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From "Rob Walker" <r...@softsell.com>
Subject Re: WebServer.java
Date Thu, 15 Aug 2002 06:26:58 GMT
> 
> "Rob Walker" <robw@softsell.com> writes:
> > Interestingly we've done this for Osgi (the open source Oscar 
> > implementation) - by providing a Servlet bridge from the xml/rpc handlers 
> > through to Jetty as the HttpServer (which is itself wrappered to provide a 
> > standard OSGi HttpService).
> 
> Is there a way to design this adapte such that XMLL-RPC handler
> mappings are configurable from the web.xml file like servlets?
> 
> Ideally, you'd be able to do stuff like
> 
>     <xml-rpc>
>         <xml-rpc-name> Foo </xml-rpc-name>
>         <handler-class> org.xwt.foo.bar </handler-class>
>         <mount-point> foo.bar </mount-point>
>     </xml-rpc>
> 
>   - a

We didn't take it that far for the OSGi based version - but certainly sounds 
feasible. In fact the way OSGi works is via "bundles" and "services" so the 
XMLRPC bundle exports various methods like addHandler, removeHandler 
etc.  

So in fact, the above could be done via some form of configurator bundle.

-- Rob

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