|Re: servletbridge and org.osgi.framework.system.packages.extra [message #1228294 is a reply to message #1222473]
||Mon, 06 January 2014 17:27
|| Ralf Sternberg
Registered: July 2009
Sorry, I've lost sight of this, but I'd like to follow-up.|
On 20.12.2013 15:14, Thomas Watson wrote:
> If you don't have an extension bundle I would have expected the method
> to create one automatically for you.
The extensionbundle is created, but unless it's listed in the
config.ini, it won't be installed. My naive idea was that if the
packages I need are specified in the packages.extra property, the
extension bundle would not be needed anymore.
The problem with the extensionbundle is that it is not added to the
config.ini/bundles.info by build tools (because they don't know about
this thing) and it has to be added manually later.
> Would you be able to tell at runtime if the system bundle is exporting
> the packages you are specifying?
I've enabled the equinox console, and indeed the system bundle exports
the extra packages. I found that I have to add explicit version numbers
to the packages.extra property to satisfy my application bundle's
imports, now it's starting. However, the servletbridge bundle doesn't
start whithout the extensionbundle because of:
osgi> start 6
gogo: BundleException: Could not resolve module:
Unresolved requirement: osgi.wiring.package;
So I guess my question comes down to: why is the extensionbundle needed
at all, and is there a way to do without?
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