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HttpServletRequest and .suspend() ?

Posted on 2008-09-29
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Hi,

I'm looking to use Jetty and GWT. In the Jetty docs, they have an example of using HttpServletRequest, but call two methods on it that I cannot find in the docs. The usage example is at the bottom of this page:

    http://docs.codehaus.org/display/JETTY/GWT+RPC+Examples

and it is used like:


    HttpServletRequest request = getThreadLocalRequest();
    HttpServletResponse response = getThreadLocalResponse();
    System.err.println("HANDLING: " + request + " | " + request.hashCode() + " | " + response.hashCode());

    if(request.isInitial())
    {
        request.setAttribute("ts", Long.valueOf(System.currentTimeMillis()));
        request.suspend(5000);
        return null;
    }

I can''t find a suspend() or isInitial() method of HttpServletRequest. What am I missing?

I contacted Jetty and am waiting for some info on it, but since HttpServletRequest is a javax class I was hoping someone might have some insight onto what I did wrong here,

Thanks
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Question by:DJ_AM_Juicebox
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cmalakar earned 500 total points
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suspend() and resume() are the new method that will be part of servlet-3.0 version.

I think.. it's still under development..

Dont know.. why jetty has already giving examples with that..
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by:DJ_AM_Juicebox
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Ah ok that makes sense.

Who is developing the servlet 3.0 standard, Sun?

When will it be released - does it come part of a new JDK?

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It will be released as a part of j2ee 6 not jdk.
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