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Re: [equinox-dev] Is there a way to capture BundleExceptions?

Hi Eduardo,

have you looked into OSGi's own asynchronous FrameworkEventListener? If
you solely need to capture the BundleException, you should get it by
invoking FrameworkEvent.getThrowable() on ERROR events (yet, I haven't
tried it myself :) ).

Cheers,
Fabian

Eduardo Born wrote:
> Hi!
> I'm developing on top of Equinox and couldn't find a way to capture or
> listen to BundleExceptions raised by the framework. More specifically, I
> want to capture bundle exceptions thrown when bundles cannot be resolved due
> to any cause, for example missing constraints. Later on, I'll display a
> dialog with all bundle exceptions to help me debug these issues.
>
> I've used equinox outside Eclipse and was able to capture all bundle
> exceptions there since I was the one discovering bundles, installing and
> starting some of them, but now that I'm lauching a product from within
> eclipse I can't find a way to listen for those exceptions... I've looked
> into adaptohooks but none of them seem to help.
>
> Please let me know how to accomplish this, I have looked into this
> extensively and would greatly appreciate any clues you might have.
>
> Thank you!
> Eduardo Born
>
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