[jsr-291-eg] Fw: [announce] EasyBeans, the Objectweb EJB3 Container implementation is available as OSGi Bundles
glyn_normington at uk.ibm.com
Wed Aug 30 08:43:23 EDT 2006
Here's a good example of OSGi exploitation on Java SE. Apologies if you've
seen it already.
http://wiki.easybeans.org/xwiki/bin/Main/OSGi is particularly interesting
as it describes why EasyBeans chose OSGi and highlights dynamic lifecycle
(which is pleasing given the title of JSR 291).
----- Forwarded by Glyn Normington/UK/IBM on 30/08/2006 13:42 -----
Guillaume Sauthier <Guillaume.Sauthier at objectweb.org> wrote on 29/08/2006
> Hi all
> We are really proud to announce that EasyBeans
> (http://www.easybeans.org) now have an *OSGi version*.
> This is the *first* EJB 3.0 Container implementation completely
> available as *standard OSGi bundles*.
> *EasyBeans/OSGi* requires an OSGi R4 gateway to work.
> It is completely *OSGi R4 compliant* (meaning that it can run on any R4
> compliant gateway) and has been tested on the Felix
> (http://incubator.apache.org/felix) and Equinox
> (http://www.eclipse.org/equinox) platforms.
> Even the *EjbJars are OSGi bundles* !
> And this is really *simple,* all you have to do is to inject an *OSGi
> MANIFEST* into your existing EjbJar.
> *Download* the assembly here:
> * http://forge.objectweb.org/project/showfiles.php?
> And the related *documentation* is available here:
> * http://wiki.easybeans.org/xwiki/bin/Main/OSGi
> * http://wiki.easybeans.org/xwiki/bin/Doc/OSGi-Assembly
> Comments are very welcomed (easybeans -at- objectweb.org)!
> Enjoy !
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