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From Rex Wang <rwo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: New OSGi related portlet and json lib?
Date Wed, 08 Sep 2010 02:07:05 GMT
2010/9/7 Rick McGuire <rickmcg@gmail.com>

>  On 9/6/2010 5:25 AM, Rex Wang wrote:
>
>> Hi devs,
>>
>> I have an OSGi related portlet and hope can commit to trunk, but before
>> that, there are a couple of issues need your insight.
>> 1.
>> Currently, this portlet have 2 functions:
>> One is to view all the bundles installed in karaf framework and their
>> status,  menifest, etc.
>> The other one is user can use it to install bundles into karaf. However, I
>> am uncertain if we should provide this function to end users. Because in
>> spite of we can install bundles by using "geronimo run" and go into the
>> karaf shell, it seems we intentionally hide the karaf shell to users and
>> don't recommend user to do that. Then, should we provide the "install
>> bundle" function in web console?
>>
> I don't see why this function should not be provided to the end users,
> although I also don't need to see the need to advertise that this is the
> "karaf shell" vs. the "geronimo server".  The console functions should be
> displaying the bundles installed on the server, allow you to install
> additional bundles in the server respository, etc.
>
> I have more concerns about this duplicating the function of the repository
> portlet.  I think some of the information and functions you're describing
> probably should be performed as repository management operations.  For
> example, installing a bundle should involve adding the jar to the repository
> and then installing it in the framework.

Thanks for you comments!
I think we can remove the repository portlet, normal jar(such as jdbc
driver) can also be installed into our repository by bundle installation.
However, the kind of jar has no effect in osgi framework..

>
>
>
>> 2.
>> To make our console work better/easier with dojo/ajax, we might re-bundle
>> the json lib and build it with our server.
>> The new OSGi portlets and some other potential pages(Shawn ever talked
>> with me about this) need consume it to code easily.
>> Is there any issue you foresee about this? I have viewed the license of
>> json at http://www.json.org/license.html, seems it is very friendly.
>>
>
> This looks like something we can easily release in bundle form.
>
>
>>
>> --
>> Lei Wang (Rex)
>> rwonly AT apache.org <http://apache.org>
>>
>
>


-- 
Lei Wang (Rex)
rwonly AT apache.org

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