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From "Thomas Colin de Verdiere" <tdeverdi...@scort.com>
Subject Re: JNI Connection
Date Fri, 07 Sep 2001 17:00:03 GMT
i'm not very to the latest news

my objectives is to run Tomcat under IIS and to access to 
RequestAdapter and ResponseAdapter.

This for modifiying log particularly processConnection (all the native
methods are written in).
This was not possible under Tomcat 3.2.1 
is this possible under Tomcat 3.3 wtihout rewriting an entire jni
connection handler?

i'll send if necessary PATCH on Monday.

Thanx
Thomas Colin


cmanolache@yahoo.com wrote:
> 
> On Fri, 7 Sep 2001, Thomas Colin de Verdiere wrote:
> 
> > Main things :
> > JNIConnectionHandler include to classes:
> > JNIRequestAdapter
> > JNIResponseAdapter
> >
> > so it's not possible for me to extend JNIConnectionHandler as i want to
> > modify
> > JNIRequest and Response Adapter.
> >
> >
> > Those reported bugs are in Bugzilla :
> > 2353
> > 2384
> >
> > Thomas Colin
> > i did post a patch two month ago tell me if you want me to resubmit it
> 
> Please do so.
> 
> What do you want to do ? The 'right' solution might be to change mod_jk to
> allow you to specify the class/method that will be used ( 'jni port' ).
> Even if you extend JNIEndpoint, the class name is hardcoded in mod_jk
> right now.
> 
> We do plan a major refactoring of jni endpoint ( in j-t-connectors), but
> if the patch is simple enough we can probably do it ( i.e. add
> public/protected or move code so you can extend it ).
> 
> Costin

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