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Re: [jetty-users] Upgrading from 8.1.8 to 9.1.0

On 09/10/2013 17:24, Joakim Erdfelt wrote:
/me takes a deep breath ... :)

The XML configuration files you mentioned ...
    jetty-http.xml and jetty-ssl.xml

Are provided, out of the box, by the jetty distribution in Jetty 9.1.
You can find them in ${jetty.home}/etc/ directory.

Yes, I've been looking at them.

Of note is that we have parameterized all of the configurable values in those XMLs.
You can now set the values using simple properties, either on the command line,
or within the ${jetty.base}/start.ini

Ah, that I hadn't yet realised. Using start.ini would be a lot simpler than fiddling with the XML, for sure.

When you activate the module for http or https, the appropriate libraries, and
xml, will automatically be added to start jetty.
Unless you have a highly custom setup (such as listening on 2 different ports,
using SSL on each, each with their own keystore and configuration), you really
should have no need to be mucking around in XML files anymore.

OK, this is good news. Many thanks.
John English

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