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From Jochen Wiedmann <>
Subject Re: XML-RPC embedded in Jetty
Date Tue, 22 Aug 2006 21:39:15 GMT
Bellekens, P.A.E. wrote:

> Because Jetty is probably much better in handling intensive use than the 
> Webserver available in xml-rpc.
> However, to do this I was considering extending the 
> org.apache.xmlrpc.webserver.Connection class.
> Jetty provides me with a raw http request and the Connection class 
> handles it and returns the result.
> (I want a Servlet free environment.)

It's interesting to know that Jetty offers such things. However, where 
do you see the advantages? IMO, the servlet API is a relatively thin 
layer over the raw request, thus a possible performance gain won't be 
too high.

> Is there a better way to let xml-rpc work within a jetty environment?
> Or would it be possible to add a empty constructor to the Connection class?

Do not use the Connection class, but create another subclass of 


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