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From "Arjun Panday (Updated) (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (FELIX-3128) A Service Diagnostics service and graphical WebConsole plugin
Date Tue, 11 Oct 2011 14:37:11 GMT

     [ https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FELIX-3128?page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels:all-tabpanel

Arjun Panday updated FELIX-3128:

    Attachment: org.apache.felix.servicediagnostics.tgz

Please find attached the servicediagnostics code updated with ASF license headers. 

Please let me know if I forgot something else. 

cksum org.apache.felix.servicediagnostics.tgz 
3051510335 53872 org.apache.felix.servicediagnostics.tgz

> A Service Diagnostics service and graphical WebConsole plugin
> -------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: FELIX-3128
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FELIX-3128
>             Project: Felix
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>          Components: Web Console
>            Reporter: Arjun Panday
>            Assignee: Carsten Ziegeler
>            Priority: Minor
>         Attachments: org.apache.felix.servicediagnostics.tgz, servicediagnostics.tar.gz
> Hi all,
> I'd like to suggest/contribute the attached project.
> The project aims at easing diagnostics of OSGi services and finding about missing dependencies.
> Typically in a large system with many cascading dependencies managed by different trackers
such as DeclarativeService, DependencyManager or others, tracking the root cause of a top
level service not being started can become very cumbersome. When building service oriented
architectures, it is often the case that a single missing requirement will lock a full stack
of services, but to find that one requirement is like finding a needle in a haystack!
> The basic idea here is to ask each dependency manager instance about its unresolved dependencies,
merge all answers and filter the result to keep only the root causes.
> Typically, if A depends on B which depends on C which depends on D, and D is nowhere
to be found, I need only show the "C -> D" missing requirement; if D is resolved, then
the whole stack is unlocked.
> Similarly, if D is known by another dependency management system, but unregistered because
it depends on E which is missing, then only the "D -> E" requirement is relevant.
> The proposed code is composed as follows:
> * servicediagnostics: the API package. It holds the main service interface as well as
the plugin interface, to extend to other dependency management systems
> * servicediagnostics.impl: the implementation package. It contains plugins implementations
for org.apache.felix.scr and org.apache.felix.dependencymanager, as well as the main service
> * servicediagnostics.webconsole: a Felix WebConsole plugin that displays a graphical
view of the diagnostics result. Alternatively it can also show a graph of all services currently
registered in the service registry and the bundles using them. See Screenshot-notavail.png
and Screenshot-all.png. Using the Raphael graffle library (http://raphaeljs.com/graffle.html)
allows for nice interactive views of the service registry. 
> The attached package is provided as a maven project, along with a sample runner. Simply
untar the files, run mvn install and then run.sh. 
> Follow the Readme file  for details.
> It is not perfect and still needs some improvements (in handling service filters for
instance) but as such it is already quite useful. 
> I hope you'll like the idea. 
> Regards,
> Arjun

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