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From Michael Dick <>
Subject Re: Using OpenJPA on OSGi, with Aries JPA and JNDI services
Date Wed, 22 Sep 2010 18:36:10 GMT
 I don't think the list handles attachments (or if it does there seems to be
some black magic involved).

I'd suggest opening a JIRA and attaching it there. That way we have proof
that you accepted the contributor's agreement and there's a record of where
the files came from.

It sounds like we'd be able to include this in our integration module in the
build - failing that we can put it on the wiki / homepage. Either way I'd
probably start with a JIRA.

And thanks  for contributing the code !


On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 12:25 PM, Harald Wellmann <> wrote:

> I can offer a simple example project with 3 tiny bundles and a Pax Exam
> integration test, using only OpenJPA, basic OSGi and the JPA and JNDI
> Services from Aries, no Blueprint or anything else.
> This could not only serve as example code, but maybe even as a start for
> OSGi related tests in the OpenJPA test suite.
> There's just 5 simple classes and actually more POM XML than Java ;-)
> What's the best way to contribute this code? An email attachment on this
> list? A JIRA attachment? A sandbox in any SVN repository...?
> Best regards,
> Harald
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