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sandeep lokhande
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Can we use Java Plugin Framework for Spring Web-Application?
if yes then how could we use it?
 
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I am wondering with JPF from last few days,
but i cant find feasible solution for JPF with Spring web application,
kindly share anything you know about the same.
Thank you.
 
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JPF (Java Plugin Framework) != JPA (Java Persistence API)

JPF is a framework similar to OSGi, JPA is an Object Relational Mapping (ORM) API.


 
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yes sir,
thank you for correcting me i have made these modification now,
My intention was to know about JPF <Java plugin Framework> which will work along with or for Spring web-Application.
kindly tell me regarding this,
Thank you in advance.
 
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You probably won't find a lot of resources about this -

1.) It appears there hasn't been a JPF release since 2007.
2.) The only reference I found about how to get JPF to workin a webapp.
3.) Spring has Spring/DM which uses OSGi.

However, given a cursory glance, it looks like nothing would prevent you from using Spring to bind together objects taken from a JPF PluginRegistry, or to build Plugins using Spring - there's just no built-in solution (or many examples).
 
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Yes sir,
That's true and i am now going for Spring/DM which uses OSGi.
Lets hope it will fulfill all my needs,
Thank you for my reply and have a nice day.
 
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