Posts tagged with "jetty"
Lately I was talking with a colleague if it is possible to kickstart a RAP standalone “Hello World” example in less than a coffee break(*). Well it depends… on the content of your local Maven directory and/or your internet connection. To make this happen you should postpone getting your coffee for now. Just go to [...]
A few days ago my fellow Frank wrote about running HTTP/REST Integration Tests efficiently in Eclipse. Today I want to show you how to embed those tests in a headless build using Eclipse Tycho. Embedding restfuse in a build is as simple as embedding plain JUnit tests. But when trying to start an OSGi server [...]
As you might know from previous posts, most of my work time has something to do with the development of REST based systems. The systems we develop are mostly written in Java. To ensure that a system works, we have a step in our continuous integration process that executes integration tests before automated deployment is [...]
In this blog post I describe how to set up a cluster node with an embedded Jetty Server inside Equinox. Basically I followed the instructions available at the Jetty Wiki page Session Clustering Using a Database . There are two Jetty configuration files involved: /etc/jetty.xml defining a JDBCSessionIdManager /WEB-INF/jetty-web.xml defining a JDBCSessionManager The main jetty.xml [...]
Hi, We’d like to know more about RAP in the wild. Please take a moment and answer the question that follows below. We will publish the results of this anonymous poll later on this blog, and we’ll use them to influence the direction of the research work of the Sovereign project. Thanks for your time. [...]
Today I want to talk about one of the younger members in the Eclipse family: Jetty. It is great to have such an interesting project on board and it is yet another example of how Eclipse has become more than just an IDE. What I wanted to with jetty was to create an executable, standalone [...]