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> On 12 Oct 2016, at 12:29, <manoj.vrajam...@wipro.com>
> <manoj.vrajam...@wipro.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> Working on Bndtools/Eclipse in Ubuntu Linux.
> I have downloaded cxf-bundle-jaxrs-2.7.18.jar and it is now available on my
> Linux machine Downloads directory.
> How do I add it into my Respository ? The Distro 'ADD' button seems to be
> disabled *not* allowimg me to add !!! ( See attachment)
> Please suggest..
> From: osgi-dev-boun...@mail.osgi.org <mailto:osgi-dev-boun...@mail.osgi.org>
> <osgi-dev-boun...@mail.osgi.org <mailto:osgi-dev-boun...@mail.osgi.org>> on
> behalf of Christian Schneider <ch...@die-schneider.net
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> 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
> 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
> <https://github.com/apache/cxf-dosgi/tree/master/samples/repository> (Use 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
> <mailto: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 ?
>> From: osgi-dev-boun...@mail.osgi.org <mailto:osgi-dev-boun...@mail.osgi.org>
>> <mailto:osgi-dev-boun...@mail.osgi.org>] On Behalf Of Neil Bartlett
>> