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From Willem Jiang <>
Subject Re: Deploying as web app with jetty endpoint
Date Thu, 15 Apr 2010 06:29:00 GMT
jfaath wrote:
> I should note that by turning the
> com.sun.jersey.spi.spring.container.servlet.SpringServlet into a servlet
> instead of a filter, I can start up Tomcat without error.  However, when I
> try to access a page I get this error:
> java.lang.IllegalStateException: No WebApplicationContext found: no
> ContextLoaderListener registered?
> Is there any way to pass the WebApplicationContext created by the camel
> servlet component to jersey's SpringServlet?

Oh, you want to the camel servlet component be managed by camel web console.
After go through the SpringServlet code I think you set the CamelRoute 
configure location into the SpringServlet's  init-param just like 
CamelHttpTransportServlet does, then you can add the 
ContextLoaderListener as usual.

> jfaath wrote:
>> That seems to finally work...providing I remove the "Jersey Filter" that
>> is used by the web console.  This effectively breaks the Camel web
>> console, so as of now it appears the two are incompatible.
>> willem.jiang wrote:
>>> Oh, you should not use the ContextLoaderLister to load the camel route.
>>> There is a contextConfigLocation parameter that you can pass to the 
>>> CamelHttpTransportServlet to load the camel route.
>>> You can find the example here
>>> Willem
>>> jfaath wrote:
>>>> I played around with this by removing everything below the
>>>> ContextLoaderListener listener.  I still get the same error.  As a rule,
>>>> it
>>>> seems that Tomcat always loads listeners before servlets.
>>>> What exactly is the expected behavior of the bootstrap process in the
>>>> servlet container?  What is the contextConfigLocation parameter supposed
>>>> to
>>>> do?
>>>> Is there a sample of using this component in an actual servlet
>>>> container?
>>>> willem.jiang wrote:
>>>>> Hi,
>>>>> Can you remove the web console part and try again?
>>>>> Maybe there are some side effect of the web console configure.
>>>>> Willem
>>>>> jfaath wrote:
>>>>>> So should I post a JIRA on this?  The servlet component doesn't seem
>>>>>> to
>>>>>> work
>>>>>> in v2.2 when used in the web console.

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