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OSGI and Service Oriented Applications

 
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Hi,

Thanks for writing a complete book on still upcoming technology/framework.

I want to know if your book covers the fundamentals about how to build Service oriented applications using OSGi. How to manage services , register services, maintaining service directory, service factories, tracking services etc.

Thanks
 
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We certainly cover OSGi services in depth. This includes all the points you mention however, we are not talking about SOA in general (i.e., you can find in the book how to use services inside a OSGi framework).
 
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Thanks for prompt reply..
Yes, I agree SOA is itself a huge subject and have several resources available. I have a good idea of SOA but would love to learn about integrating SOA and OSGI together in future.

Eagerly looking forward for your book to get in market..

 
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