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Jetty ships with a bundle of servlets that interact with the key classes. Most are in the org.eclipse.jetty.servlets package. These servlets and filters are among the principle elements of Jetty as a component-based infrastructure that holds and runs J2EE applications. As described, they play a major role in running and maintaining the Jetty server.
Also included are a number of Jetty specific handlers that allow access to internals of jetty that would not normally be exposed and are very useful testing environments and many production scenarios.
The DefaultServlet implements the ResourceFactory interface and extends the HttpServlet abstract class. It is usually mapped to / and provides handling for static content, OPTION and TRACE methods for the context. The MOVE method is allowed if PUT and DELETE are allowed. See DefaultServlet javadoc.
Jetty supports the following initParameters: