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== Configuring Jetty in JBoss ==
 
== Configuring Jetty in JBoss ==
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To build and run Jetty in JBoss, you need the following:
 
To build and run Jetty in JBoss, you need the following:
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# Maven 2.0.4 or later
 
# Maven 2.0.4 or later
 
# A JBoss installation  
 
# A JBoss installation  
# JBoss-Jetty module in Jetty (this is in the Jetty-src, under contrib/jboss)
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# Jetty-JBoss module in Jetty (this is in the Jetty-src, under contrib/jboss)
  
{{note|It is not possible to build the JBoss-Jetty module with versions of JBoss prior to 4.0.5. For ''runtime'' compability, see the [[#Compatibility Matrix]] below. Some JBoss 4.0.x versions require jsp-2.0, as the JBoss web console application appears to be incompatible with jsp-2.1.}}
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{{note|It is not possible to build the Jetty-JBoss module with versions of JBoss prior to 4.0.5. For ''runtime'' compability, see the [[#Compatibility Matrix]] below. Some JBoss 4.0.x versions require jsp-2.0, as the JBoss web console application appears to be incompatible with jsp-2.1.}}
  
==Building the JBoss-Jetty Module==
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==Building the Jetty-JBoss Module==
  
After checking out the JBoss-Jetty module, go to the command line and <tt>cd</tt> to its home directory. Run:
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After checking out the Jetty-JBoss module, go to the command line and <tt>cd</tt> to its home directory. Run:
  
 
<source lang="java">
 
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# Delete the Tomcat files. In JBoss 4.0.x, delete <tt>$JBOSS-HOME/server/default/deploy/jbossweb-tomcat55.sar</tt><nowiki>; in JBoss 4.2.x, delete </nowiki><tt>$JBOSS-HOME/server/default/deploy/jboss-web.deployer</tt> (or from whichever deployment directory you are using).
 
# Delete the Tomcat files. In JBoss 4.0.x, delete <tt>$JBOSS-HOME/server/default/deploy/jbossweb-tomcat55.sar</tt><nowiki>; in JBoss 4.2.x, delete </nowiki><tt>$JBOSS-HOME/server/default/deploy/jboss-web.deployer</tt> (or from whichever deployment directory you are using).
 
# Ensure you have built the Jetty-JBoss module in <tt>$jetty.home/modules/contrib/jetty-jboss</tt>.
 
# Ensure you have built the Jetty-JBoss module in <tt>$jetty.home/modules/contrib/jetty-jboss</tt>.
# Copy the <tt>$jetty.home/modules/contrib/jetty-jboss/target/jetty-JETTY-VERSION-jboss-JBOSS-VERSION.sar</tt> to your JBoss deploy directory (where '''JETTY-VERSION''' is the version of Jetty you are using and '''JBOSS-VERSION''' is the version of JBoss).
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# Copy the <tt>$jetty.home/modules/contrib/jetty-jboss/target/jetty-JETTY-VERSION-jboss-JBOSS-VERSION.sar</tt> to your JBoss deploy directory (where ''JETTY-VERSION'' is the version of Jetty you are using and ''JBOSS-VERSION'' is the version of JBoss).
 
# Notice that the JBoss web-console refers to a Tomcat servlet; you might want to comment that out to make it usable. To do so, edit the <tt>$JBOSS-HOME/server/default/deploy/management/console-mgr.sar/web-console.war/WEB-INF/web.xml</tt> file and comment out this section:
 
# Notice that the JBoss web-console refers to a Tomcat servlet; you might want to comment that out to make it usable. To do so, edit the <tt>$JBOSS-HOME/server/default/deploy/management/console-mgr.sar/web-console.war/WEB-INF/web.xml</tt> file and comment out this section:
  
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== Configuring the JettyJBoss Module ==
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== Configuring the Jetty-JBoss Module ==
  
 
By default, Jetty is configured with the following:
 
By default, Jetty is configured with the following:
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{{note|Jetty 7 has a [http://download.eclipse.org/jetty/stable-7/apidocs/index.html?org/eclipse/jetty/servlet/StatisticsServlet.html Statistics Servlet] that you can configure in the JBoss management webapps instead of the Tomcat org.jboss.web.tomcat.service.StatusServlet servlet.}}
 
{{note|Jetty 7 has a [http://download.eclipse.org/jetty/stable-7/apidocs/index.html?org/eclipse/jetty/servlet/StatisticsServlet.html Statistics Servlet] that you can configure in the JBoss management webapps instead of the Tomcat org.jboss.web.tomcat.service.StatusServlet servlet.}}
  
=== Using Jetty-SAR and Struts Tiles ===
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== Using Jetty-SAR and Struts Tiles ==
  
If you are using Struts Tiles for your web-application, you should probably edit <tt>webdefault.xml</tt> in the SAR and change <tt>dirAllowed</tt> to <tt>false</tt>. If you do not, when you try to insert a tile value (or override one) with an empty value, then Jetty will supply a directory listing for that tile.
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If you are using Struts Tiles for your web-application, you should probably edit <tt>webdefault.xml</tt> in the SAR and change <tt>dirAllowed</tt> to <tt>false</tt>. If you do not, when you try to insert a tile value (or override one) with an empty value, Jetty supplies a directory listing for that tile.
  
