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Re: [ecf-dev] ECF Spring Support
- From: Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 04 Feb 2010 05:57:14 -0800
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Angelo zerr wrote:
I have studied ECF and start to implement Spring support for ECF for
remoting service. I can manage the sample
org.eclipse.ecf.examples.remoteservices.hello.consumer with Spring DM.
So you need NOT use ServiceTracker to get remoting service. Full
Declarative Services is used. Let's me explain you how it works.
<explanation deleted for brevity>
My work is very basic (I have not managed future IRemoteService like
the example), but you can manage basic remoting services.
What do you think about that? Do you like?
Yes, this is wonderful!!
If you like I could send you my (little) work and I will be happy to
tchat with you to perform Spring support someone could explained me
more feature about ECF.
Angelo, would you consider contributing to ECF your example hello world
service with Spring code? If you agree to this, I would like to include
your examples in the set of examples we make available. We currently
have 'normal' hello host and consumers, and we have example host and
consumers using OSGi declarative services, and it would be excellent if
we could include your Spring-based hello world examples (both host and
consumer, if possible).
Further, would you be willing to take your description and create wiki
page about this work with Spring and ECF remote services? We can put it
alongside this (new) examples/tutorial page I have been and am
continuing to work on
I will happily assist you with both the contribution and with the wiki
page, if you like and answer any/all questions you have. Once we have
the contribution and wiki page I will blog about this work publicly, so
that both the Spring and ECF communities can be made more aware of it.
If you agree to contribute the work, we can open a new bug (e.g. Create
hello world example using Spring) and attach your new project to the bug
(as exported zip).
How does this sound? Would you consider contributing the example code?
Great work...and thanks for letting us know about it.