On Jun 19, 2009, at 9:18 PM, Ivan wrote:
Currently, what I can see are
1. Recover those configurations that we used for Tomcat in the server.xml
For connectors, I may have done most of this in my work for (3).... could use some checking. I'd also like to see if I can make the tomcat connectors use our thread pool -- a new feature I've wanted for years :-)
2. Update the console codes, and decide whether we need to keep the functions like add/remove connectors. If keep, the way we do it is to add/remove ConnectorGBean or to marshall/remarshall server.xml.
3. Make those settings in the server.xml not hardcoded.
I implemented this here, not sure if I'll get it committed today or tomorrow
4. Recover those GBeans that console/other components used, such as AccessLogValve etc.
Maybe the AccessLogValve can fish its valve out of the server like the engine gbean now does?
I would like to work at parts of them, if we have decided to import this feature in 2.2. And I suggest that we open a JIRA for each of them, so that we could track them clearly.
2009/6/20 David Jencks <firstname.lastname@example.org>
After fixing the HostGBean in web app plan problem I don't have a very clear idea of what's missing here. If one of you do could you please list in detail what needs to be done?
On Jun 19, 2009, at 8:51 AM, Ivan wrote:
It is easy to add the SSL connector, the things that Jack concens is that, how do the changes affect other components, I think.
2009/6/19 Kevan Miller <email@example.com>
If it's *hard* to add the SSL connector configuration, then something is clearly wrong. Personally, I'd be pretty interested in seeing this type of support in 2.2. The more Tomcat apps/configurations that just run on Geronimo, the better off we are...
On Jun 19, 2009, at 2:31 AM, Jack Cai wrote:
Looks like this is going be a piece of non-trivial work. Considering that we are going for a 2.2 release, should we re-evaluate whether this feature should be in 2.2? My gut feeling is no. We should really stablize the code and resovle TCK issues.