07-06-2011 06:38 AM
There is a manual which you can find on www.hp.com/go/nonstop-docs . Or alternatively, you can search the knowledge base for 'NonStop iTP Webserver" and select one of the manual entries.
iTP webserver manages the web-tier like serving static pages but it is also capable of interfacing with Pathway (TS/MP) server classes. In addition iTP Webserver is able to manage Tomcat servlets and Java Server pages For that, you need to find documentation about NonStop Java Server PAges (NSJSP).
07-07-2011 09:22 AM
Yes, NonStop Java will work on G-Series also. The supported versions are Java 1.4 and 1.5.
You have to be aware that the hardware of the MIPS procesors (that are used in G-Series) is lacking speed. Java -on any system- runs better if the processor speed is higher. The first NonStop Integrity servers showed about 7 times the raw Java performance when compared to S-series hardware (G-series software).
07-07-2011 06:58 PM
The answers which you are giving is drilling my mind to sharpen towards the NONstop JAVA.
And i appreciate your answers.
I looking for the whole setup . where i can practically experience the ITP Webservers. like how it works and how it is utilised.
And also one more question on NONstop Java. whether we will complie the java code in over tandem or we will import the complied object to use into over tandem.
Could please provide the specific answer to hardware ( S-series ) , Operating System ( G-series ).
07-08-2011 10:16 AM
Regarding compilation of Java for NonStop: Most customers use a development environment on the workstation, like Eclipse, and do the development there. Then transfer the class files or jar files. Which can be automated as well, since it is standard Eclipse functionality.