Please read first the articlefor general information.
You can use the Jetty of the JobScheduler for your own application.
- We assume we have an application in /home/[ ]/my_app which calls a java servlet via ajax with ./myappservlet?some=query.
- We assume the Java servlet class is com.my.apps.MyServlet and it is complied in com.my.apps.jar.
The following steps are necessary to call the application by
where  and [ have to substitute with the hostname and the jetty port of the JobScheduler.
- Put the my_app.jar into the JobScheduler java class path
- Create a folder my_app in the JobScheduler ./lib directory and store the com.my.apps.jar in this new folder.
- Open the ./config/factory.ini and add the com.my.apps.jar to the class path
- Add the following servlet elements to the ./config/web.xml (where [ have to substitute with the username of the JobScheduler).
Restart the JobScheduler and call