I-Jetty webserver for Android

Khojal
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I have Eclipse Helios with Andriod SDK properly installed and running fine; is there any way I can work with and/or import "i-jetty" as a plug-in to Eclipse IDE.

Any help is greatly appreciated!

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Top Expert 2015
Commented:
It supports webapp spec 1.1, no plugin needed.

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Thank you gheist, can you please elaborate more in your feedback
Top Expert 2015

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It does everything Tomcat v3 does. Eclipse has template for that.

No Android SDK needed to make WAR files containing servlets written in java.

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Thanks again gheist for the follow-up;
do you mean Eclipse has a template for i-jetty? if so could you please point out where can I find that template for i-jetty in Eclipse; my goal (as I mentioned above) is to figure out how to use i-jetty within Eclipse and/or any other IDE and would really appreciate it if you can help walking me through!
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According to formal description it is a standard WAR webapp conforming to webapp spec 1.1.
You need to change version ow the webapp down to 1.1 (if possible)

Just give generic war with one page containing JSP code a try.

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Thank you gheist for your inputs
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Please explain C grading?
Especially where was i wrong....
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iJetty is re-packaging of Jetty webserver.
it supports exactly same servlet api as original jetty used.

iJetty 2.1 JETTY 6.1 and includes JSP 2.0, thus it will run everything Tomcat 5.5 on Java 1.4 can run (but not better)

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