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From Sergey Beryozkin <>
Subject Re: Inject attribute into Apache CXF servlet
Date Sun, 01 Sep 2013 17:06:40 GMT
On 31/08/13 21:35, Jana Weschenfelder wrote:
> Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
> I have a problem and maybe someone can help me here:
> The problem is described in the forum of Spring. It cost me 3 days of my
> time already and I am really stuck now...
> I am working with a JAR file and not with a WAR file.
> I would like to use the ServletContextAware interface to get a
> ServletContext, but it would only work with the ContextLoaderListener as
> far as I have found out. But ContextLoaderListener is from Spring (like
> ServletContextAware), as the classpath
> "org.springframework.web.context.ContextLoaderListener" says and the
> ServletContextHandler is from Eclipse as the classpath
> "org.eclipse.jetty.servlet.ServletContextHandler" tells, while the
> CXFServlet uses Apache CXF classes
> ("org.apache.cxf.transport.servlet.CXFServlet"). I think that might be the
> problem, because 3 institutions are involved here. I do not know know how
> much compatible all three are, since I have not found a documentation for
> such a case. Every institutions only describes its part in the main, but
> not a combination of all three together.
> Have you an idea how I can pass an attribute (Spring bean) from Spring
> over Jetty to Apache CXF? Any help is highly appreciated. I tried already
> many, many ways, but the ServletContext is null then.

I'm sorry but at the moment I'm not sure what exactly needs to be done.

Can you try and come up with the similar but a simpler test project so 
that we can see what are you trying to achieve ?

Cheers, Sergey

> Many thanks,
> Jana Weschenfelder

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