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Jetty/Tutorial/Jetty-OSGi SDK



Introduction

Jetty-OSGi is a packaging of jetty where jetty is run as an OSGi bundle. It supports the deployment of traditional J2EE web-applications and also web-bundles where the web application is contained in a bundle.

This tutorial introduces the development and testing of web-bundles in PDE.

Configure a Target Platform and run a simple Test Unit with PDE

We will provision a new Target Platform and develop a simple bundle that executes a Testunit. A Target Platform defines the OSGi environment in which your bundles are compiled and debugged.

Target Platform with JUnit Support

Launch Eclipse-SDK-3.6. Define a new Target Platform "EclipseRT-Tutorial" Open the Preferences and choose the node "Plugins-Development/Target Platform" Click on "Add..." and choose the option "Nothing:" start with an empty Target Platform"

Create a new OSGi Project
  • Name the Target Platform "EclipseRT Tutorial"
  • Click on Next and choose "Add..." then "Select Software Site"
Name it
  • Select the "Helios" download site as the source of the features to install in the Target Platform
  • Look for the category "Eclipse RT Target Platform" and select the PDE JUnit Support feature. Click on Finish.

(Currently use: http://download.eclipse.org/jetty/7.1.3.v20100526/repository/)

Select the JUnit Support Feature


  • Select the new Target Platform as the active platform.
Activate the Target Platform

OSGi bundle with a test unit

  • Create a new OSGI Bundle project: "New Project.../Plugin-Project"
  • Name the project "org.eclipse.jetty.rt.example.test"
  • Choose a pure OSGi bundle.
Activate the Target Platform


  • Generate a bundle activator.
  • Click on Finish.
Activate the Target Platform


  • Open the META-INF/MANIFEST.MF editor and on the tab "Overview, select the checkbox "Activate this plugin when one of its classes is loaded"
Lazy Activation policy


  • Open the META-INF/MANIFEST.MF editor and choose the tab "dependencies"
  • In the "Imported packages" section, click on "Add..." and select the package "org.junit"
Lazy Activation policy


  • Create a new class ActivatorTest
  • Make a method that will be run by JUnit to test that the activator is started:
package org.eclipse.jetty.rt.example.test;
 
import org.junit.Assert;
import org.junit.Test;
 
/**
 * Tests that the activator was indeed loaded
 */
public class ActivatorTest {
	@Test public void testActivator() throws Exception {
		Assert.assertNotNull("The activator was not started", Activator.getContext());
	}	
}
  • Right-click on the Activator-Test Class and choose "Run as .../JUnit Plugin Test"
  • The test should pass
Lazy Activation policy

Archive for this project

Setup Jetty and a first Web-bundle

Setup Jetty Target Component

  • Choose Preferences and Edit the "EclipseRT Tutorial" target platform definition
  • Select the Helios site and choose "Edit"
  • Add the "Jetty Target Component" feature to the list of features provisioned
Lazy Activation policy

Optional: install Jetty tooling

The Jetty tooling feature contains 2 templates for Pluin projects that make it easy to get started developing web-bundles.

Create a first web-bundle

Create a new OSGi bundle. Make sure it is not an eclipse plugin. Name it "org.eclipse.jetty.example.webapp"

If you have installed the Jetty tooling feature, click next until you can choose a template. Everything will be generated.

If you are creating the bundle with the jetty template you will need to add to the MANIFEST.MF:

  • The import-package:

    Invalid language.

