|Re: [jetty-users] Enabling annotations per webapp
Using Jetty 2.5.1
The doc at http://www.eclipse.org/jetty/documentation/current/annotations.html says
> Jetty supports the servlet specification annotations. It is not enabled by default,
> so the following sections show you how to enable it, and how to use them
> Quick Setup
> If you are using the standard distribution of Jetty, and want to enable processing of
> annotation for all your webapps, edit the $JETTY_HOME/start.ini file and uncomment
> the following lines...
But later in http://www.eclipse.org/jetty/documentation/current/using-annotations.html it says
> By default, Jetty will scan all classes from WEB-INF/classes, and all jars from WEB-INF/lib
> according to the order, if any, established by absolute or relative ordering clauses in web.xml.
This seems self-contradictory. If I want to use annotations such as @WebServlet, do I need the start.ini file or can annotation scanning be turned on per webapp, and if so, how?
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