I just started exploring game development again to give myself a break from my daily work as a data architect. First I had to find tools that would run on a Mac and create games for Android as well as iOS.
I started creating Cactus unit tests for a number of servlet filters in openEPRS. I didn’t get far before encountering a number of strange problems. For the life of me I could not get the cactifywar ant task to add a FilterRedirector to my project’s web.xml. I posted a number of questions to the Cactus user’s mailing list and although I received excellent support from Petar Tahchiev, we could not determine what was causing the problem. I decided to RTFM and to make a long story short…
I decided to spruce up the default page for the openEPRS web services application. The application is implemented using the Jersey RI for JSR-311 REST Web Services. While Jersey provides a nice UI for testing your web services, trying to integrate it into the main application was more trouble than it was worth. Since the framework is still under development, I don’t want to redo all my modifications every time a new version is released. I still wanted to find some way of displaying what services are available and document how they are used.
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