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OSGi framework/standard - Spring?

 
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Any java framworks follows OSGi(Open Services Gateway initiative) standard. Looks this supports modular architecture. Whether Spring follows OSGi(bec Spring is modular architecture)
 
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Any java framworks follows OSGi(Open Services Gateway initiative) standard.


I don't understand what you mean.

Whether Spring follows OSGi(bec Spring is modular architecture)


Spring Dynamic Modules allows you to develop applications running in an OSGi framework.
 
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kri shan wrote:Any java framworks follows OSGi(Open Services Gateway initiative) standard. Looks this supports modular architecture. Whether Spring follows OSGi(bec Spring is modular architecture)



If I understood your question correctly then my answer is Yes. Spring starting from 3.x follows OSGi framework and thats the reason you get bundle for each module rather getting everything in single spring.jar.

 
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Narender Reddy Soma wrote:

kri shan wrote:Any java framworks follows OSGi(Open Services Gateway initiative) standard. Looks this supports modular architecture. Whether Spring follows OSGi(bec Spring is modular architecture)



If I understood your question correctly then my answer is Yes. Spring starting from 3.x follows OSGi framework and thats the reason you get bundle for each module rather getting everything in single spring.jar.


and If you want to find if any other frameworks are also distributing thier api as osgi bundle.. beter check on thier website.
 
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The standard frameworks are Apache Felix and Eclipse Equinox. See http://faq.javaranch.com/java/OSGiLinks for lots of useful information about OSGi.
 
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