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Re: [jetty-users] Multiple Web Applications with the maven jetty plugin

Hey Thomas,
I've found this docu, but there is now documentation on how to run multiple webapps.
And the simple cases don't work for me ;-(

For the example "Running a Pre-assembled WAR with mvn jetty:deploy-war" I get the following error:

2011-03-02 10:42:14.118:WARN::FAILED java.lang.IllegalStateException: No LoginService for in

I've a Integartiontest project with some integrationtests which need one webApp to run on port 8080.
Another one witch need >1 webApps to run on port 8080. And one more, that should have webapps on port 8080 and some other webApps on port 8090.

With the "old" maven-jetty-plugin the firts two useCases are no problem. with                
it seems to be not so easy anymore ,-(


2011/3/2 Thomas Becker <tbecker@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Hi Fredy,

jetty got an eclipse project a while ago. That's why you'll find all recent jetty documentation at eclipse. The one you're searching for is here:

I like the jetty-maven-plugin a lot. Have fun.


On 02/03/2011 10:23, SoftwareEngineering Hauschel wrote:

Hi List, hope i'm right here!

I've found the how to for maven-jetty-plugin:6.1.7 here:

No I'm searching for the how to to do this with "jetty-maven-plugin" 7 or 8?

I have not found anything about this and I'm a little bit confused!


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