Category Archives: OSGi

OSGi Multi-Tenancy with Regions – Case Study

Proposal WSO2 Carbon is an OSGi based server framework. One of the core features of the upcoming WSO2 Carbon 5.0 (C5 kernel) is to provide multi-tenacy aspect at server framework level. In previous carbon versions, the multi-tenancy aspect was limited to run-time … Continue reading

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Things to consider when writing WSO2 Carbon Components and Features

In this post, I’m looking at some important things to consider when writing WSO2 Carbon based components and features. But most of them are common and can be used for other development related activities as-well. Contents focused in this post are … Continue reading

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Using Annotations with OSGi Declarative Services

Introduction The OSGi compendium specification has now standardized the annotation usage for declarative services. The core services bundle (org.eclipse.osgi.services) includes the set of classes and packages that can be used for this purpose. The specification clearly mentions that there should … Continue reading

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OSGi and Jetty Integration

Introduction If any OSGi framework based solution needs a servlet container, the OSGified Jetty becomes a good choice. It can be used as the underlying servlet transport provider within an OSGI framework.  This post focus on what are major points to consider … Continue reading

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