Hi Nick,

If you want to use the BaseX HTTP Server with Ubuntu, you should
install our own full distributions [1,2].

Best,
Christian

[1] https://docs.basex.org/wiki/Startup#Full_Distributions
[2] https://docs.basex.org/wiki/Web_Application



On Mon, Jun 22, 2020 at 2:27 AM Nicholas <saunders.nicho...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> I don't quite understand what it means for Jetty to be "embedded" in or with 
> BaseX, but presumably there's a configuration?
>
>
> I see:
>
>
> DEBUG = false
> DBPATH = /home/nicholas/basex/data
> LOGPATH = .logs
> REPOPATH = /home/nicholas/basex/repo
> LANG = English
> LANGKEYS = false
> FAIRLOCK = false
> CACHETIMEOUT = 3600
>
> # Client/Server Architecture
> HOST = localhost
> PORT = 1984
> SERVERPORT = 1984
> USER =
> PASSWORD =
> SERVERHOST =
> PROXYHOST =
> PROXYPORT = 0
> NONPROXYHOSTS =
> IGNORECERT = false
> IGNOREHOSTNAME = false
> TIMEOUT = 30
> KEEPALIVE = 600
> PARALLEL = 8
> LOG = true
> LOGMSGMAXLEN = 1000
>
> # HTTP Services
> WEBPATH = /home/nicholas/basex/webapp
> RESTPATH =
> RESTXQPATH =
> PARSERESTXQ = 3
> HTTPLOCAL = false
> STOPPORT = 8985
> AUTHMETHOD = Basic
>
> but there's nothing actually at WEBPATH, no directory.  Perhaps RESTXQPATH 
> requires configuration?  Really, just guessing.  See also:
>
> https://askubuntu.com/q/1252599/847449
>
>
> If I installed BaseX with apt, should it also pull in Jetty, then?
>
>
>
> thanks,
>
> Nick

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