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Hello world application on Linux [message #625375] Wed, 18 August 2010 16:06
Thomas Kerle is currently offline Thomas KerleFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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Hello all,
I first describe my problem where I'm stuck in:
1) I set up the server ./eclipse -console -application org.eclipse.ecf.server.generic.server

-->A message indicates that the server is up and running

2) I took the application from org.eclipse.ecf.examples.internal.remoteservices.hello.ds.ho st and made a bundle where I launched after the application in the OSGI-shell with startApp ....

-->The following message I get:
osgi> [log;+0200 2010.08.18

18:01:19:636;WARNING; ion;org.eclipse.core.runtime.Status[plugin=org.eclipse.ecf.o;code=2; redServiceEvent:No remote service containers found for serviceReference={com.haslerrail.osgi.eva.common.remoteservi ces.fileexplorer.IFileExplorer}={org.eclipse.ecf.containerFa ctoryArgs=r-osgi://localhost:9278, service.exported.configs=ecf.r_osgi.peer, service.exported.interfaces=*,}. Service NOT EXPORTED;severity2;exception=null;children=[]]]
Host: Hello Service Registered

Ok I didn't told the whole truth: The interface is not IHello but an own one.

3) I took also the application for the client.

--> The interface I expected that should be called through the client is never called.

What I'm doing wrong?

I got through the documentation list and also through the list of entries in this forum but didn't found any answer, Any help is welcome!
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