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From Nicolas Péon <nicolas.p...@live.fr>
Subject RE: Installation process and active state
Date Fri, 28 Jan 2011 12:56:44 GMT

Thanks for the reply, I took a look at the arch command so I installed the gogo bundles but
I didn't understand how to interact with the gogo bundle. I would like to use the gogo bundle
to execute request like I did with the old felix shell.
I used the org.apache.felix.shell.ShellService interface to call the executeCommand(String,
PrintStream, PrintStream);
Is there a simple way to do the same with the gogo bundle?
> From: issac@torito.org
> Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2011 16:35:50 +0100
> Subject: Re: Installation process and active state
> To: users@felix.apache.org
> The bundle which contains A is active, and that doesn't means your service
> is valid.
> you could use the arch command
> http://felix.apache.org/site/ipojo-arch-command.html
> to see the state of the service A
> 2011/1/24 Nicolas Péon <nicolas.peon@live.fr>
> >
> > Hi every one,
> > I'm developing an application in which I use Ipojo. My problem is that when
> > a bundle is in the active mode from the felix console, it doesn't mean that
> > the services it provides are running. I have a service A that need another
> > service, B. B is not present in the felix framework but A appears to be
> > active. So my question is, is there a way to know if A has all its reference
> > resolved or not?
> > Regards,Nicolas.
> -- 
> Issac Noé García Garza
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