|Re: How to add "pre-installed" plugins? [message #880249 is a reply to message #878068]
||Fri, 01 June 2012 13:53
| Leo R
Registered: August 2011
In case you still want to deploy something that would otherwise conflict with the same-origin policy,|
this is a description on how to provide a separate bundle that runs in the same domain as Orion does.
(Everything just as far as I understand it. Maybe there is a better way)
For that you need to modify the server.configurator bundle.
Its plugin.xml defines which bundle's folder gets loaded to what url path.
Of course, if you want to load your plugin at startup you would still have to modify the defaults.pref.
Let's say you have the following bundle structure
com.corp.myplugin (bundle id equals project root name)
|_ html,js files
In the server.configurator bundle you need to add some configuration code to its plugin.xml.
First you have to add an addtional httpcontext to the httpcontexts extension:
... other httpcontexts ...
And finally you need to define to which path the http context is supposed to be delivered
On the next restart the embedded Jetty Server should deploy the content of your plugin's web folder to
[Updated on: Fri, 01 June 2012 13:55]
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