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From "Sander A. Smith" <smit...@sericontech.com>
Subject Embedded Tomcat - adding Connectors on the fly
Date Tue, 26 Apr 2005 20:22:21 GMT
I have a copy of Tomcat embedded inside my application, and it runs 
great. During the processing, I'd like to open another port to service 
requests on. The documentation on the Embedded object states:

"After normal operations have begun, you can add and remove 
Connectors, Engines, Hosts, and Contexts on the fly."

Great, that's exactly what I want to do. However, I'm finding that if 
I try to add a new Connector to my Embedded object, I still can't 
connect on that port. Here's my code:


  CoyoteConnector connector = (CoyoteConnector)embedded.createConnector
((InetAddress)null,
                                                                       
 newPort, 
                                                                       
 false); 

  // not sure why/if these are necessary
  // I don't call these when I set up the initial port to listen on
  connector.initialize();
  connector.start();

  embedded.addConnector(connector);

I after running this code I call embedded.findConnectors(), my new 
connector shows up in the isAvailable state. However, I can't connect 
on the new port.

Any ideas on what could be going wrong? I'm running Tomcat 5.0.28.

Sander Smith

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Sander A. Smith
President

Sericon Technology Inc.
71 Marquette Ave.
Toronto, Ontario M6A 1X8
(416)781-3988

www.sericontech.com

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