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The httpj:engine element is used to configure specific instances of the Jetty runtime. It has a single attribute, port, that specifies the number of the port being managed by the Jetty instance.


You can specify a value of 0 for the port attribute. Any threading properties specified in an httpj:engine element with its port attribute set to 0 are used as the configuration for all Jetty listeners that are not explicitly configured.

Each httpj:engine element can have two children: one for configuring security properties and one for configuring the Jetty instance's thread pool. For each type of configuration you can either directly provide the configuration information or you can provide a reference to a set of configuration properties defined in the parent httpj:engine-factory element.

The child elements used to provide the configuration properties are described in Table 15.3.

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