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After spending quite a bit of time today figuring out how to properly register a Java-based server as a Linux service on Debian Sarge, I thought I would share the results of my findings. My requirements were: Automatically start, stop and restart Cleanly integrate with other system services Run the Java processes under a non-root […]

- December 15, 2005
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In today’s post , Mark Baker describes the desirable properties of such framework: don’t hide the resource-centric REST model from developers Web based models should resemble HTTP Servlets objects/services should expose the uniform interface. If you know how Restlets work, you certainly recognized those properties. A new idea I noted though: facilitate dealing with resource […]

- December 09, 2005
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The last couple of days, I received some encouraging feed-back from an early REST advocate: Jean-Paul Figer. He helped me to identify the following needs: Filtering Restlet for logging, security, etc. : similar in purpose to Servlet Filters (already added to the upcoming 0.15 beta) Integration with existing Web servers (Apache and Microsoft IIS) : […]

- December 09, 2005
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