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Re: [ecf-dev] getting started with ECF

Hi David,

David Donohue wrote:
I checked out the 3 bundles from CSV and added this line
final IContainer server =

and it works!  Thanks so much for all your help.  Now i have a foot in the door.
Dave Donohue

That's splendid.

Just for your and others' information. In response to these struggles I've added product files for both r-osgi and ecf generic...for both host and consumer. If you get the source (either through installing a daily build or getting source into workspace), you should be able to see and use the respective products to launch the example host and consumer.

Also, again with the ECF on HEAD/ per this bug I've added support for a default URI for the generic now a line like this should also work to create a generic server container:/ (with default URI of ecftcp://localhost:3282/server).

IContainer server = containerFactory.createContainer("ecf.generic.server");


On Fri, Sep 25, 2009 at 10:25 AM, Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi David,

Somehow you seemed to have got a copy of the hello host that I don't
recognize.  That is, from the stack trace your bundle and package is

while the copy that I have from HEAD is

Further, in the class,
line 45 (where you are having the NPE according to stack trace), it's in the
middle of the bundle 'stop' method (which doesn't seem right at all to it should be somewhere in start() as the stack trace indicates).  So
I think we are somehow working from different codebases.

Would you try getting the latest copy of these three bundles from HEAD:

path:  /cvsroot/rt

And give things a try with these.  OR if you want to continue working with
the code in your workspace, would you be able to zip up the entire project
and attach it to a new bug it doesn't seem to be the same as
what is currently in CVS.


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