 
==Compatibility Matrix==
 
==Compatibility Matrix==

Latest revision as of 16:03, 23 April 2013

Configuring Jetty in JBoss

Warning2.png
Support for this feature has been dropped with Jetty 9.
If you feel this should be brought back please file a bug.


To build and run Jetty in JBoss, you need the following:

  1. JDK 1.4 (for JBoss 4.0.5) or JDK 1.5 (for JBoss 4.2.x)
  2. Maven 2.0.4 or later
  3. A JBoss installation
  4. Jetty-JBoss module in Jetty (this is in the Jetty-src, under contrib/jboss)
Note.png
It is not possible to build the Jetty-JBoss module with versions of JBoss prior to 4.0.5. For runtime compability, see the #Compatibility Matrix below. Some JBoss 4.0.x versions require jsp-2.0, as the JBoss web console application appears to be incompatible with jsp-2.1.


Building the Jetty-JBoss Module

After checking out the Jetty-JBoss module, go to the command line and cd to its home directory. Run:

 mvn -P[jdk1.4|jdk1.5] -Djboss.home=path-to-jboss -Djboss.version=jboss-version clean install

where:

  • path-to-jboss is the location of your JBoss installation and jboss-version is the version number of your JBoss installation.
  • building with profile jdk1.4 includes jsp-2.0 in the SAR, and building with profile jdk1.5 includes jsp-2.1 instead.

Another way to build it is to edit the pom.xml. Edit the <properties> section and fill in the values for the <jboss.home> and <jboss.version> properties. Once you set these in the pom.xml, you can do the build with:

 mvn clean install

Installing the Jetty-JBoss Module

  1. Delete the Tomcat files. In JBoss 4.0.x, delete $JBOSS-HOME/server/default/deploy/jbossweb-tomcat55.sar; in JBoss 4.2.x, delete $JBOSS-HOME/server/default/deploy/jboss-web.deployer (or from whichever deployment directory you are using).
  2. Ensure you have built the Jetty-JBoss module in $jetty.home/modules/contrib/jetty-jboss.
  3. Copy the $jetty.home/modules/contrib/jetty-jboss/target/jetty-JETTY-VERSION-jboss-JBOSS-VERSION.sar to your JBoss deploy directory (where JETTY-VERSION is the version of Jetty you are using and JBOSS-VERSION is the version of JBoss).
  4. Notice that the JBoss web-console refers to a Tomcat servlet; you might want to comment that out to make it usable. To do so, edit the $JBOSS-HOME/server/default/deploy/management/console-mgr.sar/web-console.war/WEB-INF/web.xml file and comment out this section:
 
 <servlet>
     <servlet-name>Status Servlet</servlet-name>
     <servlet-class>org.jboss.web.tomcat.tc5.StatusServlet<span class="code-tag"></servlet-class>
 </servlet>
 
 <servlet-mapping>
     <servlet-name>Status Servlet</servlet-name>
     <url-pattern>/status</url-pattern>
 </servlet-mapping>

Configuring the Jetty-JBoss Module

By default, Jetty is configured with the following:

This configuration is contained in the META-INF/jboss-service.xml file inside the SAR.

To change the port, add other types of connectors–(SSL, AJP13–configure a request log, or change the thread pool, you need to un-pack the SAR to a temporary directory, edit the META-INF/jboss-service.xml file, repack it and copy the modified SAR to the JBoss deploy directory.

Enabling Statistics

Edit the META-INF/jboss-service.xml file from the SAR (you need to unpack it first). Uncomment the following lines:

 
    <!-- Uncomment for statistics
       <New id="StatsHandler" class="org.eclipse.jetty.handler.StatisticsHandler">
        <Set name="handlers">
     -->
 
     <!-- Uncomment for statistics
       </Set>
      </New>
     -->

Now re-jar the modified SAR. You can use the StatisticsHandlerMBean to retrieve the statistics using the JMX console.


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Jetty 7 has a Statistics Servlet that you can configure in the JBoss management webapps instead of the Tomcat org.jboss.web.tomcat.service.StatusServlet servlet.


Using Jetty-SAR and Struts Tiles

If you are using Struts Tiles for your web-application, you should probably edit webdefault.xml in the SAR and change dirAllowed to false. If you do not, when you try to insert a tile value (or override one) with an empty value, Jetty supplies a directory listing for that tile.

Compatibility Matrix


Version compatibility matrix:

Jetty Version JBoss Version JVM Version
6.1.0 4.0.5.GA JDK 1.4
6.1.1 4.0.5.GA JDK 1.4
6.1.2 4.0.5.GA JDK 1.4
6.1.3 4.0.5.GA JDK 1.4
6.1.4 4.0.5.GA JDK 1.4
6.1.5 4.0.5.GA JDK 1.4
6.1.6 4.0.5.GA JDK 1.4
6.1.6 4.2.0.GA JDK 1.5
6.1.8 4.0.5.GA JDK 1.5
6.1.12rc2 4.2.3 GA JDK 1.5
6.1.17 4.0.5.GA JDK 1.5
6.1.18 4.0.5.GA JDK 1.5
6.1.21 4.2.3.GA JDK1.5