KeyWEn.com  
 
 
 
Directory Structure       Article     History   Tree Map
  Encyclopedia of Keywords > Web Application > Directory Structure   Michael Charnine

Keywords and Sections
DESTINATION DIRECTORY
SPECIFIC DIRECTORY STRUCTURE
COMPONENTS
EFFORT
REQUIRED
PROCESS
AREAS
FTP CLIENT
USERS
SERVLET
SYSTEM
COMPUTER SYSTEM
ACCESS
WEB
BROWSERS
LINKS
WINDOWS USERS
APPLICATION
WEBSPHERE APPLICATION
AFTERSTEP
DIRECTORIES
DIRECTORY
TOMCAT
WEB APPLICATION
DIRECTORY STRUCTURE
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Directory Structure"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. A directory structure is a tree similar to an XML document. (Web site)
  2. Directory structure is defined by the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard.
  3. The directory structure is important to the servlet engine. (Web site)
  4. All directory structure is preserved and you can optionally choose to delete files from the target that are not in the source. (Web site)
  5. This directory structure is optimized for development on a single WebLogic Server instance. (Web site)

Destination Directory

  1. This ingenious program will allow you to select the source directory and destination directory, then it will proceed to copy ONLY the directory structure.

Specific Directory Structure

  1. Later, you're going to build a web application with a very specific directory structure. (Web site)

Components

  1. In a Web Application the components are deployed using a standard directory structure. (Web site)

Effort

  1. The Linux Standard Base is an effort to unify the system internals of Linux distributions by specifying a standard directory structure and file layout.

Required

  1. For each module type, the specifications define the files required and their location in the directory structure.
  2. Although not required, it is assumed when encrypting the Central Directory Structure, that it will be compressed for greater storage efficiency. (Web site)

Process

  1. The process of developing a standard filesystem hierarchy began in August 1993 with an effort to restructure the file and directory structure of Linux.
  2. The process is fully automated and is based on the Navigational or directory structure of your website.

Areas

  1. They are areas on a computer that "mirror" or contain an exact replica of the directory structure of another computer. (Web site)

Ftp Client

  1. This tells the FTP client where to put you within the directory structure of your account. (Web site)

Users

  1. Firstly, we recommend diagramming the directory structure, getting input from as many users as possible. (Web site)

Servlet

  1. It is possible to view the finished servlet code that is generated by locating it within the directory structure of the servlet engine.

System

  1. Java relied on the directory structure of your file system, and thousands of files were installed on your hard drive.
  2. Anonymous FTP root directories do not require any specific directory structure, system binaries or other system files. (Web site)

Computer System

  1. Care must be taken to unpack in a computer system that supports the naming in the directory structure. (Web site)

Access

  1. This helps prevent access to any other areas of the file system than the FTP directory structure.
  2. Some Trojan horse applications can take on the same name, size, and directory structure as a program that is permitted to access the Internet. (Web site)

Web

  1. Exploded directory format means the Web Application components are arranged on your file system using the standard directory structure for Web Applications. (Web site)
  2. URL addresses include both the address of the Web server and the specific directory structure that leads to an individual Web page on a Web server.

Browsers

  1. Browsers like Internet Explorer and Mozilla allow viewing of generic XML document similar to directory structure, e.g.

Links

  1. GNU Wget is capable of traversing parts of the Web (or a single HTTP or FTP server), following links and directory structure. (Web site)

Windows Users

  1. Since most are Windows users, they know how the directory structure of Windows looks like, and expects that it will be the same with Linux. (Web site)

Application

  1. The directory structure for the application is typically designed based upon the requirements of components within the selected modules. (Web site)

Websphere Application

  1. Probably the most interesting portion of the WebSphere Application Server directory structure is the config directory under a specific profile. (Web site)

Afterstep

  1. Why? AfterStep now uses a directory structure to handle desktop customization.

Directories

  1. You can navigate the directory structure by automatically listing the directories and files as hypertext links. (Web site)

Directory

  1. In Windows you can use DirPrinter to print the content of a directory and the directory structure in a comfortable way.
  2. Rather, it is a web service whose directory is based on the DMOZ Directory structure, and a search engine which pulls data from Google.

Tomcat

  1. Create a directory structure under Tomcat for your application. (Web site)
  2. A context is a directory structure on the server from which Tomcat can execute servlets and JSPs.

Web Application

  1. The container that holds the components of a web application is the directory structure in which it exists. (Web site)
  2. By default, the web application is created in a directory structure that conforms to the Java BluePrints project conventions for web applications.
  3. The directory structure of a Web application consists of two parts.

Directory Structure

  1. Wget can follow links in HTML and XHTML pages and create local versions of remote web sites, fully recreating the directory structure of the original site. (Web site)
  2. For the most part, the directory structure of a web application reflects the structure that the end-user will see from their browser. (Web site)
  3. A web application may be packaged into an archive or exist in an open directory structure. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Web Application
  2. Computers > Internet > Web > Directory
  3. Computers > Operating Systems > Unix > Afterstep
  4. Websphere Application
  5. Windows Users
  6. Books about "Directory Structure" in Amazon.com

Book: Keywen Category Structure


  Short phrases about "Directory Structure"
  Originally created: August 28, 2008.
  Links checked: May 06, 2013.
  Please send us comments and questions by this Online Form
  Please click on Move Up to move good phrases up.
0.0249 sec. a=1..