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Creating a new server handler?

From: Laird, Brian <BLaird@havigs.com>
Date: Tue, 07 Feb 2006 19:34:31 +0000
Message-ID: <198C7B6593B76E44B30C3AAC456E57A1010B262B@electra.Perseco.com>
To: <www-jigsaw@w3.org>
I am working on creating a new server handler which would startup the
embedded version of tomcat (5.5).  I need a little more of a
sophisticated servlet/jsp container that what jigsaw offers through the
normal stuff.  Plus, I figured it could be added back into the Jigsaw
source to be used by other people.


Anyways, here is my question.  I created a class called TomcatDaemon
which extends the following interfaces: ServerHandler,
PropertyMonitoring, Status.  I am able to start tomcat and get it to
serve up content with no problem.  My issue is that when I open the
admin GUI, I get a nice big dialog box proclaiming "Unknown Resource"
with a bunch of squares after it.  After clicking "o.k." the GUI does
show up but there is nothing in it.  So I can't configure my other
regular jigsaw servers the way I want.  How can I get the GUI to either
ignore the tomcat daemon instance or show it and just have nothing for
the admin to configure?


Thank you in advance for the help,


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