Deployments: Web Applications: Configuration
Configuration Options Related Tasks Related Topics
In this page, you define the configuration of the application deployment descriptor file that is associated with this Web application module.
Name Description Session cookies max age (in seconds)
The life span of the session cookie (in seconds) after which it expires on the client.
Session Invalidation Interval (in seconds)
The time (in seconds) that WebLogic Server waits between doing house-cleaning checks for timed-out and invalid sessions, and deleting the old sessions and freeing up memory.
Session Timeout (in seconds)
The amount of time (in seconds) that a session can remain inactive before it is invalidated.
Specifies whether to add JSP line numbers to generated class files to aid in debugging.
Maximum in-memory Sessions
The maximum number of sessions to retain in memory
Monitoring Attribute Name
The monitoring attribute.
Index Directory Enabled
Specifies whether the target should automatically generate an HTML directory listing if no suitable index file is found.
Index Directory Sort By
Specifies the way in which index directories are sorted.
Servlet Reload Check (in seconds)
The amount of time (in seconds) that WebLogic Server waits to check if a servlet was modified and needs to be reloaded.
Resource Reload Check (in seconds)
The amount of time (in seconds) that WebLogic Server waits to check if a resource was modified and needs to be reloaded.
Session Monitoring Enabled
Specifies whether runtime MBeans will be created for session monitoring.
Minimum Native File Size
The minimum native file size.
JSP Page Check (in seconds)
The interval (in seconds) at which WebLogic Server checks to see if JSP files have changed and need recompiling.
JSP Keep Generated
Specifies whether to save the Java files that are generated as an intermediary step in the JSP compilation process.
Specifies whether to print debugging info to the browser during compilation.
Specifies context root to override the default value(name of exploded directory or name of the WAR file minus the ".war" extension).
- Specify default Web applications
- Deploy Web applications
- Test the deployment
- View deployed Web applications
- Stop deployed Web applications
- Delete Web applications
- Monitor Web applications and servlets
- Update run-time descriptors