[Red5] Run Red5 in A Servlet Container
mrchrisallen at gmail.com
Mon Oct 30 18:20:18 EST 2006
It''s not a pain, and the feature will be available shortly. Paul is
working on it. (see the other thread)
You should be able to deploy the WAR file on your server to get it
working. I'm not sure about Resin, but I don't think it has any
specific code for any particular container, so should be good to go.
Paul is of course the expert on this, so I defer to him if I'm wrong.
On 10/30/06, John Kirby <jjkirby at comcast.net> wrote:
> I'm a newbie. So I want to run red5 on my ISP server which has Java 1.5 on
> a Resin webserver.
> My type of account doesn't allow shells to be run, telnet, or even
> runtime.exec() via servlet :-(
> So my only option (other than upgrading by $20/month to a new plan) would
> be taking the source and trying to make it run within a servlet container.
> Something tells me this is possible but a real pain? Can anyone save me
> the agony if this has been tried and doesn't work?
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