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Re: [ecf-dev] Announcement: ECF 3.6.1 standards compliance

Hi All,

This is fantastic news!!

Thanks and Regards,
Harshana Martin
Harshana Eranga Martin
Senior Software Engineer,
WSO2 Inc.

ECF Committer:

On 13 June 2013 09:45, Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> Some of you may have been aware that in April ECF had gotten access to the
> OSGi R5 'compatibility kit' (CT) via the Eclipse Foundation.   The CT is a
> set of junit tests to test compliance with the OSGi R5 specification.  For
> some time now (back to OSGi 4.2) ECF has implemented the remote services
> (RS) and remote service admin (RSA) parts of the specification.  Here [1] is
> a list of the specification parts implemented by the EF runtime projects,
> and here [2] is a list of all OSGi spec impls at wikipedia.   Since
> receiving the CT from OSGi, I and Markus have been working to setup the CT
> configuration and make necessary fixes so that ECF passes all of the CT
> tests.
> I'm happy to report that as of ECF 3.6.1/Kepler we are successfully passing
> all of the CT tests and therefore can/will assert specification compliance.
> This is a nice achievement for ECF, and happily it corresponds with our
> 3.6.1/Kepler release.   I will be adding this info to our 3.6.1 new and
> noteworthy, and blogging about it before the Kepler release date (June 26).
> Hopefully others will find this helpful/useful as well..because it  means
> that remote services can now be designed/created/discovered/used/secured and
> managed without permanently binding applications to specific transports.
> As an added benefit :-)...we've created a Jenkins project that continuously
> runs the RS/RSA CT tests against ECF's implementation. As we make
> additions/changes to ECF (e.g. new discovery and distributions providers,
> etc) we will be able to automatically verify that everything remains CT
> compliant.
> Special thanks to Markus K.
> Congratulations, thanks, and continued happy Remote Services development
> with ECF!
> Scott
> [1]
> [2]
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