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    Default OSGI:

    I am learning OSGI and I bought a book from manning.com OSGI in Action to self teach myself. I am just not getting a few things and I make a few bundles myself I will start to move in the right direction.

    I have two packages at the moment, for simplicity I will call the pack1 and pack 2. pack1 has a dependency on pack2 and currently they are not working. The code worked fine when I had it in the same package no there is no syntax errors.

    Do I need to make a new project:
    In Eclipse, click on File --> New --> Project. A New Project dialog will open.
    In the New Project dialog, select Plug-in Project and click Next. The Plug-in Project dialog will open.
    In the Plug-in Project dialog, enter the following values:
    Project Name: com.javaworld.sample.HelloWorld
    Target Platform: OSGi framework --> Standard

    Something along these lines for each package?

    I hope I was clear in my question.


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    Default Re: OSGI:

    Is this an IDE question?
    If you don't understand my answer, don't ignore it, ask a question.

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    Default Re: OSGI:

    Moved to IDE.......

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    Default OSGI:

    I am learning OSGI and I bought a book from manning.com OSGI in Action to self teach myself. I am just not getting a few things and I make a few bundles myself I will start to move in the right direction.

    I have two packages at the moment, for simplicity I will call the pack1 and pack 2. pack1 has a dependency on pack2 and currently they are not working. The code worked fine when I had it in the same package no there is no syntax errors.

    Do I need to make a new project:
    In Eclipse, click on File --> New --> Project. A New Project dialog will open.
    In the New Project dialog, select Plug-in Project and click Next. The Plug-in Project dialog will open.
    In the Plug-in Project dialog, enter the following values:
    Project Name: com.javaworld.sample.HelloWorld
    Target Platform: OSGi framework --> Standard

    Something along these lines for each package?

    I hope I was clear in my question.

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