[Red5] Query server status from outside
mondain at gmail.com
Sun Nov 1 10:02:00 PST 2009
If i have time later i'll post how to get the stream names, but for now I
would like to point out that if you were using an IDE with code completion
you would see that your statement is false. The ApplicationContext does have
the method getBean, as shown in the spring docs
use it all the time, so I know its there.
The samples are not perfect but they have helped thousands of people find
their way so you may want to look a little deeper and do some testing before
saying they are "unusable".
On Sun, Nov 1, 2009 at 9:43 AM, Thomas <iamkenzo at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 2:07 PM, Dominick Accattato <dominick at red5.org>
> > btw, we have listed several ways on how to get the applicationContext up
> > the trac.red5.org site under documentation.
> The examples provided are unclear and thus unusable. I tried compiling
> the stuff posted and it didn't work. I added an I to the class names
> and it did compile, but "now what?". ApplicationContext#getBean does
> not exist although it's posted as such on the samples' page.
> My goal is to get the list of all currently published streams. How to do
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