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What is a WEBDEV Application Server and how to install it?




A WEBDEV Application Server is a software component that allows you to deploy and run WEBDEV sites and webservices on a Windows or Linux server. It handles the communication between the browser and the server, the execution of the WLanguage code, the management of the sessions, the access to the databases, and the security features. A WEBDEV Application Server can also host SaaS applications, replication servers, telemetry servers, and WDBaas modules.




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To install a WEBDEV Application Server, you need a valid serial number and an installation key. You can download the setup package from the [WEBDEV 28 download area]. The installation process is simple and guided by a wizard. You can choose between a 32-bit or a 64-bit version, depending on your server architecture. You can also specify the root directory for the sites and webservices, the advanced settings, the administrator account, the remote administration sites, and the optional features. The installation will automatically detect and configure the web server (IIS or Apache) and create the virtual directories for the WEBDEV sites.


For more details about the installation steps, you can refer to the [WEBDEV 28 Application Server documentation] or watch this [video tutorial].


Once the WEBDEV Application Server is installed, you can use the WEBDEV administrator interface to manage your sites and webservices, monitor the activity and performance of your server, configure the security options, backup and restore your data, and access other useful tools.


A WEBDEV Application Server is a powerful and versatile solution for creating dynamic and interactive web applications with WEBDEV. It offers many advantages such as high scalability, reliability, compatibility, and productivity. How to deploy and update a WEBDEV site or webservice on a WEBDEV Application Server?




After installing a WEBDEV Application Server, you can deploy and update your WEBDEV sites and webservices on it using different methods. The most common and recommended method is to use the WEBDEV Deployment tool, which is integrated in the WEBDEV development environment. This tool allows you to create a deployment package (WDD file) that contains all the necessary files and settings for your site or webservice. You can then upload this package to the WEBDEV Application Server using FTP, HTTP, or HTTPS protocols. The WEBDEV Deployment tool also lets you automate the deployment process using scripts or command lines.


Another method is to use the WEBDEV administrator interface, which is accessible from any web browser. You can log in to the interface using the administrator account that you created during the installation of the WEBDEV Application Server. From there, you can upload a WDD file or a ZIP file that contains your site or webservice files. You can also create, modify, or delete sites and webservices manually using the interface.


A third method is to use the WDInst tool, which is a command-line utility that allows you to install or update sites and webservices on a WEBDEV Application Server. You can run this tool from a Windows or Linux terminal, or from a batch file. You need to specify the parameters for the connection, the site or webservice name, and the source directory or file.


For more details about the deployment and update methods, you can refer to the [WEBDEV 28 Deployment documentation] or watch this [video tutorial].


Deploying and updating a WEBDEV site or webservice on a WEBDEV Application Server is easy and fast. You can choose the method that suits your needs and preferences. You can also benefit from the features of the WEBDEV Application Server such as automatic updates, version management, rollback, and synchronization. How to test and debug a WEBDEV site or webservice on a WEBDEV Application Server?




Before deploying your WEBDEV site or webservice on a WEBDEV Application Server, you may want to test and debug it locally or remotely. Testing and debugging are essential steps to ensure the quality and functionality of your web application. WEBDEV offers several tools and features to help you with these tasks.


One of the tools is the WEBDEV test mode, which allows you to run your site or webservice directly from the WEBDEV development environment. You can use this mode to test the interface, the behavior, and the performance of your web application. You can also use the WLanguage debugger to inspect and modify the variables, execute the code step by step, set breakpoints, and watch expressions. The WEBDEV test mode simulates the execution of your site or webservice on a WEBDEV Application Server, but without requiring an actual server installation.


Another tool is the WEBDEV remote debug mode, which allows you to run your site or webservice on a remote WEBDEV Application Server and debug it from the WEBDEV development environment. You can use this mode to test the compatibility and the security of your web application on a real server. You can also use the WLanguage debugger to perform the same actions as in the test mode. The WEBDEV remote debug mode requires a valid license for both the development computer and the server computer.


For more details about the test and debug modes, you can refer to the [WEBDEV 28 Test and Debug documentation] or watch this [video tutorial].


Testing and debugging a WEBDEV site or webservice on a WEBDEV Application Server is easy and convenient. You can use the tools and features provided by WEBDEV to ensure the optimal functioning of your web application. How to optimize and secure a WEBDEV site or webservice on a WEBDEV Application Server?




After deploying your WEBDEV site or webservice on a WEBDEV Application Server, you may want to optimize and secure it to improve its performance and reliability. Optimization and security are important aspects to consider for any web application. WEBDEV offers several options and features to help you with these tasks.


One of the options is the WEBDEV Application Server configuration, which allows you to adjust the settings of your server according to your needs and preferences. You can access the configuration from the WEBDEV administrator interface or from the WDConfig tool. You can modify the parameters such as the number of concurrent connections, the memory allocation, the cache management, the compression level, the log files, and the maintenance mode. You can also enable or disable the features such as the automatic updates, the version management, the rollback, and the synchronization.


Another option is the WEBDEV site or webservice configuration, which allows you to customize the settings of your site or webservice according to your requirements and expectations. You can access the configuration from the WEBDEV development environment or from the WEBDEV administrator interface. You can modify the parameters such as the database connection, the session management, the error handling, the authentication mode, and the encryption level. You can also enable or disable the features such as the telemetry, the replication, the WDBaas module, and the SaaS mode.


For more details about the configuration options, you can refer to the [WEBDEV 28 Configuration documentation] or watch this [video tutorial].


Optimizing and securing a WEBDEV site or webservice on a WEBDEV Application Server is easy and flexible. You can use the options and features provided by WEBDEV to enhance the performance and reliability of your web application. How to use and benefit from the WEBDEV Application Server features?




As you have seen, the WEBDEV Application Server offers many features that can help you create, deploy, manage, and optimize your WEBDEV sites and webservices. These features are designed to make your web development easier, faster, and more efficient. In this section, we will briefly introduce some of the most useful and popular features of the WEBDEV Application Server and how you can use and benefit from them.


Automatic updates




The automatic updates feature allows you to update your sites and webservices on the WEBDEV Application Server without any manual intervention. You can enable this feature from the WEBDEV Application Server configuration or from the WEBDEV site or webservice configuration. When this feature is enabled, the WEBDEV Application Server will automatically check for new versions of your sites and webservices on a regular basis (every hour by default) and install them if available. This way, you can ensure that your web application is always up to date and compatible with the latest changes and improvements.


Version management




The version management feature allows you to keep track of the different versions of your sites and webservices on the WEBDEV Application Server. You can enable this feature from the WEBDEV Application Server configuration or from the WEBDEV site or webservice configuration. When this feature is enabled, the WEBDEV Application Server will automatically create a backup of your sites and webservices every time you update them. You can also manually create a backup at any time using the WEBDEV administrator interface or the WDInst tool. You can then view, restore, or delete the backups using the WEBDEV administrator interface or the WDConfig tool. This way, you can easily revert to a previous version of your web application in case of any problem or mistake.


Rollback




The rollback feature allows you to undo the last update of your sites and webservices on the WEBDEV Application Server. You can enable this feature from the WEBDEV Application Server configuration or from the WEBDEV site or webservice configuration. When this feature is enabled, the WEBDEV Application Server wi


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