I second Guillaume here: ACE won't help on the feature, and basically Karaf 4 already provides most of ACE features.
On 08/01/2016 01:49 PM, Guillaume Nodet wrote:
Karaf 4.x supports upgrading features (hence bundles) out-of-the box.
I'm not really sure what Ace really brings in this context.
2016-08-01 13:32 GMT+02:00 Hari Madhavan <firstname.lastname@example.org
We are developing a health-care domain product and use Felix as the
OSGI implementation and Karaf as the platform for production
deployment. One of the requirements for the product is to be able to
upgrade bundles automatically across all deployments. I was looking
to use Apache Ace to achieve this.
While I could get the ace server and client to work independently, I
could not get a recent maven artefact tor the Ace client to deploy
on Karaf. I noticed that the version on maven is more than 5 years
old ( and incubator status ).
Is ace the right product for providing automatic distribution of
upgrades for OSGI bundles when running on Karaf ? Are there other
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