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Re: [jetty-users] I need to apply the working configuration for Tomcat into Jetty as part of Eclipse Indigo

For me, the issue is that I can't piece together what you're asking for really.

I see you mentioning some classes from jetty6, which I think was used
in indigo, more recent eclipse versions have released with jetty8.
Bit then jetty powered the help system in eclipse and I believe there
are some equinox integrations in there for running some other webapps
but that is really more of an equinox question then a jetty question.

You are also referencing something called a context.xml which we have
a concept of in jetty but it is not analogous to tomcat which is what
you seem to be saying works there...tomcat has no concept akin to the
context configuration we have in jetty that I am aware of.

so I really can't see what your trying to do at all, sorry...I _think_
your trying to tap into the customized jetty instance that is
installed in eclipse in which case I would recommend talking to those
guys as they might be able to help you out?


jesse mcconnell

On Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 1:37 PM, Rob Silver <rss245@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I am not sure this email is actually getting through could someone respond
> to this email for me- I am responding here so that should do the trick but
> certainly this issue is addressed somewhere on's web site???
> Isn't this most typical. Jetty is a less known java servlet container and
> its configuration less know. I have a working Tomcat context.xml file and
> all I want to do is use it within eclipse / Jetty plugin environment.
> Funny thing is I can not seem to find any Jetty.xml files on my eclipse/
> jetty workstation.
> On Fri, Nov 9, 2012 at 11:21 PM, Rob Silver <rss245@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I have Eclipse Indigo  IDE.  Everything is working.
>> What I need to do is take my IDE setup and understand what steps
>> to take to use a working context.xml file currently working in Tomcat
>> 7.029.   It contains a Microsoft Database connector.
>> I have heard about the Jetty plugin used for development
>> In fact the GWT webapp I develop runs in that environment but I
>> now have to un-comment/comment and compile  code back and
>> forth - Not so nice. What want to do is use what I believe is called:
>> "jetty context deployer"
>> since the database connector working now in
>> the same tomcat webapps/myProject/WEB-INF folder that
>> my webapp's web.xml file resides runs fine in Tomcat.
>> I want to make that file or an equivalent for Jetty work.
>> I hope this mailing list can be of help in this regard. Let me know what
>> else I can provide. There is not a log of intelligible documentation on
>> this.
>> e.g  Here is a Tomcat war file , here is the equivalent for configuration
>> for I believe Eclipse Indigo uses an embeded plugin for Jetty and not an
>> actual server as I see no such server in my process/ task manager when I
>> run. e.g no jetty  process appears  so I think that is correct.
>> Please advise how this can be accomplished ?? Any detailed documentation
>> can only be helpful so long as it is relevant!!!!
>> Thank you in advance....
>> Additional background I have had errors that include:
>> org.mortbay.jetty.servlet.ServletHolder.handle(
>>  at
>> org.mortbay.jetty.servlet.ServletHandler.handle(
>>  ::::
>> In the past
>> The exact version of Eclipse I run is :
>> Eclipse Java EE IDE for Web Developers.
>> Version: Indigo Service Release 2
>> Build id: 20120216-1857
>> Also if someone can tell me what the difference is between Java EE Hellios
>> and Indigo versions please help me understand the differences especially if
>> it turns out  I can not use the
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