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  1. Infrastructure
  2. INFRA-90

Pax confluence and profile list is down

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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      Description

      All is in the title, I don't know if I'm in the right component.

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            anpieber Andreas Pieber added a comment -

            the wiki is located here (http://team.ops4j.org/wiki/display/ops4j/Open+Participation+Software+for+Java); but the forward from wiki.ops4j.org is missing right now; which profile list?

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            anpieber Andreas Pieber added a comment - the wiki is located here ( http://team.ops4j.org/wiki/display/ops4j/Open+Participation+Software+for+Java ); but the forward from wiki.ops4j.org is missing right now; which profile list?
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            tcharl Charlie Mordant added a comment -
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            tcharl Charlie Mordant added a comment - the wiki links in the project page is out of date: http://www.ops4j.org/projects/pax/construct/help/create-bundle.html In addition, pax runner profiles list http://paxrunner.ops4j.org/display/paxrunner/Pax+Runner+profiles+list . mentionned here: http://www.jroller.com/habuma/entry/pax_runner_profiles_and_distributed links to an empty page too
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            achim_nierbeck Achim Nierbeck added a comment -

            This is due to the fact that we move the infrastructure to Atlassian hosted environments.
            Therefore the correct link to the wiki is now http://team.ops4j.org/wiki/display/paxconstruct/Pax+Construct

            Regarding the link from jroller.com we do not have any influence on that

            AFAIR: the pax runner profiles should be retrieved automatically from pax runner through maven. But I might be wrong here.
            which version of pax runner / pax exam do you use? I suggest upgrading to the latest Pax Exam 2.x

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            achim_nierbeck Achim Nierbeck added a comment - This is due to the fact that we move the infrastructure to Atlassian hosted environments. Therefore the correct link to the wiki is now http://team.ops4j.org/wiki/display/paxconstruct/Pax+Construct Regarding the link from jroller.com we do not have any influence on that AFAIR: the pax runner profiles should be retrieved automatically from pax runner through maven. But I might be wrong here. which version of pax runner / pax exam do you use? I suggest upgrading to the latest Pax Exam 2.x
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            tcharl Charlie Mordant added a comment -

            Thank you for the link, it was just to notice that Maven site was wrong .
            Concerning Pax Exam, I thought it was just for unit tests, I think I'll read the doc in deep :S.

            I would like to thank you for these wonderful products it has saved my life for sure.
            Maybe I'll joined the community when I'll be able to understand the concepts.
            May be my next project could be a new OPS4j one (CRUD-gen based on Acceleo, Flex, Pax): http://osgiliath.net.

            Regards

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            tcharl Charlie Mordant added a comment - Thank you for the link, it was just to notice that Maven site was wrong . Concerning Pax Exam, I thought it was just for unit tests, I think I'll read the doc in deep :S. I would like to thank you for these wonderful products it has saved my life for sure. Maybe I'll joined the community when I'll be able to understand the concepts. May be my next project could be a new OPS4j one (CRUD-gen based on Acceleo, Flex, Pax): http://osgiliath.net . Regards
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            achim_nierbeck Achim Nierbeck added a comment -

            well if you look for a real good OSGi container run-time take a look at Apache Karaf (http://karaf.apache.org)
            this way you don't need to setup a run-time for your OSGi Services.

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            achim_nierbeck Achim Nierbeck added a comment - well if you look for a real good OSGi container run-time take a look at Apache Karaf ( http://karaf.apache.org ) this way you don't need to setup a run-time for your OSGi Services.
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            anpieber Andreas Pieber added a comment -

            Hey Charlie

            +1 Achim's comment; you really should give Karaf a look if you're looking for a really good OSGi container

            @join the community and provide new projects: we always welcome new member to the community; I'm not sure if you've read http://team.ops4j.org/wiki/display/ops4j/Principles+of+Open+Participation+Software but this is definitive a good place to start!

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            anpieber Andreas Pieber added a comment - Hey Charlie +1 Achim's comment; you really should give Karaf a look if you're looking for a really good OSGi container @join the community and provide new projects: we always welcome new member to the community; I'm not sure if you've read http://team.ops4j.org/wiki/display/ops4j/Principles+of+Open+Participation+Software but this is definitive a good place to start!
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            anpieber Andreas Pieber added a comment -

            btw; @the link problem. This is on my task list. I'll try to create dns forwards ASAP I'll find a free minute

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            anpieber Andreas Pieber added a comment - btw; @the link problem. This is on my task list. I'll try to create dns forwards ASAP I'll find a free minute

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                peter@neubauer.se Administrator
                Reporter:
                tcharl Charlie Mordant
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