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Re: [jetty-users] Migrating to Jetty 9

Some of the big changes in Jetty 9 that might be hurting you...

Connectors overhaul.  It is configured differently now.

There are no longer separate Connectors.

There is a ServerConnector with a host / port / idleTimeout, with ConnectionFactory implementations declared underneath it.

Examples (all found in the jetty-distribution):
Many concepts that used to be configured on the Connectors are now part of the HttpConfiguration object.

Those are the biggest changes.
Now, what specifically is causing you problems?

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On Mon, Apr 8, 2013 at 9:56 AM, Thomas Becker <tbecker@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi Marty,

could you please describe where you think the documentation doesn't match the current code? Or describe which problems you actually have? That way we can start fixing the documentation.

Regarding an example jetty.xml, the distribution comes with a set of working config files. Including a jetty.xml. So I'm not quite sure what you're looking for?!

Cheers,
Thomas

Am 4/8/13 5:13 PM, schrieb Marty Stich:

I'm trying to migrate my existing application to Jetty 9 and having a bear of a time trying to migrate my jetty.xml file.

It appears the documentation is not be up to date relative to the code.  Can anyone point me to some exemplar jetty.xml files which work with version 9?

I can post my configuration file it that would be helpful.

Regards,

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