public interface ServerContainer extends WebSocketContainer
For websocket enabled web containers, developers may
obtain a reference to the ServerContainer instance by retrieving it as an
javax.websocket.server.ServerContainer on the
ServletContext. This way, the registration methods held on this interface
may be called to register server endpoints from a ServletContextListener
during the deployment of the WAR file containing the endpoint.
WebSocket implementations that run outside the web container may have other means by which to provide a ServerContainer instance to the developer at application deployment time.
Once the application deployment phase is complete, and the websocket application has begun accepting incoming connections, the registration methods may no longer be called.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Deploys the given annotated endpoint into this ServerContainer during the initialization phase of deploying the application.
connectToServer, connectToServer, connectToServer, connectToServer, getDefaultAsyncSendTimeout, getDefaultMaxBinaryMessageBufferSize, getDefaultMaxSessionIdleTimeout, getDefaultMaxTextMessageBufferSize, getInstalledExtensions, setAsyncSendTimeout, setDefaultMaxBinaryMessageBufferSize, setDefaultMaxSessionIdleTimeout, setDefaultMaxTextMessageBufferSize
void addEndpoint(Class<?> endpointClass) throws DeploymentException
void addEndpoint(ServerEndpointConfig serverConfig) throws DeploymentException
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