|Equinox/Jetty Works Out-of-the-Box? Not [message #117261]
||Wed, 10 September 2008 13:53
| Geoffry Roberts
Registered: July 2009
"[Suggested] If you're using Eclipse it might be far simpler to "import" a
team project set with everything needed. "
According to the literature, the file jettyhttp-anon.psf contains the
bundles required to run the jetty servlet container inside equnox.
I am running eclipse Ganymede and all the above bundles are present in the
distribution so one might assume I'm good to go. However, the following
two bundles are not a part of my set up when I run the diag command on the
I'm looking for the best way to include them. As yet, I can find no
proper update site. Instead, I find a download
org.osgi.compendium-1.2.0-project.zip that appears to have the missing
bits but does not appear to be setup for eclipse.
Before I head down the road of creating bundles I'd like to ask:
1. I there an update site for these?
2. Am I simply missing something?
For good measure, the results of running diag is included below.
osgi> diag 7221
initial@reference :file:plugins/org.eclipse.equinox.http.jetty_1.1.0.v20080425 .jar/
Direct constraints which are unresolved:
Missing imported package org.eclipse.equinox.http.servlet_1.0.0.
Missing imported package org.osgi.service.cm_1.2.0.
Leaf constraints in the dependency chain which are unresolved:
initial@reference :file:plugins/org.eclipse.equinox.http.servlet_1.0.100.v2008 0427-0830.jar/
Missing imported package org.osgi.service.http_1.2.0.