ok the good thing, the manifest is actually one generated by the maven-bundle-plugin and not by the deployer :-)

About the expor/import thing. You'll never see any classes imported/exported only the corresponding Packages. 
If the package you are looking for in the war isn't exported by the bundle you expect it to, you'll need to take a closer look on 
the bundle that actually should export those. 
Might be you have the packages in question marked as private-package, in those cases these packages aren't exported. 

You'll need to dig in that direction now, the consuming part seems to be fixed. 

regards, Achim 

2015-01-05 6:04 GMT+01:00 jefoy1101 <jefoy1101@gmail.com>:
Hi Achim, Yes I tried to extract my war file and here is the manifest file
MANIFEST.MF <http://karaf.922171.n3.nabble.com/file/n4037586/MANIFEST.MF>

I am invoking that class from my framework, it is defined in provider.jar

Im seeing this in my manifest in export section


but I think not all the class were exported, and in the import section there
is no entry on my 3 jars


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