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From "robertbob (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Reopened] (ACE-592) how to use Apache ACE web UI to remotely manage OSGi bundles on many server devices.
Date Wed, 01 Jun 2016 11:06:59 GMT

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robertbob reopened ACE-592:
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                    ACE and FELIX integrated solutions 
        (to support the push and pull mode to achieve BUNDLE installation, uninstall)
      (apache-ace-2.1.0 and felix-framework-5.4.0) 
        
Two application scenarios:
 1) operators to initiate deployment, updates, delete 
 2) due to the gateway detects the smart home devices, automatic SEND a request to  front
ends (such as ACE) TO  obtain the corresponding bundle,
    or users to browse a list of bundle, active through agent to   request download bundle


At present, the first scenario has been able to demonstrate .
the second scenarios : I hope you can help me , thank you very much! 

my email: shengzizai@126.com

>  how to use Apache ACE web UI to remotely manage OSGi bundles on  many server devices.
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: ACE-592
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ACE-592
>             Project: ACE
>          Issue Type: Question
>          Components: Deployment
>            Reporter: robertbob
>             Fix For: 2.1.0
>
>         Attachments: screenshot-1.png
>
>
>   
>     I'm trying to use Apache ACE web UI to remotely manage OSGi bundles on  many server
devices.
>     
>     
>     I followed the documentations   but I can't find out how to actually add a target
 to the server.
>     
>     My steps are as follows : 
>     
>         1. Start the ACE server
>              C:\ace\server-allinone
>  
>              java -Dorg.osgi.service.http.port=8080 -Dorg.apache.ace.server=localhost:8080
-Dorg.apache.ace.obr=localhost:8080  -jar server-allinone.jar
>         2. Start an ACE target
>           C:\ace\target\bin
>           java  -Dagent.identification.agentid=target2  -Dagent.discovery.serverurls=http://localhost:8080
  -jar   ace-launcher.jar   
>    
>         3.Provisioning software
>         
>          (1)Go to the ACE web-based UI, and click Retrieve in order to be sure that
you have the latest version of the repository.
>          If your target is up and running, it should be displayed in the "Targets" column
with a name of target-1;
>           
>           (2) Add the artifacts you want to deploy. This can be done in two ways: either
by dragging-and-dropping them 
>           directly onto the "Actifacts" column (a blue border or line should appear for
the artifacts to be accepted). 
>           Alternatively, you can use the + button above the "Artifacts" column and using
the "Upload" button
>            in the dialog presented for each artifact you want to add;
>            
>            (3) Create a new feature by clicking on the + button above the Features column,
give it a name and acknowledge the dialog;
>            
>                MY QUESTION: What is the rule of data fill  ?
>                
>            (4) Create a distribution by clicking on the + button above the "Distributions"
column, again give it a name 
>            and acknowledge the dialog;
>            
>               MY QUESTION: What is the rule of data fill  ?
>               
>              (5) Next, you can create associations between your artifacts, features,
distributions and targets: 
>              a. select one or more artifacts and drag them onto the feature you created.

>              This will associate these artifacts to your feature; 
>              b. select your feature and drag it onto your distribution, creating an association
between your feature 
>              and distribution; 
>              c. select your distribution and drag it onto your target to associate your
distribution to your target.
> Verify your associations are correct by clicking your artifacts, features and distributions.

>            Doing this should highlight the associations. 
>            
>            (6) To persist the changes, you can use the Store button at the top of
the screen;
> After a couple of seconds, the software is deployed onto the target. 
> If you used the Felix demonstration application, you should be presented with a nice
Swing UI.
>  MY QUESTION:  It doesn't work!   Console does not prompt information  !
>       My other question is: 
>    (1) how to view a TARGET has been installed in the BUNDLE ? 
>          how to  start/stop/uninstall a BUNDLE ?
>          
>     (2)  how to   integration with Apache Felix  using Apache ACE Agent? 
>     
>     Thank you very much for your reply. 



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