Java Code Examples for org.eclipse.jetty.servlet.ServletContextHandler#setClassLoader()

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Example 1
@Override
protected void setUpHandler(ServletContextHandler handler) {
    handler.setDisplayName(getClass().getSimpleName());
    handler.setClassLoader(getClass().getClassLoader());
    handler.addServlet(TestServlet.class, "/filter/test");
    handler.addServlet(TestServlet.class, "/test");
    handler.addServlet(BaseTestServlet.class, "/base");
    handler.addServlet(ForwardingServlet.class, "/forward");
    handler.addServlet(IncludingServlet.class, "/include");
    handler.addFilter(TestFilter.class, "/filter/*", EnumSet.of(DispatcherType.REQUEST));
}
 
Example 2
private void initJettyContextHandler() {
    final String namespace = cfg.getNamespace();
    final ServletContextHandler context = new ServletContextHandler(NO_SESSIONS);

    final String contextPath = "/sandbox/" + namespace;
    context.setContextPath(contextPath);
    context.setClassLoader(getClass().getClassLoader());

    // web-socket-servlet
    final String wsPathSpec = "/module/websocket/*";
    logger.info("initializing ws-http-handler. path={}", contextPath + wsPathSpec);
    //noinspection deprecation
    context.addServlet(
            new ServletHolder(new WebSocketAcceptorServlet(jvmSandbox.getCoreModuleManager())),
            wsPathSpec
    );

    // module-http-servlet
    final String pathSpec = "/module/http/*";
    logger.info("initializing http-handler. path={}", contextPath + pathSpec);
    context.addServlet(
            new ServletHolder(new ModuleHttpServlet(cfg, jvmSandbox.getCoreModuleManager())),
            pathSpec
    );

    httpServer.setHandler(context);
}