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From Ivan <>
Subject Re: Provided scope dependency is lost for track ?
Date Thu, 13 Jan 2011 07:28:53 GMT
Hmm, I think that I find the problem, it is not caused by the provided scope
dependency. The issue is caused by some Geronimo packages are exported by
framework bundle. And those packages are not included correctly while
calculating the import packages. The easiest way is to add all the export
packages by framework except for those with java prefix.

2011/1/13 Ivan <>

> Hi,
>     While working on the GERONIMO-5680, I am trying to use
> DependencyManager to track all the parent bundle of the target bundle, then
> using package admin service to find all the export packages provided by
> those parents. It works for me while deploying the application. But while I
> am trying to make it also work in the car-maven-plugin, I got some problems
> with provided scope depedency. Those dependency bundles are not recorded in
> the geronimo-plugin.xml and environment, as they are supposed to be ready by
> the container, but those dependency bundles are really required on the
> runtime.
>     I wonder that is there a way to get a 'full' dependency list except
> changing the car-maven-plugin ?
>     Thanks.
> --
> Ivan


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