I know how to do it in Tomcat configuration but how to do the same in Jetty server?
I am using Jetty to deploy a production website. Let's assume my website is foo.com When I point my browser to a context which does not exist (say foo.com/notavailable), Jetty shows ...
I have a question related to context reloading. What I do:
1) start jetty
2) put war1.war in /webapps --> that fires a new /war1 context and it works.
3) put war2.war in /webapps ...
I have jetty running with some context.xml:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
<!DOCTYPE Configure PUBLIC "-//Mort Bay Consulting//DTD Configure//EN" "http://jetty.mortbay.org/configure.dtd">
I'm trying to use two web apps with Jetty. The first I named root and installed in the webapps directory, and it is properly handling all requests. The second has a ...
Using the jetty plugin with intellij idea 10.5:
Deploying a new webapp picks up old wars since the IDE doesn't seem to clear old contexts (or have an eclipse WTP-like ide integration). ...
Is it possible to map multiple contextPaths to one WAR file in Jetty? For example