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From Romain Manni-Bucau <rmannibu...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat Servlet Filters (or Valves) and OpenEJB
Date Thu, 21 Jul 2011 05:59:42 GMT
maybe you can put it directly into tomcat web.xml.

if it is not exactly the behavior you want you extend the valve and filter
webapps (keeping only "" or example).

- romain

2011/7/21 rnieto <gamma_ass@yahoo.com>

>
> Romain Manni-Bucau wrote:
> >
> > Yep that what i said, webservices are deployed into a context created
> > called
> > "" so you can't modify it if it is not a global config. All configuration
> > managed are the one you can put into openejb-jar.xml.
> >
> > I think jon suggessted to enhance OpenEJB.
> >
> > @Jon: Am i wrong?
> >
>
> This is just a clarification, as it was initially indicated that it would
> run filters. Should anyone else be reading this thread, they'd have a
> confirmation that indeed it doesn't do it. The explanation about it
> deploying on a different, non-configurable (outside OpenEJB) context was
> brought to light during the discussion.
>
> And my problem still persists, which Jon has indicated that this would need
> to be either:
> 1.) added to OpenEJB as an additional feature
> 2.) add it to the OpenEJB core and cxf library (which would be a guaranteed
> pain for someone who isn't a regular developer for OpenEJB).
>
> Too bad I'm restricted by time and probably can't wait for option 1, hope
> that I could move to another EE framework (but even that seems not doable
> with my timeframe).
>
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