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The speaker presents a Java application that behaves like a dedicated web server and provides Web services. It runs as a standalone network daemon and only calls system and network services that are directly executed by the JVM. No other software is necessary. The URL path referenced by the clients is not referring to files. Instead it is calling other middleware services and serves as a Web service gateway. The application only requires TCP/IP and Java library programming. Because it behaves as a web server, the browser can be any client capable of interfacing with the standard HTTP protocol.
Learn about Java network programming, specifically about security, reliability, supportability, monitoring, browser cache disabling, kit building, starting the Java server process, troubleshooting and monitoring, implementing on different operating systems and platforms, and integrating with other services. Debugging server processes is difficult because there is no direct user interface. Every interaction goes via network sockets, or process signals. Remotely control the server by using the HTTP protocol, enable and disable logging, tracing, and debugging info.