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Jetty7 supports [http://xbean.org XBean]. This allows you to use a neat, compact XML format to customize Jetty within an XBean configuration file, along with configuring other Geronimo projects like [http://activemq.org/ ActiveMQ] or [http://servicemix.org ServiceMix].
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== Configuring Jetty in an XBean Configuration File ==

Revision as of 13:22, 17 August 2010



Introduction

Jetty7 supports XBean. This allows you to use a neat, compact XML format to customize Jetty within an XBean configuration file, along with configuring other Geronimo projects like ActiveMQ or ServiceMix.


Configuring Jetty in an XBean Configuration File

The following example shows how to configure Jetty inside an XBean configuration file.


<beans>
  <jetty xmlns="http://mortbay.com/schemas/jetty/1.0">
    <connectors>
      <nioConnector port="8181" />
    </connectors>

    <handlers>
      <webAppContext contextPath="/" resourceBase="/tmp/webapp" parentLoaderPriority="false" />
    </handlers>
  </jetty>
</beans>

Links

There is also an auto-generated XSD and HTML reference for the XML configuration language

More information on configuring services using XBean XML to provide Custom XML