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SystemAdmin
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Pinned topic Welcome to IBM Rational Development Tools for OSGi Applications forum

‏2010-04-23T10:46:15Z |
Welcome to the IBM Rational Development Tools for OSGi Applications forum.

The IBM Rational Development Tools for OSGi Applications provides the tools to build enterprise applications based on the OSGi applications framework. OSGi is a module system that is compatible with Java-based systems and implements a dynamic component model. Use this forum to provide feedback on the tools, ask questions, and share tips.
Updated on 2012-09-10T22:15:39Z at 2012-09-10T22:15:39Z by coffetime
  • ericasponsler
    ericasponsler
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    Re: Welcome to IBM Rational Development Tools for OSGi Applications forum

    ‏2010-05-28T15:10:14Z  
    Is there a OSGi feature pack for Rational Application Developer v7.5.5.1?
  • deboer
    deboer
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    Re: Welcome to IBM Rational Development Tools for OSGi Applications forum

    ‏2010-05-28T20:35:20Z  
    Is there a OSGi feature pack for Rational Application Developer v7.5.5.1?
    Hi Erica,

    Rational Application Developer (RAD) v7.5.x has some basic tools for creating bundles, but does not contain support for OSGi Applications or deploying them to WebSphere Application Server. If you're looking for that support, it is available in the RAD open beta [1]. This beta has equivalent tools to those available here, as well as support for the WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack for OSGi Applications and Java Persistence API 2.0 and some additional tools.

    [1] https://www14.software.ibm.com/iwm/web/cc/earlyprograms/rational/radob/index.shtml

    Tim
  • Steen Brahe
    Steen Brahe
    3 Posts

    Re: Welcome to IBM Rational Development Tools for OSGi Applications forum

    ‏2010-08-09T13:15:03Z  
    We really look forward to work with this feature in combination with WAS7!
    We allready have a couple of OSGi based server applications and will probably get more in the future when tooling and servers come with better support. Currently, it is a hard job to build, deploy and operate the applications.
  • gizmoGordon
    gizmoGordon
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    Re: Welcome to IBM Rational Development Tools for OSGi Applications forum

    ‏2011-09-02T11:35:23Z  
    Hi, Are there any planned updates to "IBM Rational Development Tools for OSGi Applications" to fix the issues with Eclipse Indigo ?
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: Welcome to IBM Rational Development Tools for OSGi Applications forum

    ‏2011-11-21T15:17:00Z  
    Hi, Are there any planned updates to "IBM Rational Development Tools for OSGi Applications" to fix the issues with Eclipse Indigo ?
    Hello, I just updated the tools for a newer version of the OSGi development Tools that works well with Indigo.
    Please give it a try, and let us know if you have any c oncerns or problems.
    Thanks
  • HendyIrawan
    HendyIrawan
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    Re: Welcome to IBM Rational Development Tools for OSGi Applications forum

    ‏2012-03-07T06:04:34Z  
    Hello, I just updated the tools for a newer version of the OSGi development Tools that works well with Indigo.
    Please give it a try, and let us know if you have any c oncerns or problems.
    Thanks
    Thank you !

    Where can I download this version for Indigo ?
  • coffetime
    coffetime
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    Re: Welcome to IBM Rational Development Tools for OSGi Applications forum

    ‏2012-09-10T22:15:39Z  
    Will there be an update for Eclipse Juno (4.2)?
  • Edu Garcia
    Edu Garcia
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    Re: Welcome to IBM Rational Development Tools for OSGi Applications forum

    ‏2013-07-31T05:34:04Z  

    I'm working with OSGI bundles in Geronimo using Eclipse Juno and Rational Development Tools for OSGI Applications (Awesome).  What I would like to know is if you will continue supporting this tool for new versions of Eclipse (like Kepler).

    Right now, it is only available the Eclipse Libra Project, which provides limited support for projects using OSGi.

     

    Thanks in advance!