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Developing OSGi applications with Java EE 6 – Web Application Bundles in IBM WebSphere Application Server V8

If you’ve spared some time and want to spend it on improving your exposure into developing OSGi applications with Java EE 6 – Web Application Bundles in IBM WebSphere Application Server V8, I’d appreciate if you give the article of mine a try and let me know your findings. I’m soliciting feedback and would love […]

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The WAS V8.5 Alpha Liberty Profile November 2011 refresh

The past two weeks I gave two presentations about Java EE 6 and a little bit about Enterprise OSGi with IBM Rational Application Developer V8 and IBM WebSphere Application Server V8. It occupied all my time and I could not continue my self-learning of IBM WebSphere Lombardi Edition V7.2 in any way. I didn’t mind. […]

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OSGi Development with Eclipse IDE and JBoss AS 7

Inspired by Chasing a White Rabbit with JBoss Tools 3.3 M2 and Using OSGi in JBoss AS7 I thought I’d give them a try that eventually resulted in an article summing up my experiences – OSGi Development with Eclipse IDE and JBoss AS 7. “In this article I’m describing how to use Eclipse IDE 3.7 […]

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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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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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