Jetty now supports annotations on managed beans with Sun’s JSF RI version 1.2_04. For the curious, the magic happens in the Jetty6InjectionProvider class that is distributed in the RI jars. However, that’s just an implementation detail. All you need to
Hightide is a versioned, optimized distro of Jetty, with many J2EE/JavaEE features pre-integrated in a lightweight manner so you can enjoy their benefits but without needing a heavyweight JavaEE Application Server. We’ve also included state-of-the-art, scaleable backend support for Ajax.
Having had a couple of emails on the Jetty lists about using EJB3 with Jetty, I’ve been looking at the various embeddable technologies around. Last week I looked at the JBoss Embeddable EJB3 product and got it working in Jetty.
JBoss have come up with an embeddable version of their EJB3 implementation. An alpha release is available for download. I downloaded it and played around with the embedded example from the tutorial. Here’s what I did: once you’ve downloaded and
With release 6.1.0pre2 we now provide Jetty-JBoss integration for the Jetty 6 series. This brings a number of important new features for JBoss users to enjoy such as servlet 2.5 support, and moreover, scalability for ajax via our Continuations mechanism
The maven mvn archetype:create command is a powerful one. It can create you a whole new ready-to-run application, complete with templated sources, config files etc. It takes a lot of the pain out of starting a new application. Webtide has
Somebody recently brought it to my attention that there’s a rumour going around that you can’t run JIRA on Jetty. Sure enough, digging around on the Atlassian site showed up with this: http://www.atlassian.com/software/jira/docs/v3.6.5/servers/jetty.html. Rising to the implicit challenge, I set
Running any user program on low port numbers on *nix systems is generally tricky, as low port numbers are protected and only accessible as the root user. In the past, jetty’s suggested solution has been to use iptables or ipchains
The guys at Atomikos, creators of the excellent JTA/XA transaction manager have decided to go open source. We first got to know Atomikos when we integrated it with Jetty5, and we’ve also done the integration with Jetty6. We’ll be working
Jetty Jspc Maven Plugin I’ve added a new maven2 plugin that does jsp pre-compilation. Just like the Jetty Maven Plugin, the new plugin detects whether jsp2.0 or jsp2.1 is required at runtime and generates the correct classes accordingly. All you