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Re: [equinox-dev] Axis in OSGi on Equinox

Melih, Just to be clear you can use a wide range of software in Eclipse projects but you have to be sure to go through the Eclipse Contribution process.  Even if some other Eclipse project is using a third party library like Axis, a project like yours (I seem to recall that you are working on an Eclipse project) would have to request permission to include Axis in your deliverables.   We are working on processes and mechanisms to make this all easier and more transparent but for now this is what you have to do.  Note that this is true as well if you want to use the Knopflerfish bundling of Axis.  That is, it is not a technological issue but rather a legal and process issue.

Joel, can you say more about what Muse is doing with bundlized versions of Axis?  


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Thanks for the heads up. I had found the Knoplerfish example, but wasn't sure that I could use it. It's good to know that this has been
done, and I will search in the Corona project to see how it was accomplished, and hopefully be able to emulate it. Thanks for the


On 6/6/06, Hawkins, Joel <Joel.Hawkins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Melih ,


I've done this for the Corona project (Axis 1.3 – Axis 2 is still in the works), and will submit the code as part of the Apache Muse project as soon as Muse's administrative kinks are ironed out.

The folks at Knoplerfish (http://www.knopflerfish.org/) have an Axis plugin for OSGi as well (Axis 1.x, OSGi R3).  



Joel Hawkins


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Has there been any push to install Axis as a servlet in OSGi? I read in the newsgroup mention of developed
plugins that might one day make their way down the pipeline into the OSGi layer, but I haven't found any
mention since. If this hasn't been done yet, where would be a good place to start investigating as this is something
I'd like to add? Thanks,

Melih Onvural

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