    You need to specify a language like this: <source lang="html4strict">...</source>

    Supported languages for syntax highlighting:

    4cs, 6502acme, 6502kickass, 6502tasm, 68000devpac, abap, actionscript, actionscript3, ada, algol68, apache, applescript, apt_sources, arm, asm, asp, asymptote, autoconf, autohotkey, autoit, avisynth, awk, bascomavr, bash, basic4gl, bf, bibtex, blitzbasic, bnf, boo, c, c_loadrunner, c_mac, caddcl, cadlisp, cfdg, cfm, chaiscript, cil, clojure, cmake, cobol, coffeescript, cpp, cpp-qt, csharp, css, cuesheet, d, dcl, dcpu16, dcs, delphi, diff, div, dos, dot, e, ecmascript, eiffel, email, epc, erlang, euphoria, f1, falcon, fo, fortran, freebasic, freeswitch, fsharp, gambas, gdb, genero, genie, gettext, glsl, gml, gnuplot, go, groovy, gwbasic, haskell, haxe, hicest, hq9plus, html4strict, html5, icon, idl, ini, inno, intercal, io, j, java, java5, javascript, jquery, kixtart, klonec, klonecpp, latex, lb, ldif, lisp, llvm, locobasic, logtalk, lolcode, lotusformulas, lotusscript, lscript, lsl2, lua, m68k, magiksf, make, mapbasic, matlab, mirc, mmix, modula2, modula3, mpasm, mxml, mysql, nagios, netrexx, newlisp, nsis, oberon2, objc, objeck, ocaml, ocaml-brief, octave, oobas, oorexx, oracle11, oracle8, otj, oxygene, oz, parasail, parigp, pascal, pcre, per, perl, perl6, pf, php, php-brief, pic16, pike, pixelbender, pli, plsql, postgresql, povray, powerbuilder, powershell, proftpd, progress, prolog, properties, providex, purebasic, pycon, pys60, python, q, qbasic, rails, rebol, reg, rexx, robots, rpmspec, rsplus, ruby, sas, scala, scheme, scilab, sdlbasic, smalltalk, smarty, spark, sparql, sql, stonescript, systemverilog, tcl, teraterm, text, thinbasic, tsql, typoscript, unicon, upc, urbi, uscript, vala, vb, vbnet, vedit, verilog, vhdl, vim, visualfoxpro, visualprolog, whitespace, whois, winbatch, xbasic, xml, xorg_conf, xpp, yaml, z80, zxbasic


    javax.servlet;version="2.5.0"
  • A new line that defines the context path for the web-application:

    Invalid language.

    You need to specify a language like this: <source lang="html4strict">...</source>

    Supported languages for syntax highlighting:

    4cs, 6502acme, 6502kickass, 6502tasm, 68000devpac, abap, actionscript, actionscript3, ada, algol68, apache, applescript, apt_sources, arm, asm, asp, asymptote, autoconf, autohotkey, autoit, avisynth, awk, bascomavr, bash, basic4gl, bf, bibtex, blitzbasic, bnf, boo, c, c_loadrunner, c_mac, caddcl, cadlisp, cfdg, cfm, chaiscript, cil, clojure, cmake, cobol, coffeescript, cpp, cpp-qt, csharp, css, cuesheet, d, dcl, dcpu16, dcs, delphi, diff, div, dos, dot, e, ecmascript, eiffel, email, epc, erlang, euphoria, f1, falcon, fo, fortran, freebasic, freeswitch, fsharp, gambas, gdb, genero, genie, gettext, glsl, gml, gnuplot, go, groovy, gwbasic, haskell, haxe, hicest, hq9plus, html4strict, html5, icon, idl, ini, inno, intercal, io, j, java, java5, javascript, jquery, kixtart, klonec, klonecpp, latex, lb, ldif, lisp, llvm, locobasic, logtalk, lolcode, lotusformulas, lotusscript, lscript, lsl2, lua, m68k, magiksf, make, mapbasic, matlab, mirc, mmix, modula2, modula3, mpasm, mxml, mysql, nagios, netrexx, newlisp, nsis, oberon2, objc, objeck, ocaml, ocaml-brief, octave, oobas, oorexx, oracle11, oracle8, otj, oxygene, oz, parasail, parigp, pascal, pcre, per, perl, perl6, pf, php, php-brief, pic16, pike, pixelbender, pli, plsql, postgresql, povray, powerbuilder, powershell, proftpd, progress, prolog, properties, providex, purebasic, pycon, pys60, python, q, qbasic, rails, rebol, reg, rexx, robots, rpmspec, rsplus, ruby, sas, scala, scheme, scilab, sdlbasic, smalltalk, smarty, spark, sparql, sql, stonescript, systemverilog, tcl, teraterm, text, thinbasic, tsql, typoscript, unicon, upc, urbi, uscript, vala, vb, vbnet, vedit, verilog, vhdl, vim, visualfoxpro, visualprolog, whitespace, whois, winbatch, xbasic, xml, xorg_conf, xpp, yaml, z80, zxbasic


    Web-ContextPath: /test

It should look like this:

Invalid language.

You need to specify a language like this: <source lang="html4strict">...</source>

Supported languages for syntax highlighting:

4cs, 6502acme, 6502kickass, 6502tasm, 68000devpac, abap, actionscript, actionscript3, ada, algol68, apache, applescript, apt_sources, arm, asm, asp, asymptote, autoconf, autohotkey, autoit, avisynth, awk, bascomavr, bash, basic4gl, bf, bibtex, blitzbasic, bnf, boo, c, c_loadrunner, c_mac, caddcl, cadlisp, cfdg, cfm, chaiscript, cil, clojure, cmake, cobol, coffeescript, cpp, cpp-qt, csharp, css, cuesheet, d, dcl, dcpu16, dcs, delphi, diff, div, dos, dot, e, ecmascript, eiffel, email, epc, erlang, euphoria, f1, falcon, fo, fortran, freebasic, freeswitch, fsharp, gambas, gdb, genero, genie, gettext, glsl, gml, gnuplot, go, groovy, gwbasic, haskell, haxe, hicest, hq9plus, html4strict, html5, icon, idl, ini, inno, intercal, io, j, java, java5, javascript, jquery, kixtart, klonec, klonecpp, latex, lb, ldif, lisp, llvm, locobasic, logtalk, lolcode, lotusformulas, lotusscript, lscript, lsl2, lua, m68k, magiksf, make, mapbasic, matlab, mirc, mmix, modula2, modula3, mpasm, mxml, mysql, nagios, netrexx, newlisp, nsis, oberon2, objc, objeck, ocaml, ocaml-brief, octave, oobas, oorexx, oracle11, oracle8, otj, oxygene, oz, parasail, parigp, pascal, pcre, per, perl, perl6, pf, php, php-brief, pic16, pike, pixelbender, pli, plsql, postgresql, povray, powerbuilder, powershell, proftpd, progress, prolog, properties, providex, purebasic, pycon, pys60, python, q, qbasic, rails, rebol, reg, rexx, robots, rpmspec, rsplus, ruby, sas, scala, scheme, scilab, sdlbasic, smalltalk, smarty, spark, sparql, sql, stonescript, systemverilog, tcl, teraterm, text, thinbasic, tsql, typoscript, unicon, upc, urbi, uscript, vala, vb, vbnet, vedit, verilog, vhdl, vim, visualfoxpro, visualprolog, whitespace, whois, winbatch, xbasic, xml, xorg_conf, xpp, yaml, z80, zxbasic


Manifest-Version: 1.0
Bundle-ManifestVersion: 2
Bundle-Name: Webapp
Bundle-SymbolicName: org.eclipse.jetty.example.webapp
Bundle-Version: 1.0.0.qualifier
Bundle-Activator: org.eclipse.jetty.example.webapp.Activator
Import-Package: org.osgi.framework;version="1.3.0",
 javax.servlet;version="2.5.0"
Bundle-RequiredExecutionEnvironment: JavaSE-1.6
Web-ContextPath: /test
  • Now create a new file WEB-INF/web.xml at the root of the project.

And define a simple servlet-mapping:

 

Additional Resources

Jetty-OSGi, RFC66, PDE We are working on migrating all building an update site and executing the build on eclipse with the rest of the jetty@eclipse project. In the mean time, the latest code is here: [http://github.com/intalio/hightide-on-osgi