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Re: [equinox-dev] Equinox on the server
- From: Chris Carrier <ctcarrier@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 29 Jan 2010 13:38:39 -0800
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Sure I've used Equinox for a fairly large high traffic enterprise REST application in my professional world. We actually didn't use the servlet bridge at all but used it to orchestrate all levels after that. I guess we did have our servlets wired up with OSGi but it was a homegrown solution. But that team had been using OSGi, specifically Equinox, like that for many years.
For personal projects any time i'm putting together backend services I do it OSGi-fully. Most recently I've enjoyed using Spring DM-server as it's so geared for OSGi.
On Fri, Jan 29, 2010 at 1:14 PM, Roy Benjamin <rbbnjmn@xxxxxxxxx>
Just wondering how many have used Equinox on the server side. I do not
simply mean using the servlet bridge.
I've had good results essentially appending the Equinox runtime to JBoss and Tomcat,
servlets can lookup and use OSGi services etc... I've front-ended SOA calls with OSGi
registered services, handling SOA versioning in this way, also the services can return
local implementations for dev and testing.
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