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[jetty-users] jetty 7 websocket debug
- From: Peter Bridge <peter_bridge@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 25 Jan 2010 21:49:00 +0100
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I'm looking at getting GWT to interface to the Jetty websocket
I'd like to know if I can get jetty to generate some debug output for
I've had a sniffer running and I see a websocket request hit jetty, but
then it seems to vanish, I only get the tcp ACK back. Also I'd like
some details on the correct ws url I should use. Lets say my servlet is
deployed in a subfolder of webapps called wstest and my servlet is url
filtering for /echotest. Is the following going to be sufficient?
I saw some discussion that connections would fail if this is not exactly
matching what jetty is expecting. From the blog entry I saw the simple
replace http: with ws: example, but in my case this wont work since the
GWT is being served from a page with a big long gwt type url.
Anyway I'm sure if I can get some debug out of jetty I should be able to
get a bit further. Thanks in advance!