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CXF D-OSGI, ServletBridge and Equinox... [message #134019] Thu, 02 July 2009 15:32 Go to next message
Gary Pinkham is currently offline Gary PinkhamFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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I'm wondering if anyone else is running CXF under the Servlet Bridge in
Equinox.. I ask because of an issue I'm struggling with.. CXF DOSGI
comes in two distributions.. One is a single jar which has all it's
dependencies inside.. This works fine.. But I want to be able to better
manage the dependent jars.. So I'm now trying the distribution which has
separate jars for CXF and it's dependencies.. When I try this CXF
won't resolve.. It has a "Package uses conflict". Specifically
Import-Package:; version="2.1.0". When I try Packages from the console I see the eclipse update configurator bundle
and the apache service mix bundle (CXF dependency)..

So my question is.. Any idea how to resolve this conflict.. I'm really
at a loss.. I saw a blog on it that described changing the manifest..
This is only good for things you control.. not for 3rd party libraries..

Thanks in advance!
Re: CXF D-OSGI, ServletBridge and Equinox... [message #515484 is a reply to message #134019] Thu, 18 February 2010 22:26 Go to previous message
Yashavanth  is currently offline Yashavanth Friend
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Registered: February 2010
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Even I am facing the same issue, interestingly The dependency will be resolved when I launch equinox directly through command prompt ( I mean ruuning directly on JDK 1.6 ).

If any of you resolved this issue please post the solution.

Many Thanks
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