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Problem in loading Virgo bundles for vSphere v6.5 [message #1791297] Wed, 27 June 2018 19:24 Go to next message
David Oz is currently offline David OzFriend
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We're working on upgrading our Virgo development environment for working with vSphere v6.5 (our current version works with vSphere v5.5, and it works ok)
We have 5 Java Eclipse projects that represent 5 different OSGi bundles (compilation output is 5 jar files).
The providerAdapter bundle is deployed on the Virgo server and relies on the other 4 bundles.
After extracting the vsphere-Webclient-sdk-6.5.0-8307201 zip, and adjusting the Eclipse projects settings accordingly, we place the 4 jar files under
vsphere-Webclient-sdk-6.5.0-8307201\flex-client-sdk\vsphere-client\server\repository\usr as instructed.
However, it seems that these jars are not loaded as part of the Virgo server startup, and we end up with an error message:
An Import-Package could not be resolved. Resolver error data <Import-Package: com.e.e.v.common.models.deploy; version="1.0.0">. Caused by missing constraint in bundle <com.e.s.s.v.providerAdapters_1.0.0.SNAPSHOT>
constraint: <Import-Package: com.e.e.v.common.models.deploy; version="1.0.0">
I should note the com.e.e.v.common is one of the 4 bundles which providerAdapters relies on.

We've also tried placing the jars under vsphere-Webclient-sdk-6.5.0-8307201\flex-client-sdk\vsphere-client\server\repository\ext folder, but get the same result.


Dave O
Re: Problem in loading Virgo bundles for vSphere v6.5 [message #1791609 is a reply to message #1791297] Mon, 02 July 2018 21:00 Go to previous message
Florian Waibel is currently offline Florian WaibelFriend
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Hi David,

there is not much we can do to help you with the given information.

How do you generate the OSGi metadata of the common bundle?
Does the "common" bundle resolve properly when deployed via pickup folder and exports the required package?

Regards,
florian

[Updated on: Mon, 02 July 2018 21:03]

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