Jetty Introduction
Jetty Introduction
Jetty Introduction
Jetty Introduction
Jetty Introduction
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  • + written 1997 for programming contest + provides an http server like Apache but in Java + also a servlet server like Tomcat but both combined + philosophy is to be small as possible and easily embeddable, not monolithic standalone but can also be run standalone. Mission is to do the servlet spec implementation in the best possible way. + few jar dependencies as possible: just + many previous versions, now rewritten for Jetty6 taking advantage of NIO, non-blocking IO and support for Continuations + other j2ee services like <resource-ref> and UserTransactions, JAAS etc developed as optional add-ons, generally referred to as JettyPlus + jetty is the webcontainer in a number of J2EE app servers, mostly currently using jetty5, moving on to jetty6. A bit of Jboss history, still available from mortbay servers. + the Jetty “hall of fame” page, as well as numerous cds, books etc
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