Schlagwort: ops4j

  • Testing Camel JPA routes with Pax-Exam and Karaf

    This blog is about how to use JPA, CXF and ActiveMQ with Camel in a Karaf and how to do the testing best. I’ve had a couple of conversations about this already on IRC so here is my personal way of doing it best. You’ll find a sample of all of this in my repository at GitHub. […]

  • Bind certain Web-Applications to specific HttpConnectors II

    With Pax-Web 3.0.0 it’s now also possible to bind web-applications to certain httpConnectors via the whiteboard extender, if you want to know how it’s done with a published war take a look at the previous post about this. Assuming you do use the extended configuration for jetty as described in Bind certain Web-Applications to specific HttpConnectors, let’s move […]

  • Pax Web breaks the 200.000 downloads barrier

    Pax Web breaks the 200.000 downloads barrier just today I checked the latest download numbers from the central statistics for the pax-web project. It’s been good that I’ve been sitting already, cause a increase from 125.000 to more then 200.000 downloads, that’s quite impressive. Thanks to all the people using Pax-Web, this number gives me […]

  • Just Annotation

    Starting with version 2.0 of Pax-Web it’s possible to use Servlet 3.0 annotations for Servlets in a web application bundle (WAB). As defined in the Servlet spec it’s possible to have servlet definitions and configuration either in a web.xml or in the annotations of the Servlet. In this case the annotation of the servlet does […]