I have installed WebSphere Application Server V8 and RAD 8.5. It seems that RAD 8.0.4 doesn't recognize the OSGi when I select the locally installed WebSphere Applicataion Server V8 runtime. Do we have to install the OSGi pack separatly as we do in V7 as feature pack ?
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4 replies Latest Post - 2012-10-04T11:32:45Z by MRKB
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Updated on 2012-10-04T11:32:45Z at 2012-10-04T11:32:45Z by MRKB
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Re: OSGi in WebSphere Application Server V82012-10-04T08:54:49Z in response to MRKBWebSphere Application Server V8 has OSGi application support. You don't need to install any feature pack. Please elaborate a bit more about what you means that RAD doesn't recognise OSGi applications? Was your OSGi application a valid EBA?
Hope this helps.
Re: OSGi in WebSphere Application Server V82012-10-04T11:09:54Z in response to Emily JiangHi Emily,
Thanks for the response.
I am trying to create a OSGi bundle project for RESTFul service.
In the project creation wizard, under JAX-RS Capabilities->JAS-RS Implementation Library, there is no default User Libraries listed.
But if I create non OSGI project with REST capabilities, I am able to get the default user libraries including the default REST Servlet
(Screenshot is attached)
Help is much appreciated.
Got stuck at this place.
Re: OSGi in WebSphere Application Server V82012-10-04T11:32:16Z in response to MRKBEmily and Team,
Thanks for your response.
I have resolved this issue as follows:
While creating the bundle, selected the Custom->Advanced->Configuration->IBM JAX-RS configuration instead of Default WAS8 Configuration and that works.