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Re: [equinox-dev] Autostarting Bundles
- From: J B <moatas@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 19 Apr 2009 19:59:55 -0400
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OK, I am geting closer. I created a simple OGGi bundle, created a
feature for it, and created a site for it.
In the P2 console, I can add the repo and do a provliu and see the
feature. I actually see the feature, a feature group, and the actual
I added a profile called 'hello' to my container. However, when I try
to instal any of these, I get the following:
installation failed Cannot complete the install because one or more
required items could not be found.
I can't find any additional logging information to help me track this
down. The feature I am trying to install is very simplistic and has
Here is the output of provliu
P.S. Thanks for ll the feedback so far.
On Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at 11:54 AM, Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi JB,
> J B wrote:
>> <stuff deleted>
>> I was able to get the P2 console started, but haven't been able to
>> figure out how to provision a bundle using yet. Anyone have
>> experience with doing that?
> Yes. The main things to do:
> 1) Create a 'group iu' in your repository. This can easily be done by
> (e.g.) creating a feature in Eclipse and exporting the feature to an
> existing repository.
> 2) install the group iu with the console 'provinstall' command (after adding
> the repo via provaddartifactrep and provaddrepo [I think these are the
> command names]).
> 3) use the confapply command to apply the configuration to a running
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