|Re: [jetty-users] Eclipse RCP - Jetty WebSocket server|
The websocket classes are in the Maven group
I have an existing Eclipse RCP application.
I would like to interact with it from a browser.
It seems a reasonable solution to use WebSockets.
The site in the browser uses JS to create a WebSocket client.
The RCP application hosts an embedded Jetty WebSocket Server.
Both can then send and listen on their WebSockets.
For now, I’m able to host an embedded Jetty Servlet container. Works fine.
Eclipse Modeling Tools, 2020-03
Including Jetty 9.4.27
Amazon Corretto JDK 8 and 11 (tried both)
I don’t have the packages for WebSocket Server available.
The plugins are not created using Maven.
I don’t see a way to install the required bundles in my Eclipse (and later move them to the RCP’s target platform).
I could download them (with their dependencies) from a central repository, but that feels inappropriate.
- I guess my proposed approach using websockets is ok?
Are there better alternatives?
- Can anyone point me to an example of an Eclipse RCP with Jetty Embedded Websocket Server?
I do have code examples, that is not the problem.
The unavailability of the WebSocket server jars is the issue.
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