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From Pier Fumagalli <p...@betaversion.org>
Subject Re: Cocoon + Jetty as Win32 service
Date Sat, 08 Mar 2003 17:44:01 GMT
On 8/3/03 16:04, "Leszek Gawron" <ouzo@vip.net.pl> wrote:

> On sob, mar 08, 2003 at 05:02:08 +0100, Leszek Gawron wrote:
>> Jetty on its own can be run as win32 service using this command (taken from
>> jetty readme):
>> 
>> %JETTY_HOME%\bin\JavaService -install "Jetty Java HTTP Server"
>> %%JAVA_VM%\jvm.dll -Djava.class.path=%CLASSPATH% -start
>> %org.mortbay.jetty.win32.Service -params ./etc/jetty.xml -stop
>> %org.mortbay.jetty.win32.Service -method stopAndDestroy -out
>> %./logs/jettysvc.out -err ./logs/jettysvc.err -current %JETTY_HOME%
>> 
>> Now I see that cocoon.bat uses a custom Loader class to setup classpath and
>> run Jetty server.
>> 
>> The question is: how can I run Jetty as service using the same mechanism as
>> provided in cocoon.bat?
> Forgot about the reason writing to cocoon-dev instead of cocoon-users:
> 
> I think one cannot use the Loader class and install Jetty as service because
> no start/stop method may be provided. Could Loader class be extended to
> provide methods to explicitly start/stop the servlet container ?
> ouzo

Simple, do not use the Cocoon loaded but deploy the Cocoon web-application
in a fresh install of Jetty. Again, the Jetty we ship with Cocoon is not the
"Jetty Jetty" thing! :-) Do as you would do with Tomcat, ESPECIALLY if you
use JDK-1.4...

    Pier


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