The jaxrs spec bundle is only a part of the solution. I could tell you
how to download it and add it to bndtools but that would not give a a
running system later.
You also need an impl of the spec to provide a full runtime that can
later execute your service.
Manoj also asked me personally so I will paste my reply for other to
pick up from there.
Regarding the problem with javax.ws.rs.* imports. This is the REST API
it is not available by default in java. You need a bundle with the REST
API to compile your code.
You seem to use the bndtools build. So the first step is to add the
jar/bundles you need as an index. Your best bet should be the new pom
based index that Peter explained recently.
The index described by this pom
the 2.0.0 version) should contain all you need.
If you do not know how to add the index to bndtools check the tutorials
or ask on the bndtools user list. (I guess maybe this can also be
answered here as all the experts are here).
The next step is to add the jar as a build time dependency. You open the
bnd.bnd file with the bndtools editor and add the jar in the build tab.
This should fix the error you see in eclipse.
On 12.10.2016 11:30, manoj.vrajam...@wipro.com wrote:
Yeah..but where do I get this bundle? Download ? Can you tell me the
exact bundle that I have to download ?
Supposing I download and it is available in the Downloads directory.
Should it (and similar bundles) be placed in some special directory?
Further, How do I add it into my build path ?
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You need to have the JAX-RS API on your build path.
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