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Re: What classes to override to do RTSP?

From: Brian Dupras <bdupras@bigfoot.com>
Date: Tue, 6 Apr 1999 13:59:09 -0400 (EDT)
Message-ID: <00a401be8057$1fbad2c0$d146b5d1@dnvr.uswest.net>
To: "Gary Teter" <bigdog@bulldogbeach.com>, "jigsaw" <www-jigsaw@w3.org>
You might consider writng your server "extension" as a java servlet.  Once
loaded, a HTTP servlet by default has a sessioning mechanism.  This could
help you get around the stateless protocol of HTTP.

If written as a servlet, you can also transport the servlet across multiple
web servers such as Jigsaw, Apache, IIS, Netscape, JWS, etc.


----- Original Message -----
From: Gary Teter <bigdog@bulldogbeach.com>
To: W3 Jigsaw Mailinglist <www-jigsaw@w3.org>
Sent: Tuesday, April 06, 1999 11:03 AM
Subject: What classes to override to do RTSP?

> Sorry to repost a question, but I didn't receive any response, and I
> don't know where else to ask...
> Can anyone give me some guidelines as to which classes I should be
> overriding so I can write an addition to Jigsaw to make it function as an
> RTSP server?
> >From the architecture, it looks like I'll need to do more than just
> create a new resource, since RTSP assumes that connections have state,
> unlike HTTP.
> Am I heading in the right direction if I create a new package that
> implements everything in org.w3c.www.protocol.http? It looks like I'll
> have to do more than just that, but I need some help deciding what to
> do....
> I'm not looking for a completed solution here (unless there is one :-),
> just some pointers in the right direction.
> Thanks in advance for any help/guidance/tips/pointers anyone can offer!
> --
> Gary Teter, Big Dog
> Bulldog Beach Interactive http://www.bulldogbeach.com
Received on Tuesday, 6 April 1999 14:00:31 UTC

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