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Hi guys,

I am new to OSGi and I am having some troubles getting the Spring Web MVC framework working with OSGi.

A few questions:
- Firstly I assume I should be using Eclipse Gemini Blueprint and NOT Eclipse Equinox?

- Since Spring MVC uses a front controller/servlet, Dispatcher, I cannot seem to find an appropriate class for this. Spring DM used a different different class for the Dispatcher, since the original class did not support the OSGi framework. Any suggestions on what this class should should be?

- Do I need an Activator class? Some websites suggests I do not in this architecture, but they all seem out of date supporting Spring DM.

- Lastly, is there any up to date tutorials for using Spring Web MVC with OSGi? I can only seem to find tutorials based on Spring DM which is no longer supported.

Thanks in advance!





 
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stumbled on this not much experience here but may help you

http://gordondickens.com/wordpress/2012/06/13/gemini-blueprint-converting-from-spring-osgi/
 
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