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From François Papon <francois.pa...@openobject.fr>
Subject Re: JPA (Hibernate) with Apache Karaf 4.2
Date Tue, 29 May 2018 19:14:10 GMT
Hi Alex,

We have already start example in a dev guide and planned to released it in the 4.2.1 or Karaf.

You have a preview on the JB repo :

https://github.com/jbonofre/karaf/tree/DEV_GUIDE/examples

There is JPA example working with Hibernate.

Hope it can help and you are welcome to contribute :)

François

Le 29 mai 2018 10:54 PM, alex09 <alexander.culum@web.de> a écrit :
>
> Hi there, 
>
> being new to OSGi, I have difficulties getting demos/examples/tutorials to 
> run (esp. with JPA) with Apache Karaf 4.2. 
>
> I tried all these resources: 
> * Apache Aries 2.7 JPA examples: 
> https://github.com/apache/aries-jpa/tree/master/examples (also user 
> documentation is not accurate for the current Karaf versions) 
> * Tutorials at http://karaf.apache.org/documentation.html#tutorials, which 
> don't work as liquid-reality.de has not been available for weeks now (I 
> found some of them here, but still they don't work: 
> https://github.com/cschneider/Karaf-Tutorial) 
> * Apache Aries 2.7: The Blog Example: 
> http://aries.apache.org/modules/samples/blog-sample.html 
> * Hibernate Demos: 
> https://github.com/hibernate/hibernate-demos/tree/master/hibernate-orm/osgi 
> (also reflecting the outdated user documentation) 
> * also the Entwicklerpress 143 book "OSGi Entwicklung" and Enterprise OSGi 
> in Action 
>
> All without success, the sample are really dated and there is a lot more to 
> do than just simple changes - this is difficult for someone coming new to 
> this topic. 
> I'd certainly volunteer for helping with this, but as there is no starting 
> point currently, this is complicated. 
>
> So my question is: are there any plans to create a new, sound 
> description/documentation/tutorial/example for JPA/Hibernate on Apache Karaf 
> 4.x? Or isn't this supposed to work anymore as there are better practices 
> for persistence in OSGi? 
>
> Thanks & Best 
>
> Alex 
>
>
>
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