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From Forrest Xia <>
Subject Re: Progress on osgi-friendliness
Date Thu, 19 May 2011 02:05:26 GMT
I will give a try in the tck env, and update any findings. Thanks
David for the quick fix.


On 5/19/11, David Jencks <> wrote:
> This version had some problems such as the standalone commands (e.g. deploy)
> and the app client not starting.  I've fixed these and started integrating
> the aries 0.3 eba-with-isolation stuff.  The server starts for me but I
> haven't tried anything with eba yet beyond seeing that the bundles start.
> I've also figured out an easier way to generate a source bundle.  Latest is
> at
> any comments would be great!
> thanks
> david jencks
> On May 16, 2011, at 6:47 PM, David Jencks wrote:
>> I've run into too many problems getting the 3.0-osgi branch to work
>> reliably so I've started trying to port some of the important changes to
>> trunk to make trunk more osgi-friendly without eliminating so much of the
>> geronimo infrastructure.   I think it may make sense to try to make the
>> user experience as osgi-friendly as possible and get ee certified and then
>> try again with an architecture cleanup.
>> I've ported one important piece locally, making gbeans into kind of a
>> generic extender mechanism so the bundle a gbean class is loaded from is
>> not the configuration bundle.  Each gbean info now includes the bundle
>> symbolic name of the bundle containing its class.    At the moment the
>> tomcat and jetty full ee servers start and the admin console appears to
>> work OK.  I've put a source tar.gz on my apache space at
>> in case anyone else wants
>> to take a look.  I'm working in git and this is several git commits so
>> this doesn't include much info that would make it easy to compare with
>> current trunk.  If anyone has any other formats they would like to look at
>> let me know and I'll try to come up with something useful.
>> thanks!
>> david jencks

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