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From Jean-Baptiste Onofré ...@nanthrax.net>
Subject Re: Minimal karaf distro
Date Sat, 25 Jan 2014 14:23:56 GMT
Hi,

it's one of the purpose of Karaf Cave: provide an Karaf Features 
"Global" Repository. The features are no more embedded into Karaf 
directly: Karaf connect to Cave repository providing all features 
(likely gathering different feature repositories).

Regards
JB

On 01/25/2014 03:13 PM, sekaijin wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I think the idea of ​​being able to create scalable distributions is
> interresting.
> I defined (version 2.2.2) a distribution, with Karaf core, JPA, JTA,  and
> Camel.
> this diistribution is the basis for a solution for my business that adds a
> number of features specific to our business.
> I did not use ServiceMix or Fuse because my need was not to have ESB. not
> need CXF NMR etc..
>
> To achieve this distribution with version 2.2.2,I had to completely replace
> the featrues defined in Karaf. Karaf base  and Karaf enterprise was
> unsuitable.
>
> in this discussion, you talk about :
> - Karaf core (as you propose)
> - Karaf net (a "lightweight" distribution bootstrapped with an Internet
> connection)
> - Karaf minimal (like the net one but with all embedded in the system
> repository)
> - Karaf (the "complete" distribution)
>
> If we create some "package" like Database, JNDI, Transaction, etc.. in
> different featrues files. and not in karaf enterprise, we open the
> possibility of to create custom distributions that take one or more package
> for specific uses based on Karaf core, Karaf net or Karaf minimal. the full
> distribution is only the sum of the other.
>
> today my distribution is not based on anything. Because Karaf base (2.2.2)
> contains elements that I had to withdraw.
>
> A+JYT
> PS sorry for my approximative english.
>
>
>
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Jean-Baptiste Onofré
jbonofre@apache.org
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