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Re: [jetty-users] Help with embedding jWebSocket in Jetty


You do know that jetty supports websocket already, right?

Here's the link to some doco: http://wiki.eclipse.org/Jetty/Feature/WebSockets


On 17 August 2012 11:12, Casey Jordan <casey.jordan@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello!
> We have used this wonderful server in our projects for a few years now and
> it has been great. Unfortunatly we don't have any Jetty experts on our team,
> and we have finally run into a task which has stymied us: Getting the
> jWebSocket server, http://jwebsocket.org, working inside Jetty. It seems
> people have done this, and they have a tutorial for Tomcat, however I have
> tried for a few months to get help from their team without getting much
> feedback.
> I am hoping that someone in the Jetty community would be willing to give me
> some guidance? I have a suspicion this is a trivial task but my lack of
> experience with Jetty is making it complicated for me.
> Thanks,
> Casey
> PS: We are using Jetty 8 embedded with eXist-db.
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