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From Yiannis Mavroukakis <yian...@jaguarfreight.com>
Subject Re: Embedded Tomcat and application communication
Date Tue, 23 Jan 2007 10:29:20 GMT
Oh no, I mean the exact opposite :)


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| Application	|
|		|
|---------------|
|Embedded TC	|
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The application I am writing this for is a server daemon which has a cli
that enables the user to issue commands to it once it's up and running.
What I want, is to use Tomcat to serve a page that will present the user
with a friendlier way to issue these commands to the app. Since there is
no ready way for embedded Tomcat to "communicate" with the host
application that launched it, I assume that the best way is to do this
via localhost RMI calls from Tomcat to the host application


Y.

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> Yiannis,
> 
> Yiannis Mavroukakis wrote:
> > The scenario is a server daemon that has a cli for runtime 
> > configuration and status.
> 
> Oh, so you want to be able to reconfigure Tomcat remotely. I assume that
> you are talking about more interesting things than can be done with the
> Tomcat Manager application.
> 
> > I intend to use embedded tomcat to replace/augment that cli and I
> > have actually done so succesfully, using RMI but I was wondering
> > whether there was some other solution that allows Tomcat to
> > communicate with the application it's embedded into.
> 
> You're reached the limit of my knowledge regarding Tomcat configuration
> capabilities. I've never embedded it or another like that.
> 
> - -chris
> 


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