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  • how to associate a Configuration object to a ManagedServiceFactory object

    Hi all,

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    Configuration objects associated with the factory can be added or removed at any point.
    ...
    I've been reading the reference manual, ch. 10.1 over and over again for several days now, and I just can't figure out:

    How do I associate a Configuration object with a ManagedServiceFactory???

    I would guess I should use the <osgix:cm-properties> element to define a Configuration object, but how do I tell it which factory-pid is it associated with?? Should there be a factory-pid attribute?

    Apparently I'm missing something obvious (and it's utterly frustrating), so could someone please enlighten me?

    Cheers,

    [zsee]
    Last edited by zsee; May 10th, 2010, 10:04 AM.

  • #2
    sorry. I dont know

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    • #3
      Or, alternatively, I would be interested in a solution equivalent to the OSGi Compendium Declarative Services' Factory Component, if Spring DM has such thing to offer.

      Thanks in advance,

      [zsee]

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      • #4
        Sry I misundestood the purpose of <osgix:cm-properties>

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