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From Marc Schaaf <>
Subject Re: CXF-DOSGi passing the OSGi Remote Services and Remote Service Admin CT
Date Fri, 11 Jun 2010 14:32:30 GMT

I just committed some changes which remove the "severe" messages that
where produced during the normal operation of the Topology Manager. Two
of them where obsolete by now and one concerned some missing
functionality of the Topology Manager that I've now added. This
concerned in particular the behaviour of the Topology Manager regarding
the import of services when the DSW is detected/added after the service
to be imported was found which is supported now.


On 05/12/2010 06:40 PM, David Bosschaert wrote:
> Hi all,
> Earlier this week the OSGi Alliance has approved the OSGi 4.2
> Enterprise Conformance Tests and Reference Implementations. The
> CXF-DOSGi project [1] is the Reference Implementation for the
> following OSGi 4.2 specs [2]:
> * Chapter 13 - Remote Services
> This spec describes Distributed OSGi from a user's point of view. It
> standardizes the properties that can be put on an OSGi service to make
> it available remotely and how a consumer can find out whether it's
> dealing with a local service or a remote one.
> * Chapter 122 - Remote Services Admin
> This spec standardizes the interfaces between internal components
> Remote Services implementations typically have. A Distribution
> Provider, Topology Manager and Discovery System. This makes it
> possible to mix&match these components from various implementations.
> For more information see slides 6-8 at [3].
> Many kudos to Marc Schaaf as he did a lot of the recent RI work.
> Also many kudos to Tim Diekmann from TIBCO who wrote the actual CT
> tests despite his busy schedule.
> So now that we have a passing RI I think it would make sense to start
> planning a CXF-DOSGi release. I'm wondering what we should do before
> that...
> 1. There are some SEVERE 'warnings' coming up, I believe from the
> Topology Manager. We should probably take a look at those.
> 2. I once added some Discovery system tests, which I ended up not
> enabling because of memory issues. I might want to try and get them
> working on all platforms.
> 3. Anything else?
> Best regards,
> David
> [1]
> [2]
> [3]

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