Re: Doubt with Maven config

2009-09-28 Thread Jeremy Thomerson
I don't know about keeping jetty running after the tests, but you can probably run mvn jetty:run to run jetty. -- Jeremy Thomerson http://www.wickettraining.com On Sun, Sep 27, 2009 at 2:22 PM, Pedro Sena sena.pe...@gmail.com wrote: Hi Guys, I'm using lolite archetype but I'm having a

Re: Doubt with Maven config

2009-09-28 Thread Johannes Schneider
I think the maven jetty plugin does *not* use Start.java. Instead the plugin is configured within the pom.xml Pedro Sena wrote: Hi Guys, I'm using lolite archetype but I'm having a 'problem' I want to run my tests (JUnit) and keep the Jetty server alive after the tests. Every time that

Re: Doubt with Maven config

2009-09-28 Thread nino martinez wael
Show us some code and it will be easier to help.. AFAIK the start.java that are with iolite are the same as in WIA, it's based on the wicket archetype and only has the DAO layer as an extra thing+filters. regards Nino 2009/9/27 Pedro Sena sena.pe...@gmail.com Hi Guys, I'm using lolite

Doubt with Maven config

2009-09-27 Thread Pedro Sena
Hi Guys, I'm using lolite archetype but I'm having a 'problem' I want to run my tests (JUnit) and keep the Jetty server alive after the tests. Every time that I run my maven tests, it creates a Jetty server that is killed at the end of the process. I'm trying to do the same thing as Wicket in