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From Willem Jiang <>
Subject Re: CXF 3.1 in OSGi container (equinox)
Date Thu, 23 Dec 2010 02:00:37 GMT
To get all the CXF dependencies bundles to be OSGi ready is not an easy 
thing, that is why ServiceMix spends lots of time to wrap the bundles 

By using these bundles with Karaf will save lots of your time, and with 
the Service CXF features you can install these bundles just by typing a 
simple command line as Freeman had said before.

On 12/22/10 3:28 PM, Christian Schneider wrote:
> I read some days ago on Dan Kulp´s blog that Talend released the first
> version of Talend Service Factory.
> The interesting thing for you is that it contains a complete osgi
> container with Karaf and all dependencies for CXF.
> That should make it much easier for you.
> I also struggled for a while to get CXF running in an Eclipse RCP
> GUI. From what I learned you need the osgi ready dependencies and you
> also have to tune the
> starter as CXF needs some more current libs of java apis on the boot
> class path.
> (also see:
> Best regards
> Christian
> Am 21.12.2010 11:50, schrieb bisior:
>> Hi,
>> Can someone explain me how to run CXF 3.1 in OSGi container? The
>> manifest of
>> cxf-2.3.1.jar looks OK, but there are a lot of missing libraries in
>> the lib
>> directory of the distribution. Finally I have managed to find and resolve
>> all missing constraints, but then CXF had some class loading issues.
>> Maybe CXF is not supporting OSGi fully at the moment? If it suports OSGi
>> some tutorial is must have thing for the developers.
>> BR,
>> Łukasz

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