|Is Virgo web container capable of using OSGI bundles? [message #760273]
||Thu, 01 December 2011 17:59
| Seref Arikan
Registered: August 2010
I have an existing RestEasy based web application that works fine. I want to use EMF and some other frameworks in this application, but not all frameworks that use EMF are available as standalone. |
So I need to use OSGI runtime in a web application. The sequence of events is as follows:
client request -> || web container || -> RestEasy bound class -> calls some OSGI bundles based functionality, creates response, then sends it back.
I've tried hosting OSGI runtime under apache using the bridge, but that required deploying resteasy as an OSGI bundle which left me exhausted and failed after 3 days.
The following item from Virgo page sounds like what I need, but I'd really appreciate your confirmation:
web container - supports vanilla WAR files, with all their dependencies in WEB-INF/lib, and Web Application Bundles, that import their dependencies via OSGi manifest metadata, via the embedded Tomcat-based reference implementation of the OSGi Web Container specification, configured using the standard Tomcat server.xm
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