|#* Bundles that are stopped are shown as *Resolved*. You can start the bundle with the following steps using the *Start* button: |
|Steps for managing the installed bundles in the table: |
|# Select the check box of the bundle that you want to take action on. |
# Click *Start*, *Stop*, or *Uninstall* according to your specific action.
You can use the OSGI Bundles portlet to install and manage bundles. On the administration console, select the OSGI Bundles portlet in the Resources folder from the left navigation panel to access the portlet.
This document is organized into the following sections:
You can install an OSGi Bundle by using the OSGI Bundles portlet on the administration console with the following steps:
Each OSGi Bundle is associated with a start level that enable the server to control the relative starting and stopping order of bundles. Only bundles that have a start level less or equal to the active start level of the server framework must be active. Usually, a bundle with a smaller start level tend to be started earlier.
The OSGI Bundles portlet displays the installed OSGi Bundles and their status in the table under the installation area. You can start, stop and uninstall the bundles in this table.
The table includes four main sections:
Steps for managing the installed bundles in the table:
Double click one bundle in the table, you will see the content of the MANIFEST.MF file of the bundle. This file contains headers that specify information that the server Framework needs to install correctly and activate a bundle. Such information includes: Import-Package, Export-Packages, Bundle-SymbolicName, Bundle-Version, and so on. For more information about the OSGi Bundles, see the OSGi Specifications.