are you talking JBoss[/Jetty] or JBoss/Tomcat ?
If Jetty - then "NO" as I suspect that Tomcat's Manager app uses proprietary APIs to manage Tomcat. These would not be preent in a Jetty deployment.
Jetty has it's own admin servlet - but you should be using the jmx-console to manage the integrated webcontainer otherwise JBoss will not be kept abreast of what is going on.
I speaking of Tomcat 4.0.3/4
I want to be able to get lists of Servlets and to start and stop deployed servlets.
This is done in catalina using a servlet called "manager",
but it appears to be privileged, if I deploy it using the static deploy method (directory: manager.war)
I use Jboss3/tomcat4, how config tomcat4 to run "manager" from explorer.
Has anyone figured this out yet?