Class PlusDescriptorProcessor

    • Constructor Detail

      • PlusDescriptorProcessor

        public PlusDescriptorProcessor()
    • Method Detail

      • visitEnvEntry

        public void visitEnvEntry​(WebAppContext context,
                                  Descriptor descriptor,
                                  XmlParser.Node node)
                           throws java.lang.Exception
        JavaEE 5.4.1.3
        Parameters:
        context - the context
        descriptor - the descriptor
        node - the xml node
        Throws:
        java.lang.Exception - if unable to process jndi bindings
      • visitResourceRef

        public void visitResourceRef​(WebAppContext context,
                                     Descriptor descriptor,
                                     XmlParser.Node node)
                              throws java.lang.Exception
        Common Annotations Spec section 2.3:

        resource-ref is for:

        • javax.sql.DataSource
        • javax.jms.ConnectionFactory
        • javax.jms.QueueConnectionFactory
        • javax.jms.TopicConnectionFactory
        • javax.mail.Session
        • java.net.URL
        • javax.resource.cci.ConnectionFactory
        • org.omg.CORBA_2_3.ORB
        • any other connection factory defined by a resource adapter
        If web.xml contains a resource-ref with injection targets, all resource-ref entries of the same name are ignored in web fragments. If web.xml does not contain any injection-targets, then they are merged from all the fragments. If web.xml does not contain a resource-ref element of same name, but 2 fragments declare the same name it is an error. resource-ref entries are ONLY for connection factories the resource-ref says how the app will reference the jndi lookup relative to java:comp/env, but it is up to the deployer to map this reference to a real resource in the environment. At the moment, we insist that the jetty.xml file name of the resource has to be exactly the same as the name in web.xml deployment descriptor, but it shouldn't have to be

        Maintenance update 3.0a to spec:

        Update Section 8.2.3.h.ii with the following - If a resource reference element is specified in two fragments, while absent from the main web.xml, and all the attributes and child elements of the resource reference element are identical, the resource reference will be merged into the main web.xml. It is considered an error if a resource reference element has the same name specified in two fragments, while absent from the main web.xml and the attributes and child elements are not identical in the two fragments. For example, if two web fragments declare a <resource-ref> with the same <resource-ref-name> element but the type in one is specified as javax.sql.DataSource while the type in the other is that of a java mail resource, then an error must be reported and the application MUST fail to deploy.

        Parameters:
        context - the context
        descriptor - the descriptor
        node - the xml node
        Throws:
        java.lang.Exception - if unable to bind nodes, or load classes
      • visitResourceEnvRef

        public void visitResourceEnvRef​(WebAppContext context,
                                        Descriptor descriptor,
                                        XmlParser.Node node)
                                 throws java.lang.Exception
        Common Annotations Spec section 2.3:

        resource-env-ref is for:

        • javax.transaction.UserTransaction
        • javax.resource.cci.InteractionSpec
        • anything else that is not a connection factory
        Parameters:
        context - the context
        descriptor - the descriptor
        node - the xml node
        Throws:
        java.lang.Exception - if unable to load classes, or bind jndi entries
      • visitMessageDestinationRef

        public void visitMessageDestinationRef​(WebAppContext context,
                                               Descriptor descriptor,
                                               XmlParser.Node node)
                                        throws java.lang.Exception
        Common Annotations Spec section 2.3:

        message-destination-ref is for:

        • javax.jms.Queue
        • javax.jms.Topic
        Parameters:
        context - the context
        descriptor - the descriptor
        node - the xml node
        Throws:
        java.lang.Exception - if unable to load classes or bind jndi entries
      • visitPostConstruct

        public void visitPostConstruct​(WebAppContext context,
                                       Descriptor descriptor,
                                       XmlParser.Node node)
        If web.xml has at least 1 post-construct, then all post-constructs in fragments are ignored. Otherwise, post-constructs from fragments are merged. post-construct is the name of a class and method to call after all resources have been setup but before the class is put into use
        Parameters:
        context - the context
        descriptor - the descriptor
        node - the xml node
      • visitPreDestroy

        public void visitPreDestroy​(WebAppContext context,
                                    Descriptor descriptor,
                                    XmlParser.Node node)
        pre-destroy is the name of a class and method to call just as the instance is being destroyed
        Parameters:
        context - the context
        descriptor - the descriptor
        node - the xml node
      • addInjections

        public void addInjections​(WebAppContext context,
                                  Descriptor descriptor,
                                  XmlParser.Node node,
                                  java.lang.String jndiName,
                                  java.lang.Class<?> valueClass)
        Iterate over the <injection-target> entries for a node
        Parameters:
        context - the context
        descriptor - the descriptor
        node - the xml node
        jndiName - the jndi name
        valueClass - the value class
      • bindEnvEntry

        public void bindEnvEntry​(java.lang.String name,
                                 java.lang.Object value)
                          throws java.lang.Exception
        Parameters:
        name - the jndi name
        value - the value
        Throws:
        java.lang.Exception - if unable to bind entry
      • bindResourceRef

        public void bindResourceRef​(WebAppContext context,
                                    java.lang.String name,
                                    java.lang.Class<?> typeClass)
                             throws java.lang.Exception
        Bind a resource reference.

        If a resource reference with the same name is in a jetty-env.xml file, it will already have been bound.

        Parameters:
        context - the context
        name - the jndi name
        typeClass - the type class
        Throws:
        java.lang.Exception - if unable to bind resource
      • bindResourceEnvRef

        public void bindResourceEnvRef​(WebAppContext context,
                                       java.lang.String name,
                                       java.lang.Class<?> typeClass)
                                throws java.lang.Exception
        Throws:
        java.lang.Exception
      • bindMessageDestinationRef

        public void bindMessageDestinationRef​(WebAppContext context,
                                              java.lang.String name,
                                              java.lang.Class<?> typeClass)
                                       throws java.lang.Exception
        Throws:
        java.lang.Exception
      • bindEntry

        protected void bindEntry​(WebAppContext context,
                                 java.lang.String name,
                                 java.lang.Class<?> typeClass)
                          throws java.lang.Exception
        Bind a resource with the given name from web.xml of the given type with a jndi resource from either the server or the webapp's naming environment.

        As the servlet spec does not cover the mapping of names in web.xml with names from the execution environment, jetty uses the concept of a Link, which is a subclass of the NamingEntry class. A Link defines a mapping of a name from web.xml with a name from the execution environment (ie either the server or the webapp's naming environment).

        Parameters:
        context - the context
        name - name of the resource from web.xml
        typeClass - the type class
        Throws:
        java.lang.Exception - the exception