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Re: [equinox-dev] Equinox-Jetty-WAR
- From: Simon Kaegi <Simon_Kaegi@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 16 May 2007 17:00:04 -0400
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If you're looking for regular non-OSGi aware WAR support you could go ahead
and use the raw Jetty API to register a WAR file.
This is pretty easy to do if you follow the tutorial at the
jetty.mortbay.org site. We had talked a bit about providing a non-server
specific plugin model of this API however nothing is planned.
If you're looking for more of a WAR / Bundle hybrid where your code could
interact with the OSGi runtime, that's not currently supported in the
Jetty based OSGi Http Service.
Taking a WAR file and producing the equivalent series of bundles and Http
Service mappings is certainly doable although it's a manual process. I'd
definitely be interested in some sort of tool to facilitate migration as at
least the servlet mapping portions feel like they could be automated. I've
done this myself countless times ;)
Also relevant, there's some work on creating a webapp extension point here
This should become active again post 3.3.
equinox-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 05/16/2007 12:51:29 PM:
> Can someone familiar with the Jetty integration tell me whether
> bundles containing WAR files are supported? I know that static
> content, JSP, and servlets are supported. I?d really love to be
> able to drop in the Axis2 war file, but I haven?t found any doc on
> WAR support. Any help or pointers to information/code would be useful!
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