Project: OSGI Tasklet Service for IBM Lotus Domino (Managed by Paul Fiore, David Taieb, Niklas Heidloff)
access http osgi bundles from dots
Jose M Pinto on 08/01/2012 at 06:30 AM
I found this project very interesting and i'm trying to use it with my application. Currently i have a bunch of plugins made by myself and loaded from updatesite nsf. I need some function inside of these plugins to be called on scheduled base. First i thought on making an XAgent and call it from a scheduled java agent however I think i may have problems when i make the server available only over https so i'm adventuring to use dots instead.
I followed the documentation to install dot's and it look's its running ok (for now i'm just loading it from console). However i stil didn't manage to call the function inside my plugin because this plug in has a dependency on com.ibm.xsp.core bundle which is not present on dot's environment. My dot's profile is pointing the same update site via osginsf url parameter type.
I can try to include the required core plugins inside updatesite but that looks everything except nice. I believe the core xsp plugins were not made to be run from dot's environment but i also believe that isn't something impossible to do. I would like to know how can we easly achieve it and if there aren't any major caveat we should be aware of. I'm trying to avoid to develop a separate plugin just for this without those bundle dependencies because I may need too much refactoring and duplicate code to be able to run something both on http osgi and dots.
|Entered 01-Aug-2012 6:30 by Jose M Pinto. Last Modified <none> by Niklas Heidloff.|
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