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From "Sergey Beryozkin (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (CXF-5582) Enhance CXF LogBrowser to receive Log events in real time via WebSocket
Date Mon, 03 Mar 2014 14:15:21 GMT


Sergey Beryozkin commented on CXF-5582:


I think that if we talk about GSOC, then mastering GWT + WebSockets + Apache CXF can be a
big task consuming most of the project's limited time, something that the previous experience
shows;  thus I'm concerned that it might be a bit early for us to engage in this project as
part of GSOC.

Note I've no idea myself how GWT works nor how it supports Web Sockets; besides, the work
for supporting the server-side Web Sockets in CXF has only started. Therefore a contributor
would be expected to actually drive the project with the ideas on how CXF Log Browser can
be realistically enhanced to support the receiving of the events and how to integrate the
Web Sockets into the UI under the hood, with the minimum supervision, realistically we'd only
support with the fixes at the CXF Server Web Socket integration layer if that will be needed.

I don't want to discourage you; the fact you've had the experience with Jaggery is good. But
I'm concerned that it may be a bit early and the last thing I want is to get the contributors

If you're really enthusiastic, then I'd like to suggest you run a CXF LogBrowser demo in the
distribution, get it fixed if it does not work, and suggest your ideas on how you may want
to enhance it. I will support you as a mentor if you do get back with the ideas which do not
need to be final or perfect, but I'd like to see some basic ideas on how to get the Browser
enhanced and what might need to be done in the GWT code for it to happen, this will give the
confidence to both of us that we can get the project done in time.

Note if you agree that may be it will be better off postponed a bit then let me assure that
if your interest remains and you will return prepared then I will find a Log browser related
project that you will be able to work upon as part of the future GSOC,

So it is up to you, thanks, Sergey

> Enhance CXF LogBrowser to receive Log events in real time via WebSocket 
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: CXF-5582
>                 URL:
>             Project: CXF
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: Management
>            Reporter: Sergey Beryozkin
>              Labels: gsoc2014
> CXF Log Browser is GWT based and can be used to monitor log events on per-endpoint basis.
> The user registers CXF endpoints in the left-side pane and can see the per-endpoint specific
log events in the right pane, but the user can only get these events by initiating the browser
to poll the endpoints, by pressing "Refresh" button.
> The browser should be able to receive real-time log notifications via Web Socket and
show them to the user.

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