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  • Spring-OSGi : How to get a bean factory

    Hi every one !

    I'm testing OSGi currently with Equinox and hopefully Spring-OSGi.

    I'm trying to put a database accessor into my main bundle class, and for this, i want to use Spring-OSGi.

    What I'm trying to achieve is to get the Spring BeanFactory and use it to load my database access bean, configured in the bundle-context.xml file, under the spring folder of the META-INF folder.

    I figured out by myself that I was supposed to use an OsgiBundleXmlApplicationContext object to get my factory and here is how i do it :

    Code:
    String[] configLocations = new ApplicationContextConfiguration(context.getBundle()).getConfigurationLocations();
    bundleApplicationContext = new OsgiBundleXmlApplicationContext(context,configLocations);
    factory = bundleApplicationContext.getBeanFactory();
    But this always give me an exception when i call the getBeanFactory() method:

    Code:
    java.lang.IllegalStateException: BeanFactory not initialized or already closed - call 'refresh' before accessing beans via the ApplicationContext
    Any idea someone?

    Thank you !

  • #2
    No one?
    I was expecting Spring community to be more helpful...
    I'm a little bit surprized.

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    • #3
      I don't know if it will help, but there is a SpringOSGI google group, that seems to be pretty active (at last glance).

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      • #4
        Also noticed this thread.
        http://forum.springframework.org/showthread.php?t=30982

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        • #5
          See the newly created Spring-DM forum:http://forum.springframework.org/forumdisplay.php?f=43.
          I recommend you read the Spring-DM documentation - http://static.springframework.org/os...eference/html/.
          In OSGi, there is no need to create the application context yourself - rather you rely on Spring-DM to create it for you.
          The problem in your case is that you haven't set up everything that the context needs.

          Hope this helps,

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