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Test [message #1214] Mon, 18 September 2006 15:57 Go to next message
Frank Gerhardt is currently offline Frank Gerhardt
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Is this newsgroup dead?

Frank.
Re: Test [message #1240 is a reply to message #1214] Mon, 18 September 2006 17:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Glenn Everitt is currently offline Glenn Everitt
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Not dead, mostly waiting. The corona-dev list is active because we just
getting ready to release code that will be useful to end users. We have
mostly working on infrastructure code which had little direct user benefit
until now so this list has been comatose. We hope to wake up in the next
couple of weeks.

Glenn Everitt

"Frank Gerhardt" <fg@frankgerhardt.com> wrote in message
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> Is this newsgroup dead?
>
> Frank.
Re: Test [message #1265 is a reply to message #1240] Mon, 18 September 2006 21:11 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: eishays.us.ibm.com

Will we see you at the Server-Side Eclipse Symposium @ Eclipse Summit
Europe?

Glenn Everitt wrote:
> Not dead, mostly waiting. The corona-dev list is active because we just
> getting ready to release code that will be useful to end users. We have
> mostly working on infrastructure code which had little direct user benefit
> until now so this list has been comatose. We hope to wake up in the next
> couple of weeks.
>
> Glenn Everitt
>
> "Frank Gerhardt" <fg@frankgerhardt.com> wrote in message
> news:eemfli$e19$2@utils.eclipse.org...
>> Is this newsgroup dead?
>>
>> Frank.
>
>
Re: Test [message #1309 is a reply to message #1265] Tue, 19 September 2006 17:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Dennis O'Flynn is currently offline Dennis O'Flynn
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Unfortunately, no one from the Corona team is able to attend the server-side
Eclipse symposium. The Corona project is very interested in promoting the
use of Eclipse frameworks within a server-side environment. Part of
Corona's goal is to provide a server-side Eclipse environment used to host
OSGi Bundles (and non-UI Eclipse Plugins) used for collaboration.

So, we are eager to learn about the outcomes from the symmposium.

-Dennis

"Eishay Smith" <eishays@us.ibm.com> wrote in message
news:een225$kh3$1@utils.eclipse.org...
> Will we see you at the Server-Side Eclipse Symposium @ Eclipse Summit
> Europe?
>
> Glenn Everitt wrote:
>> Not dead, mostly waiting. The corona-dev list is active because we just
>> getting ready to release code that will be useful to end users. We have
>> mostly working on infrastructure code which had little direct user
>> benefit until now so this list has been comatose. We hope to wake up in
>> the next couple of weeks.
>>
>> Glenn Everitt
>>
>> "Frank Gerhardt" <fg@frankgerhardt.com> wrote in message
>> news:eemfli$e19$2@utils.eclipse.org...
>>> Is this newsgroup dead?
>>>
>>> Frank.
>>
Re: Test [message #1326 is a reply to message #1309] Tue, 19 September 2006 20:05 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: eishays.us.ibm.com

We have our plugins running very nicely on the server side, exposing web
services to LAMP and .NOT apps. Really hoped to see you there and hear
your take on this.
--eishay

Dennis O'Flynn wrote:
> Unfortunately, no one from the Corona team is able to attend the server-side
> Eclipse symposium. The Corona project is very interested in promoting the
> use of Eclipse frameworks within a server-side environment. Part of
> Corona's goal is to provide a server-side Eclipse environment used to host
> OSGi Bundles (and non-UI Eclipse Plugins) used for collaboration.
>
> So, we are eager to learn about the outcomes from the symmposium.
>
> -Dennis
>
> "Eishay Smith" <eishays@us.ibm.com> wrote in message
> news:een225$kh3$1@utils.eclipse.org...
>> Will we see you at the Server-Side Eclipse Symposium @ Eclipse Summit
>> Europe?
>>
>> Glenn Everitt wrote:
>>> Not dead, mostly waiting. The corona-dev list is active because we just
>>> getting ready to release code that will be useful to end users. We have
>>> mostly working on infrastructure code which had little direct user
>>> benefit until now so this list has been comatose. We hope to wake up in
>>> the next couple of weeks.
>>>
>>> Glenn Everitt
>>>
>>> "Frank Gerhardt" <fg@frankgerhardt.com> wrote in message
>>> news:eemfli$e19$2@utils.eclipse.org...
>>>> Is this newsgroup dead?
>>>>
>>>> Frank.
>
Re: Test [message #1711 is a reply to message #1326] Wed, 20 September 2006 13:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joel Hawkins is currently offline Joel Hawkins
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Registered: July 2009
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Hi Eishay,

This sounds interesting - which SOAP stack did you use? What's your take
on JAX-WS in OSGi?

I've been working on OSGi support for some apache projects (Muse and
Tuscany) with the intention of using them in Corona. We've got a release
of Muse coming out this month, which uses Axis2 inside of Equinox to
provide WSDM support. I've got some initial code in Tuscany for supporting
SCA within OSGi (which we demonstrated at EclipseWorld), but there's more
work to do.

Are you running LAMP components within OSGi? I don't think anyone's
working on a PHP container yet, but there are containers for groovy, ruby,
spring and javascript.

Cheers,
Joel
Re: Test [message #1717 is a reply to message #1711] Wed, 20 September 2006 16:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: eishays.us.ibm.com

We are using Axis 1.3, didn't try the JAX-WS in OSGi.
The LAMP and .NET environments we interact with are just consumers of
the web services and not embedded in the OSGi. Having Axis2 and SCA in
your environment is great, we'll be happy to check the opportunity to
switch to the corona platform once its stable.
--eishay

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Joel Hawkins wrote:
> Hi Eishay,
>
> This sounds interesting - which SOAP stack did you use? What's your take
> on JAX-WS in OSGi?
>
> I've been working on OSGi support for some apache projects (Muse and
> Tuscany) with the intention of using them in Corona. We've got a release
> of Muse coming out this month, which uses Axis2 inside of Equinox to
> provide WSDM support. I've got some initial code in Tuscany for
> supporting SCA within OSGi (which we demonstrated at EclipseWorld), but
> there's more work to do.
>
> Are you running LAMP components within OSGi? I don't think anyone's
> working on a PHP container yet, but there are containers for groovy,
> ruby, spring and javascript.
>
> Cheers,
> Joel
>
Re: Test [message #1726 is a reply to message #1717] Wed, 20 September 2006 17:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joel Hawkins is currently offline Joel Hawkins
Messages: 3
Registered: July 2009
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SCA and JAX-WS require Java 5.0 or better. Are you OK with that, or do you
need support for 1.4? I know for Muse we're looking at deploying onto
mobile devices (some of the more limited OSGi environments). These only
support 1.4 (and only recently!). Do you have requirements for these
environments?
Re: Test [message #1734 is a reply to message #1726] Thu, 21 September 2006 03:01 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: eishays.us.ibm.com

We are using java 1.4 mainly since some of the application servers out
there are still using it (though it should change at 2007). Are you
intending to run the web services server side on a mobile devices? I
don't think we are. At most our clients will run on mobile devices, but
they are merely consumers of the web services and not part of OHF.

Joel Hawkins wrote:
> SCA and JAX-WS require Java 5.0 or better. Are you OK with that, or do
> you need support for 1.4? I know for Muse we're looking at deploying
> onto mobile devices (some of the more limited OSGi environments). These
> only support 1.4 (and only recently!). Do you have requirements for
> these environments?
>
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