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  • Spring-OSGi: custom spring-osgi-extender

    Hi all,
    I am playing around with the spring osgi integration and I managed to use the standard spring-osgi-extender to create services out of my configuration. The problem I am facing is that I have my own extension of spring and I want to enable them in the osgi environment.

    It seems to me that there is no way of doing this unless I write another bundle that will replace the spring-osgi-extender.

    I was wondering if I am missing something here, if maybe there is a way to hook my code into the spring-osgi-extender bundle and run my code to generate the application context, but keeping all the advantages of the standard extender (such as event listeners, ...).

    Any thoughts on this?

    Thanks,
    -rico

  • #2
    Rico if you still have this problem, see the 1.1 M1 release and its documentation:
    http://static.springframework.org/os...eference/html/
    In 1.1 the osgi extender can be customized including context creation.

    Hope this helps,

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