBean Tree panel, it is possible to view the MBeans. MBeans are located in leaves of the tree. MBean details are shown in MBean Opereations panel. You can easily view attributes of the selected MBean and invoke MBean operations.

MBean Operations


DataSource Management

Application DataSource Viewer in ManageCat provides information about deployed web applications' datasources that are bound to JNDI context of the web application. Configuration parameters of the datasource can be also updated in this page.

You can also create new datasource which uses DBCP or Tomcat JDBC based connection pool. Before creating the datasource, you can test the connection.

Tomcat File System

Tomcat File System page provides directory structure of the Tomcat installation folder based on the CATALINA_BASE environment variable. You are able to edit files and push changes to the server.

JVM Startup Parameters

JVM Startup Parameters page enables you to define JVM startup arguments and environment parameters. In Tomcat, or setenv.bat scripts are called by the runtime environment to set environment variables. In these scripts, you can also define JVM startup arguments like 'Xmx,Xms, MaxPermSize, etc.'

All these features are available in cloud or on-premise. It is easier than ever before to manage Apache Tomcat. 

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