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From Wolfram Huesken <...@wolframite.net>
Subject Re: Deploying hawt.io to spring-boot-web's jetty
Date Tue, 01 Mar 2016 05:54:47 GMT
Hello Sashika,

thanks for the hint! I added hawtio-embedded to my dependencies
('io.hawt:hawtio-embedded:1.4.61') and tried to start it, but now I have
two new problems :D

1. To not clutter my main method, I wanted to bootstrap hawt.io in
"beforeApplicationStart":
    @Bean
    CamelContextConfiguration contextConfiguration() {
        return camelContext -> {
            Main main = new Main();
            main.setWar(System.getProperty("user.home") +
            "/.scruffy/hawtio/hawtio.war");

            try {
                main.run();
            } catch (Exception ex) {
                logger.error("hawt.io startup failed", ex);
            }
        };
    }

This bean is never called. Neither System.out.println nor debug
breakpoints work. So just to make some progress I added it to the main
method, which brought me the 2nd problem

2. Hawt.io has slf4j-simple as dependency, which collides with the
logback dependency from spring. I tried to exclude it in my gradle build
file, so my program starts up again, but hawt.io doesn't work, because
it really depends on some code in slf4j-simple, not only on the API. 

I consider this a problem of hawt.io, so I will ask in their forum. 

Thanks for bringing me a step ahead, Sashika. The first problem is not
really serious, but I'd like to know why it doesn't work anymore, I'm
pretty sure it worked last time I used it. I'm using spring-boot 1.33
Release. 

Best Regards
Wolfram

> 
> On Tue, Mar 1, 2016, at 03:55 AM, Sashika wrote:
> > This is all I wanted to run Hawt.io embedded
> > org.apache.camel.Main main = new org.apache.camel.Main();
> > main.enableHangupSupport(); main.addRouteBuilder(new MyRouteBuilder());
> > main.start(); System.out.println(“Camel starting”); Main hawtMain = new
> > Main();
> > hawtMain.setWarLocation(“C:\\Users\\******\\hawtio-283166409961293896.war”);
> > hawtMain.run();
> > Once you run this hawtio will be available through the default port(8080)
> > 
> > 
> > On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 7:56 AM, Wolfram Huesken < woh@wolframite.net >
> > wrote:
> > I know that I can run it standalone, my goal is to run it embedded in a
> > camel application. Maybe have a Spring bean for configuration or
> > something like this. This should be pretty common to do this...
> > 
> > On Mon, Feb 29, 2016, at 05:48 PM, jgoggins wrote:
> > > The easiest way I found was to download jolokia-jvm-1.3.3-agent.jar from
> > > https://jolokia.org/download. html
> > >
> > > Download hawtio jar from
> > > https://oss.sonatype.org/ content/repositories/public/
> > io/hawt/hawtio-app/1.4.61/ hawtio-app-1.4.61.jar
> > >
> > > Run the following command to start hawtio
> > > java -jar hawtio-app-1.4.61.jar -port 8090
> > >
> > > ## IntelliJ params
> > > ##
> > > ## VM Option -javaagent:C:/hawtio/jolokia- jvm-1.3.3-agent.jar
> > > ## Program Args -javaagent:agent.jar=port= 7777,host=localhost
> > >
> > > Run the app..
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > --
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> > spring-boot-web-s-jetty- tp5778435p5778447.html
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