Thursday, June 5, 2008

Community Event

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See you next week in Berlin!

Peter Kriens

P.S. As an extra bonus we will host an SE Radio Interview! Shouldn't miss it if I were you!

3 comments:

  1. hello sir i want to know about osgi and newton compliance
    is it possible by using newton to have only one JVM at server and client can use it without having jvm on their own machines

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  2. Newton is a distributed osgi runtime which runs on top of a standard osgi container, as such it requires a java runtime for each server instance. Newton uses the SCA specification to publish service APIs using a pluggable architecture which would allow you to publish a non java api such as a web service for non java clients to connect to.

    If you wish to know more about newton please post questions to the newton mailing list.

    http://newton.codecauldron.org/mailman/listinfo

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  3. If you want to use java main and standard class path within an OSGI container I do not think it is possible without require-bundle declaration.

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