Hiya there Jesse!
Been a long time. Congrats on the move to Eclipse btw.
I appreciate your sharing your positive experience with the bundle plugin. Once I get out of the pile of **** weighing me down I can't wait to start rediscovering it.
jetty has been shipping osgi marked up artifacts for quite some
time...and now that we are at eclipse we are working on increasing our
support for osgi things...
the latest version of the felix bundle-maven-plugin (2.0.0) has been a
good version bump for us, just fyi :)
On Thu, Apr 16, 2009 at 10:27, Alex Karasulu <email@example.com> wrote:
> Glenn feel free to just jump on board and work with us. We can use all the
> hands we can get.
> On Wed, Apr 15, 2009 at 8:23 AM, Everitt, Glenn
> <Glenn.Everitt@compuware.com> wrote:
>> Thanks for the suggestions Chris. I've been watching the discussion of
>> ApacheDS in an OSGi bundle for a couple of months so I understand that this
>> is leading edge project. I'll work through your suggestions and let you
>> know what I found. Thanks again - Glenn Everitt
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>> From: Chris Custine [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>> Sent: Tuesday, April 14, 2009 5:28 PM
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>> Subject: Re: ApacheDS OSGi configuration
>> This OSGi bundle module is rather experimental at the moment and probably
>> depends greatly on the ServiceMix 4 Kernel and its packages dependencies.
>> If the Spring DM extender is finding the META-INF/spring/server.xml file and
>> trying to start the server, then there should be some errors or something in
>> the logs. Embedding in other OSGi containers is definitely one of the
>> eventual goals, but I have not tried to use anything other than Felix and
>> ServiceMix Kernel at this point. If you want to post any errors or log info
>> that might help, I would be happy to help you work through it.
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>> On Tue, Apr 14, 2009 at 7:12 AM, Glenn Everitt <email@example.com>
>>> I'm trying to get ApacheDS running under equinox but having some
>>> configuration problems. (Not sure this should be dev list or user list so
>>> my apologies.)
>>> I've downloaded and build apacheds\all and apacheds\osgi and I think
>>> they build correctly
>>> all\target contains apacheds-all-1.5.5-SNAPSHOT.jar size 8KB and
>>> apacheds-all-1.5.5-SNAPSHOT-app.jar size 6,938KB
>>> osgi\target contains apacheds-osgi-1.5.5-SNAPSHOT.jar size 3,685KB
>>> I'm trying to configure to run in equinox rather than felix ( long
>>> story). So, I used eclipse to create a project from the jar
>>> apacheds-all-1.5.5-SNAPSHOT.jar and I did the same for
>>> apacheds-osgi-1.5.5-SNAPSHOT.jar and then after pulling in a bunch of
>>> apache commons jars into a "library" bundle everything seems to have
>>> resolved. Next I added to a debug configuration in eclipse I have equinox
>>> starting up and I have the bundles "org.apache.directory.all" and
>>> "org.apache.directory.server" both in Active state.
>>> However the "org.apache.directory.server" (osgi bundle) should be
>>> registering services. I noticed the server.xml in the examples folder which
>>> looks like a spring configuration file and the default settings seemed
>>> reasonable. So, I added a spring folder in the META-INF folder and copied
>>> the server.xml into it. I restarted equinox and using the equinox osgi
>>> console "bundle" command I was hoping to see that the services defined in
>>> the servers.xml would have been started. Unfortunately, they were not
>>> started and I found the activator pointing to
>>> org.eclipse.equinox.http.jetty.internal.Activator - it doesn't look like it
>>> does anything to register the services so it must be up to the spring
>>> configuration in servers.xml. I'm not sure why this isn't working. Also, I
>>> am not sure what core file is located here generated by Apache XBean:
>>> It looks like it binds interceptor names to implementation classes. If
>>> you have any information about how to configure these bundles I would
>>> appreciate it.
>>> Thanks (ApacheDS is great software - I've using it "outside" of equinox
>>> and am impressed with the feature set and stability.)
>>> Glenn Everitt
> Alex Karasulu
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