archive_server(33) Language: English Archive Server

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name		archive_server
section		33
description Archive Server
tags		programs java mazentral archive_server doczip
encoding	utf8
compliance	public
lang		en
creation	2014/10/05 14:52:28
download	main
ddescr Archive Server
dsize		1920
dchck		2014/08/18 17:08:22
dchcksm		c1debeecdb147e398be776ee78059d520a9ea8f2c62aa87a68760f1200d3b035
copyright	Copyright (c) 2013
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-------------------------------------------------------------------[ License ]--

This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program. If not, see <url(>.

On Debian systems, the license is located at `/usr/share/common-licenses/GPL-3`.
Otherwise, please check `LICENSE.txt` or if using d5man(32) goto web/gpl(31).

---------------------------------------------------------------------[ About ]--

The Archive Server allows you to start a simple HTTP server which
reads all data directly from an archive file in ZIP format. The ``SIMPLE''
HTTP-Server is used to serve data which is directly read from the archive

This program was especially designed to be integrated in Ma_Zentral DVDs to make
HTML-Documentation (e.g. IAL) available using as little disk space as
possible. IAL could be compressed from 987 MiB to 336 MiB with
ZIP-Compression freeing more than 600 MiB of space on a Ma_Zentral DVD.

The Archive Server is therefore not designed to be used as an arbitary
server for online-purposes but should rather run on local machines behind
firewalls (i.e. in intranets) only.

---------------------------------------------------------------------[ Usage ]--

Ma_Zentral Plugin
	`$ java -cp CLASSPATH ma.zentral.Main`
	and add a new Plugin Panel with class

Standalone Application with Ma_Zentral in Classpath
	`$ java -cp CLASSPATH ma.archive.server.ArchiveServerMaZentral`

Standalone Application (Terminal only)
	`$ java -cp CLASSPATH ma.archive.server.Main ARCHIVE PORT`

----------------------------------------------------------------[ Parameters ]--

	Should be set to contain all libraries below `lib/`.
	When using anything related to Ma_Zentral you will need to have
	Ma_Zentral 11 and Tools 2.0 in the classpath as well.

	May be any zip or (non-solid) 7z archive you want to read data from.
	7z-support has been dropped in Version

	A port for the server to listen. Defaults to 50081 for the standalone
	console application and 1164 for the Ma_Zentral version.

------------------------------------------------------------------[ Makefile ]--

The makefile is designed to only work on the system it was created on. To use it
on other systems, some changes have to be done to the variables section
depending on the environment. With the necessary programs (Ma_Zentral 11, Tools
2.1 and the JARs below `lib/`) in your classpath, you should be able to compile
and run the Archive Server via simple `javac` and `java` commands. A
compiled bytecode-version is distributed together with the sourcecode which
means that a JDK is not necessary to run the program.

-------------------------------------------------------[ Miscellaneous notes ]--

Java Squashfs
 * url(

Java HTTP servers
 * url(
 * url(
 * SEL url(
 * PRESEL url(
 * url(

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