On Friday 23 February 2018 14:09:30 'Christoph Läubrich' via OPS4J wrote:
> What should PaxExam Inject if the component does not publish a service?
> What should it check for? All this can better be handled bei a JUnit
> rule as described before.

Please read my previous answers.


> Am 23.02.2018 um 13:55 schrieb Oliver Lietz:
> > On Wednesday 21 February 2018 13:47:46 'Christoph Läubrich' via OPS4J 
> >> Well it might depend on the concrete case, but there is nothing PaxExam
> >> can really do, of course if you have such a very special case you can
> >> always fetch the ScrService and "wait"/check state for the component,
> >> but in general such things are bad in OSGi and you should better use
> >> some kind of Whitebord-pattern or notifications.
> > 
> > Which things are bad in OSGi? Better use whiteboard or notifications for
> > what?
> > 
> > We have components which are not published as services and in some tests
> > it is useful to "wait" for them. The boilerplate code for that could be
> > provided by Pax Exam (similar to @Inject for services).
> > 
> > Neil gave a good explanation for components on SO:
> > https://stackoverflow.com/a/8887216

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