|Minimum requirements for Jetty JSP Support in Plug-In Application? [message #1314946]
||Fri, 25 April 2014 18:03
| Andrew Stoneberg
Registered: April 2014
Please correct me if I am wrong, but from my understanding, Eclipse uses Jetty "under the hood" to provide HTTP support in Equinox.|
I am developing a PDE application that leverages Eclipse SDK 4.3.2. In looking at the jetty documentation, there are a bunch of jars listed that I am not using/including (h t t p : / / www.eclipse.org/jetty/documentation/current/framework-jetty-osgi.html). However, I am able to get a valid HttpService, load servlets, etc etc.
Now, I am having some issues with JSP support. Again, the Jetty doc specifically has a section dealing with this, but refers to jars I am not including.
For instance, if I include jetty.osgi.boot.jar, as documentation outlines, suddenly I need to define a jetty.home directory. I am imagining this is already done/defaulting with what Eclipse is leveraging. Furthermore, it wants me to specify a jetty.port - which is different than the org.osgi.service.http.port I am already specifying (trying to set the the same, not surprisingly, results in a 'Port is use' error).
Can someone please set me straight? How is the Eclipse implementation functional when it drastically different from what the Jetty documentation outlines?
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