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From "Daga, Harshit" <harshitd...@gatech.edu>
Subject Re: Adding/Exposing a custom module/service as part of the tomcat
Date Thu, 02 Mar 2017 02:22:06 GMT
Hi,

Thanks Christopher for JMX option but it is taking more time.

Use case :
I have two tomcat servers (s1 and s2). I will call a method in s1 server from external source.
On the method invocation s1 contacts s2 and passes on the information (example some in-memory
data stored for the s1 is passed on to s2).

If I use JMX, it is takes time to connect to server1 and fetch the information and then connects
to server2 and update the information.

What I am looking for is to create light service and expose to some port (let say 8100). Now
if I call this service on s1 (from outside) the s1 should connect the s2 and pass on the information.

Kindly provide me some suggestion on how I can do this.


Thanks & Regards,
HD


On February 19, 2017 at 8:50:46 AM, Christopher Schultz (chris@christopherschultz.net<mailto:chris@christopherschultz.net>)
wrote:

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Harshit,

On 2/18/17 8:12 PM, Daga, Harshit wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I want to add a custom service/module as part of the tomcat server
> which should start as part of tomcat startup.
>
> Service : I want to expose a service as part of tomcat startup
> which can store all the active sessions for the application
> running on the server and when I call this service via RMI or HTTP
> (can expose anyhow) I get this information. This service will be
> used by other tomcat servers to know the information. Usage :
> tomcat_1 calls tomcat_2 (on a specific port at which service is
> exposed) for the given end point, let say, getListOfSessions and
> this will return the list.
>
> I want to know suggestion for implementing/exposing/configuring
> such a service/module.
>
> PS : I want to do this as part of tomcat service to keep changes
> transparent of application.

Why not just use the existing JMX beans to get that information? I
don't think you have to write anything new.

- -chris
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