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Re: [oscar] Serving static files with HTTP server in Oscar


Should be very simple. When you register an alias, you can also supply an OSGi HttpContext object. This object has a getResource(String name) method who's job it is to resolve HTTP paths for that alias and return whatever HTML or other documents are needed.

By default, if not supplied the HTTP service creates a default context that serves up paths based on the getResource() method of the bundle's JAR classloader.

It should be a fairly trivial path to map this to a local file and create and return a file://xxx URL pointing to whatever local file you want to serve up.

-- Rob

timur mehrvarz wrote:

is there simple way to host static (HTML-) documents from a local filesystem folder (not part of a bundle) using the HTTP server in oscar?

BR, Timur

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