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From "Brill Pappin" <brill.pap...@jmonkey.com>
Subject Re: looking for...
Date Wed, 23 Feb 2000 00:42:32 GMT
Yes, I was thinking that I might be able to hack Tomcat a little and get it
to do what I need, I was worried about artefacts though, seeing as Tomcat is
a larger application. Anyway, I was doing that very thing when this message
came in :)

Yes, the servlet API is HTTP specific... but it shouldn't be, at least not
the generic portion... that's what the http package is for after all. Anyway
its a good API and if I can work around the HTTP specific stuff, I can use
it... and using tomcat as the "parent" app might be good, because eventually
it will be fast. stable and secure... (not to mention well known and
trusted) it also means that I don't have to distribute the whole
application, but plugins to Tomcat.

We'll see how it goes...

- Brill Pappin

----- Original Message -----
From: <costin@eng.sun.com>
To: <tomcat-dev@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Tuesday, February 22, 2000 7:34 PM
Subject: Re: looking for...


> > I'm looking for a lite *non-http based* servlet engine...
> > I want to implement several services (known and new) that do not use
HTTP
> > (in other words, I don't want any filtering of the requests)... so this
> > engine should be at least open source or something like it.
> >
> > A simple engine that I can hack would also do...
>
> Try tomcat.. Just create a connector, it'll fill a
> RequestImpl/ResponseImpl with whatever you need.
>
> Be carefull - it's important to think a lot before going that route, the
> servlet API _is_ http specific, but if you can map to Request/Response it
> might be an interesting hack.
>
>
> Costin
>
>
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