Ok guys, where can I find documentation about that?
I mean servlets in Jython.
----- Original Message -----
From: Andrew Boyko <aboyko@...>
Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2001 1:16 PM
Subject: RE: [Jython-users] PyServlet (Was: Running Jython within WebLogic)
> > Does anyone have experience running Jython in a WebLogic
> > environment? I think the most likely scenario for us would
> > be to invoke Jython scripts from within servlets, and then
> > invoke further Java APIs from within those Jython scripts.
> A little bit of experimentation with org.python.util.PyServlet
> has me pretty excited - it seems very easy to configure so
> you can load your own python scripts (implementing HttpServlet)
> directly from your webapp's HTML root directory. The scripts
> can then load java classes from your webapp. I haven't tried
> it in WebLogic, but the configuration is very simple and should
> work in any Servlet 2.2-compliant container. In this model,
> the Jython script *is* the servlet, but it's pretty close to
> what you described...
> It seems like python servlets can even import other non-servlet
> python classes from the HTML root, but it's a little awkward,
> since they need to be imported by full package name, and
> the directory with the scripts in it must have an __init__.py
> in it for the import to work. Not worth complaining about,
> but it was a little tough to figure out... is there an easier
> way? Ideally, you'd be able to stick a few python files,
> including the servlet script, in some random directory
> under the web app; you'd invoke the jython servlet by its full
> name, but have the servlet be able to directly import other
> scripts in the same directory without needing to reference
> the name of the directory they're in.
> Seems like jython scripts could easily coexist with JSPs,
> placing objects in the request context and then forwarding
> to a JSP to do the presentation. I imagine it could
> integrate very nicely with Jakarta Struts, too - Python
> seems like a good language to implement Action classes in.
> Andy Boyko aboyko@...
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