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Re: [equinox-dev] os.name for Windows 2003 Server

I opened bug https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=204110 to track this. We will have to feed this through OSGi to get another alias defined for Windows2003


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[equinox-dev] os.name for Windows 2003 Server


I followed the link sent by Peter Kriens about OS names:


However on Windows 2003 Server with IBM JRE 1.5 using Peter's properties bundle I obtain the following values:

os.name= "Windows Server 2003" "windows server 2003"

os.arch= "x86" "x86"
os.version= "5.2 build 3790 Service Pack 1""5.2 build 3790 service pack 1"
java.vendor= "IBM Corporation" "ibm corporation"
java.class.version= "49.0" "49.0"
java.version= "1.5.0" "1.5.0"
file.separator= "\" "\"
path.separator= ";" ";"
org.osgi.framework.bootdelegation="*" "*"
org.osgi.supports.framework.extension="true" "true"
microedition.configuration="null" "null"
microedition.profiles="null" "null"
org.osgi.supports.bootclasspath.extension="null" "null"
org.osgi.supports.framework.fragment="null" "null"
org.osgi.supports.framework.requirebundle="null" "null"
org.osgi.framework.version="1.3.0" "1.3.0"
org.osgi.framework.language="pl" "pl"
org.osgi.framework.vendor="Eclipse" "eclipse"
org.osgi.framework.os.name="windows server 2003" "windows server 2003"

org.osgi.framework.os.version="5.2" "5.2"
org.osgi.framework.processor="x86" "x86"

OSGi r4 specification does not mention about such value "Windows Server 2003".

For IBM JRE 1.4.2 os.name is "Windows 2003".

I have lots of bundle with native code and inside the manifest file when I do not append for the header "Bundle-NativeCode" the "Windows Server 2003" value my bundles are invisible (they are not even in INSTALLED state).

After adding to "Windows Server 2003" to Bundle-NativeCode everything works fine.

I found the similar problem that System.getProperty("os.name"), SunVM and J9 reports different names


Does OSGi spec. recommend "Windows 2003" or "Windows Server 2003" for Windows Server 2003?

Best regards,

Lukasz Bobowiec
Software Engineer, Common Agent Services
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