|Re: Usability and architecture questions [message #131450 is a reply to message #130922]
||Tue, 05 May 2009 14:39
| Rüdiger Herrmann
Registered: July 2009
> Hi all,
> I have done my first application based on RAP and it looks really good. :-)
> How many applications in production use RAP?
That is hard to tell with an open-source projects. Apart from those
that EclipseSource is involved with as a service supplier, I know
> Now I am thinking about how to realize the following things:
> -How to deploy this application into e.g. Tomcat. I saw a video describing
> but I think I need to know how:
> -How to use e.g. basic authentication for applying a security and how to
> propagate an information about logged user
> further into the application code. And how to prevent that some other
> users don't call these servlets and not manipulate with
> server side objects or can't cause any hacks or problems.
this has been discussed before, please search this group for
"authentication", "JAAS", "login" etc.
> Can somebody tell me a little bit about the internals of communication
> between web browser and RAP server?
> Or point to me some parts of code where I can learn more? What is a
> mechanism and format of messages for sending event's back and forth server
> and client.
the custom widget tutorial reveals some information:
you can study one of the many LCA classes, e.g. start with SliderLCA
again, you should also be able to find information about this in
> One more observation.
> When application was running for longer time IE wrote me that it's going
> slowly and displayed a window if to close or leave opened this running RAP
> application in a browser. Don't you know where might be a problem?
IE shows a message when the time for executing a consecutive piece
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