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Andrei Savu updated ZOOKEEPER-809: ---------------------------------- Attachment: ZOOKEEPER-809.patch In this patch I've added: * a bunch of classes for parsing the configuration file * per context HTTP Digest authentication settings * per context ZooKeeper digest authentication settings * support for chroot when parsing the hostPort string By using these features you can easily create secure channels from your application to ZooKeeper ( HTTPS + Digest Authentication + ZK Auth + chroot). It doesn't support the whole API but it should be really useful for configuration management. Working on: * support for ACLs: read and update * per session ZooKeeper authentication Sample config for a channel: rest.port = 9998 rest.endpoint.1 = /channel;localhost:2181,localhost:2182,localhost:2183/app rest.endpoint.1.http.auth = user:pass,user2:pass2 rest.endpoint.1.zk.digest = appuser:pass .. you should also enable SSL because the browser sends the password as plain text rest.ssl = true rest.ssl.jks = keys/rest.jks rest.ssl.jks.pass = 123456 > Improved REST Interface > ----------------------- > > Key: ZOOKEEPER-809 > URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ZOOKEEPER-809 > Project: Zookeeper > Issue Type: Improvement > Components: contrib > Reporter: Andrei Savu > Assignee: Andrei Savu > Attachments: SPEC.txt, SPEC.txt, ZOOKEEPER-809.patch, > ZOOKEEPER-809.patch, ZOOKEEPER-809.patch, ZOOKEEPER-809.patch > > > I would like to extend the existing REST Interface to also support: > * configuration > * ephemeral znodes > * watches - PubSubHubbub > * ACLs > * basic authentication > I want to do this because when building web applications that talks directly > to ZooKeeper a REST API it's a lot easier to use (there is no protocol > mismatch) than an API that uses persistent connections. I plan to use the > improved version to build a web-based administrative interface. -- This message is automatically generated by JIRA. - You can reply to this email to add a comment to the issue online.