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Re: [jetty-users] Jetty7 Not Found Error (404) + WTP Adaptor for Jetty >7

Hi Hugues ,

Thank a lot for your answer.

2010/9/16 Hugues Malphettes <hmalphettes@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Hi Angelo,

Sorry we took so long to answer.

No problem:)
We were actually looking if we had such a project started somewhere.
It turns out that the best we have is the remnant of Jetty6 which was
based on the Generic Adapter.
As you mentioned this has all kinds of shortcomings and really is not
worth picking up.

Yes, I'm trying to create WTP Adaptor like Tomcat Adaptor (NOT Generic Server). 

We would definitely like to team-up with you developing the adapter
and find the best home for it once it goes far enough.
Jesse who is on the project management committee of eclipseRT for
Jetty will follow-up on where would be the best for us to develop this
if you are OK to contribute this to the eclipse community eventually.



On Tue, Sep 14, 2010 at 1:09 AM, Angelo zerr <angelo.zerr@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Jetty Team,
> I would like use WebSocket with Jetty 7 for my articles "OSGi Equinox in a
> Servlet Container"
> at
> For the moment I'm using Tomcat which host Equinox. Now I would like add
> WebSocket support to observe the OSGi bundles starting/stoping. Tomcat
> doesn't support WebSocket so I decided to try teh Jetty7/WebSocket support.
> I post to this forum to tell you 2 things :
> 1) I'm newbee with Jetty and I can use the test webapp with Jetty7 or
> Jetty8. For any pages (html) I have "Not Found error). I'm in Window XP:
>   1.1)  I have downloaded ZIP "stable-7"
> ( and 8.0.0.M1
>   1.2) I have unzipped Jetty7/8 distribution.
>   1.3) I have do the command : "java -jar start.jar"
>   1.4) Jetty start corretly (just some errors with Jetty7 because of
> test-atmosphere.xml  which it use org.mortbay.jetty.* packages. Here my
> trace with Jetty8:
> D:\Server\jetty-distribution-8.0.0.M1>java -jar start.jar
> 2010-09-14 09:53:43.046:INFO::jetty-8.0.0.M1
> 2010-09-14 09:53:43.062:INFO::Deployment monitor
> D:\Server\jetty-distribution-8.
> 0.0.M1\contexts at interval 5
> 2010-09-14 09:53:43.062:INFO::Deployable added:
> D:\Server\jetty-distribution-8.0
> .0.M1\contexts\test.xml
> 2010-09-14 09:53:43.109:INFO::Extract
> jar:file:/D:/Server/jetty-distribution-8.0
> .0.M1/webapps/test.war!/ to C:\Documents and Settings\ANZER69N\Local
> Settings\Te
> mp\Jetty_0_0_0_0_8080_test.war____.hcx133\webapp
> 2010-09-14 09:53:43.406:INFO::NO JSP Support for /, did not find
> org.apache.jasp
> er.servlet.JspServlet
> 2010-09-14
> 09:53:43.828:INFO:org.eclipse.jetty.servlets.TransparentProxy:Transpa
> rentProxy @ /javadoc to
> 2010-09-14 09:53:43.843:INFO::Deployment monitor
> D:\Server\jetty-distribution-8.
> 0.0.M1\webapps at interval 5
> 2010-09-14 09:53:43.843:INFO::Started SelectChannelConnector@
> It seems that there are no problems. But when I go at
> http://localhost:8080/test/index.html I have
> --------------------
> Not Found ERROR
> custom 404 page
> --------------------
> I have checked teh "C:\Documents and Settings\ANZER69N\Local Settings\Te
> mp\Jetty_0_0_0_0_8080_test.war____.hcx133\webapp" folder and I have teh
> test.war deployed (index.html...).
> Coudl you help me to fix this problem? Thank a lot.
> 2) I have modified the WTP Adaptor from
> (which manage Jetty6) to support Jetty7. I can start/stop Jetty7 but I have
> the same errors than explained below. If you are interested I could send you
> my (little) modiifcation. But I think it should be better creating from
> scratch this WTP Adaptor (like Tomcat) to manage for instance WTP External
> WEB Modules.
> Thank a lot for your help.
> Regards Angelo
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