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OSGi templates in Eclipse IDE 3.7

Eclipse IDE provides a useful tooling for OSGi bundle development. There’s even the Templates screen (of the New Plug-in Project) in which you can pick the template for your OSGi bundle. While reading Using OSGi in JBoss AS7, I found the above Template panel a little “incomplete” comparing to what’s in the blog entry. I […]

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Help needed with “Unsupported execution environment” deploying Equinox Declarative Services onto JBoss AS 7 CR1

The recent candidate release of JBoss AS 7.0.0.CR1 (codenamed “White Rabbit”) caught my attention for its support for the OSGi 4.2 Core (with the JBoss OSGi component). I’m currently swamped with book reading – OSGi and Equinox, and OSGi in Action – and got wild about trying it out. I meant to have written an […]

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IntelliJ IDEA 10.5 Ultimate doesn’t detect Grails (unless you add framework library yourself)

I’ve just upgraded to IntelliJ IDEA 10.5 and gave its support for Grails projects a try. It’s very productive, and am quickly felt in love with it. There’s a hitch, tough – importing Grails projects won’t let you appreciate it right away, and you’ll have to add Grails library yourself to help IDEA detect it. […]

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Enterprise OSGi runtime setup with Apache Aries Blueprint

After the seminar where I presented Enterprise OSGi and Contexts and Dependency Injection for the Java EE platform at University of Zielona Gora the idea to read a few books about OSGi awaiting on my bookshelf crossed my mind. I turned my attention to OSGi and Equinox: Creating Highly Modular Java Systems. While not Enterprise […]

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jaxws:endpoint of CXF to fire up a JAX-WS service

The previous example of running a JAX-WS Web Service with Apache CXF 2.3.3 (as I described in the previous blog entry Learning Apache CXF with Eclipse and soapUI plugin) reminded me about CXF support for Spring Framework. Run the following class: with the beans.xml in CLASSPATH: and this and the previous example will yield the […]

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Learning Apache CXF with Eclipse and soapUI plugin

I must admit it went very smoothly and I could finally use the tools I’ve been hearing here and there all the time. I can’t however say it was for Apache CXF’s simplicity itself or just by a stroke of luck, but eventually the puzzles fit together really well. While working on the upgrade to […]

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Throwable.printStackTrace() for code comprehension

It’s been a while since I’ve been looking into Apache OpenEJB. With my recent affair with JAX-WS Web Services I thought I’d give it a try again. Not only would it help me understand the JAX-WS specification, but also would let me contribute to the project I’ve been in for a long time. I raised […]

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Once you’ve made a selection, the fun begins – jQuery Fundamentals by Rebecca Murphey

jQuery fun has begun with my reading of jQuery Fundamentals By Rebecca Murphey or it may have been earlier when I’ve been told that jQuery is a monad, or maybe when I found out that JavaScript is a functional, object-oriented language. I can’t claim I know the answer, but I do like activities that let […]

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Met RabbitMQ and said…rabbitmqctl status and stop afterwards

It all begun with the very concise article RabbitMQ & Clojure: Hello World. There was not much about Clojure, but the outcome was even more astounding than I anticipated – just a few minutes and I’ve got RabbitMQ installed that I was going to try out some day, but never got at it. Yet another […]

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Dynamically redefining classpath in Clojure REPL

In my previous blog entry Clojure for module development in Google Guice? I presented a way to start Guice from within Clojure REPL. It was fun and turned out easy (yet possibly irrelevant for most people). It however paved the way for creating the new self-learning environment of mine. The idea is to learn Guice […]

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