findinsite-js configuration screen About section
Use the About section of the findinsite-js
to do these jobs:
Partial screenshot of the online configuration screen About section:
Display findinsite-js information
The findinsite-js Version is listed at the top of the About section.
Go the findinsite-js web site
to see if there is a later version available - your licence may provide
you with updates for free.
The Started field lists the date and time when findinsite-js started -
this information can be useful, eg to tell if your servlet engine has been restarted
for some reason.
Display server information
The Server description is useful to let you know the type of servlet engine
and its version number. findinsite-js also lists the Java Servlet Development
Kit (JDSK) specification version that is supported. JDSK 0.0 is shown for versions less
then 2.1 - this usually means that JDSK 2.0 is supported.
The Context name may be useful when trying to identify findinsite-js in
the servlet engine / application server control interface.
Display runtime runtime environment information
The remaining information displayed in the the About section
may be useful in tracking down problems.
- Request headers
- These headers are sent from the browser to findinsite-js.
For example, the "accept-language" header (if present) lists your preferred languages;
findinsite-js uses this header to set its output language and character set.
- Servlet context attributes
- These attributes are provided to findinsite-js from the Java servlet engine.
- Java properties
- These are property values available to any Java program.
For example, the "java.runtime.version" property (if present) indicates
the precise Java specification that is supported.
findinsite-js also sets some Java properties to enable emailing, eg
Last modified: 14 September 2005.