Jetty is configured by dependency injection into the Jetty components. The root component of Jetty is Server, on which you can set an array of Connector instances and an array of Handler instances. Each specific type of connector and handler will have it's own setters and getters for configuration.
A Typical Configuration
- The JVM will have a single instance of Server
Serverwill have a single
Connectorinstance, probably a SelectChannelConnector.
Connectorwill have a port set on it.
Serverwill have one or more handlers. Typically these will be instances of ContextHandler that wrap other Handler instances for a given context path.
ContextHandlerwill be configured with a contextPath and wrapped handler for the context.
ContextHandlermay be configured with ResourceBase, ClassLoader, VirtualHosts, etc.
ContextHandlermay be an instance of WebAppContext which configures itself from the
WEB-INF/web.xml file found within the configured ResourceBase and will contain a SessionHandler, which will contain a SecurityHandler, which will contain a ServletHandler
ContextHandlermay contain a
ServletHandler, which will contain:
All these components have setters and getters for configuration. These may be configured by: