OSGi and Spring, Part 2: Build and deploy OSGi as Spring bundles using Felix

A step-by-step guide for the developers to build Java components and package it as OSGi based Spring bundles using Apache Felix, an open source OSGi container

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Rajeev Hathi and Naveen Balani

Date archived: January 5, 2017 | First published: March 30, 2009

Build and package Java classes as OSGi bundles using the Spring DM framework in a Felix container. This article, Part 2 of this series, shows you how to create bundles using the Spring framework and then deploy them in a Felix runtime environment. You will see how the core OSGi framework dependency is removed through a simple Spring-based configuration.

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