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Hi there!!

Please, does anyone have any tips on how to use the Activator's methods (start () and stop () ) in an application? I have a test system that has ON and OFF buttons. The idea is to associate the start () method to the ON button and stop () to the OFF button, and the methods do some action (like Hello and Goodbye). I'm using Eclipse and Knopflerfish to see the outputs of the bundle that I created. I've tried a lot of things, but always gets a missing detail.

Thanks a lot!

Regards,

Liam Nunez
 
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