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From: Anselm Baird_Smith <abaird@www43.inria.fr>
Date: Fri, 6 Dec 1996 10:20:24 +0100 (MET)
Message-Id: <199612060920.KAA17212@www43.inria.fr>
To: Les Stockton <stockton@wilcom.net>
Cc: "'Jigsaw Mailing List'" <www-jigsaw@w3.org>
Les Stockton writes:
 > I'd like to be able to extend Jigsaw, so that I can create a session (Thread),
 > and keep the context.  By this, I mean to simulate a login, session, and
 > logout.  The logout would tell the thread to end itself on the server side.
 >  Currently, I'm doing this with an old httpd server, by having a server side
 > application that waits on a socket that is opened by a Java applet on the
 > client side, and the applet maintains the socket connection, and hence, the
 > session.
 >  It would be cool to be able to do this same thing with Jigsaw, and not have
 > the server-side application, except for the server-side app to be an
 > extension to Jigsaw.
 >  I hope I've explained my question, but if not, I will be more specific for
 > anyone who thinks they have a solution.  I'd preferably like to see sample
 > code from someone who's actually done this, or similar.
Check the w3c.jigsaw.daemon package, it allows you to run multiple
servers within the same process. It has undergone sone changes
recently, but by browsing the code, you should be able to get an idea
of how/what it does (which I am not sure match your needs exactly)

Received on Friday, 6 December 1996 04:20:56 UTC

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