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Jetty example source code file (WebApplicationProxy.java)

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The Jetty WebApplicationProxy.java source code

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package org.mortbay.jetty.ant.utils;

import org.mortbay.jetty.handler.ContextHandlerCollection;

public interface WebApplicationProxy

    public Object getProxiedObject();

     * Starts this web application context.
    public void start();

     * Stops this web application context.
    public void stop();

     * Creates a new Jetty web application context from this object.
     * @param contexts collection of context this application should be added
     *            to.
    public void createApplicationContext(ContextHandlerCollection contexts);


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