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With the move to Eclipse, the Jetty 7 code base was refactored; this has several long-term benefits, but means that configuration files and code which use Jetty 6 classes must first be converted to Jetty 7. The jetty6to7 converter tool will help you convert your files. For classes no longer available on Jetty 7 (e.g <tt>org.mortbay.jetty.security.HashUserRealm</tt>), the tool will offer recommendations on how to proceed.
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With the move to Eclipse, the Jetty 7 code base was refactored; this has several long-term benefits, but means that configuration files and code which use Jetty 6 classes must first be converted to Jetty 7.  
  
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Jetty 6, Jetty 7, and Jetty 8 are all now EOL (End of Life)
# Download [http://docs.codehaus.org/download/attachments/120259186/jetty6to7-1.0.jar the jetty6to7 converter tool] (~19kb).
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# Run:
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java -jar jetty6to7-1.0.jar /path/to/your/files/or/dir
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The tool modifies your files; it does not create new copies.
 
  
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=== Converting a single file ===
 
java -jar jetty6to7-1.0.jar src/main/config/jetty.xml
 
 
=== Converting multiple files and directories ===
 
java -jar jetty6to7-1.0.jar src/main/config/jetty.xml src/main/etc/jetty-env.xml src/main/java
 
 
=== Viewing available options ===
 
java -jar jetty6to7-1.0.jar
 
 
=== Converting with options ===
 
java -jar jetty6to7-1.0.jar -Dconversion.recursive=false src/main/java
 
  
 
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Revision as of 18:14, 6 October 2015



Introduction

With the move to Eclipse, the Jetty 7 code base was refactored; this has several long-term benefits, but means that configuration files and code which use Jetty 6 classes must first be converted to Jetty 7.

Jetty 6, Jetty 7, and Jetty 8 are all now EOL (End of Life)






Additional Resources

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