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  • Architecture question: remote RCP-Client / spring dm services

    Hey all,

    we have an RCP Application with several Services which are located in different OSGI Bundles. Now we want to place these services on a server and call them remotely via Spring Dynamic Modules (using http invoker).

    Actually we dont know how the 3 files applicationContext.xml, remoting-servlet.xml and web.xml have to be handled. Do every bundle need these 3 files, or can there be ONE master bundle, which contains the 3 files and references all the other service bundles.

    The next thing is that we dont have any idea how to deploy that bundle on a Tomcat. Do we have to start a Tomcat first or does the Webextender of Spring dynamic modules do that?

    Maybe a Step-by-Step Tutorial will also be helpful.
    Thanks in advance,

    Greetz
    Mali

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    Mali, I would recommend that you first get familiar with OSGi, the boundaries between the bundles, fragments and the like. Then you can better modularize your application and decide whether to put the configuration files.
    There are plenty of docs around, including the OSGi spec, the Spring DM reference documentation which provide answers to your questions.

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