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Blog post: 10 reasons to switch to Apache Karaf 3 (Liquid Reality)
Nicely timed as a christmas present Apache Karaf 3.0.0 http://karaf.apache.org was released on the 24th of December. As a user of karaf 2.x you might ask yourself why to switch to the new major version. Here are 10 reasons why the switch is worth ...
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Blog post: ApacheCon Talk OSGi best practices shown on Apache Karaf (Liquid Reality)
I just did my ApacheCon talk about OSGi best practices.It was the last slot but the room was still almost full. In general the OSGi track had a lot of listeners and there were a lot of talks that involved Apache Karaf. So I ...
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Blog post: Apache Integration day at W-JAX Munich (Liquid Reality)
Apache integration day at WJAX was a big success. We had sessions about CXF, Camel, Karaf, TESB and Continuous Delivery. Now finally most presentations and examples are available. Title / Presentation \\ Examples Author \\ Flexibles Service Enabling mit ...
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Blog post: Apache Karaf and OSGi best practices talk at JUG Karlsruhe (Liquid Reality)
Yesterday evening I did a talk about Apache Karaf and OSGi best practice together with Achim Nierbeck https://twitter.com/#!/anierbeck. Achim did the first part about OSGi basics and Apache Karaf and I did the second part ...
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Blog post: Apache Karaf Tutorial Part 6 - Database Access (Liquid Reality)
Shows how to access databases from OSGi applications running in Karaf and how to abstract from the DB product by installing DataSources as OSGi services. Some new Karaf shell commands can be used to work with the database from the command line ...
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Blog post: Apache Karaf Tutorial Part 8 - Distributed OSGi (Liquid Reality)
default OSGi services are only visible and accessible in the OSGi container where they are published. Distributed OSGi allows to define services in one container and use them in some other (even over machine boundaries). For this tutorial we use the DOSGi sub ...
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Blog post: Karaf Tutorial Part 1 - Installation and First application (Liquid Reality)
Getting Started With this post I am beginning a series of posts about Apache Karaf. So what is Karaf and why should you be interested in it? Karaf is an OSGi container based on Equinox or Felix. The main difference to these fine containers is that it brings ...
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Blog post: Karaf Tutorial Part 2 - Using the Configuration Admin Service (Liquid Reality)
first part of the Karaf Tutorial we learned how to use maven and blueprint to offer and use pojo services and how to use the http service to publish a servlet. In this second part we concentrate on configuration for our OSGi bundles. Unlike servlet ...
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Blog post: Karaf Tutorial Part 3 - Improving configuration editing using the OSGI Metatype Service and the Felix Webconsole (Liquid Reality)
Karaf Tutorial Part 2 Using the Configuration Admin Service liquid:/2011/09/23/Karaf Tutorial Part 2 Using the Configuration Admin Service we learned how to configure our bundles using simple configurations. In this part we will learn how ...
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Blog post: Karaf Tutorial Part 4 - CXF Services in OSGi (Liquid Reality)
Shows how to publish and use a simple REST and SOAP service in karaf using cxf and blueprint. To run the example you need to install the http feature of karaf. The default http port is 8080 and can be configured using the config admin pid ...
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