Archive for the ‘OSGi’ Category

Few months ago I’ve read an article written by my friend Jacek Laskowski – Enterprise OSGi runtime setup with Apache Aries Blueprint. In his article Jacek describes which bundles should be installed to get the blueprint working. As IBM employee Jacek can always promote IBM WebSphere in version X or Y which started (or will […]

One of bigest benefits of Java is byte code manipulation. You can change everything you want in your application without touching source code. That’s usefull for many cases, starting from legacy code, where we can’t simply modify and recompile library up to modern applications where aspects can be used to handle runtime exceptions. The most […]

Management of OSGi – let’s face it – is not very hard. The OSGi environment is clearly defined and that gives programmers many mechanisms to create administrative tools. The problem begins when we would like to use only one tool to manage few projects or artifacts of different types. I know this from personal experience […]