Correction, the bundle actually does
have some non-internal interfaces (not sure why I didn't notice the org.apache.felix.scr.*
interfaces at first), but it doesn't help to reference them since the bundle
doesn't have a "Bundle-ActivationPolicy: lazy" in its manifest.
So it looks like I am stuck with adding this bundle to the "osgi.bundles"
property in "config.ini" or explicitly starting the bundle in
my code. Unless I am missing something.
Thomas M Houser/Beaverton/IBM@IBMUS
01/28/2010 10:16 PM
When I try to get the IProvisioningAgentProvider service, I've found that
the only way I can make it work is if I first start the "org.eclipse.equinox.ds"
bundle. Is there a simpler way to do this other than adding this
bundle to the "osgi.bundles" property in "config.ini"
or explicitly starting the bundle in my code? Why doesn't this bundle
have a non-internal class or interface that I could reference to force
it to start? Or am I missing something?_______________________________________________
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