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comment How to use JNDI DataSource provided by Tomcat in Spring?
@PavelNiedoba Tomcat uses a "context" for tomcat specific web app configuration. The context file and/or context configuration can be placed in various locations, so I can't give you a definitive answer. A common location is "/META-INF/context.xml". See "Defining a context" section here: tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-8.0-doc/config/…
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comment How do enable a .Net web-API to accept g-ziped posts
@Softlion Great suggestion. I'm tempted to modify the answer to show that, but I'm not in a position to verify that it would all still work as expected. If anyone can verify, feel free to modify the answer. Really though, the answer given by phasselbach is better than my original answer and it correctly uses Content-Encoding.
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answered Connecting to H2 server from DbVisualizer
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comment SSL Certificate - Reason why the page is not trusted
This is not a programming related question. For more information, you should try searching. A useful search might be "green address bar" or "Extended Validation Certificate".
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comment Preemptive Basic authentication with Apache HttpClient 4
In more recent versions, ClientContext renamed to HttpClientContext, ExecutionContext renamed to HttpCoreContext, and the authState.setXXX methods replaced with authState.update(authScheme, creds).
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comment Preemptive Basic authentication with Apache HttpClient 4
Also in more recent versions, ClientContext renamed to HttpClientContext, and ExecutionContext renamed to HttpCoreContext.
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revised Spring boot JAR as windows service
Changed answer as original answer actually did not work.
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comment How do enable a .Net web-API to accept g-ziped posts
Because outputStream is a MemoryStream, it is not required to dispose or close the stream explicitly. For details, see this answer: stackoverflow.com/questions/4274590/…
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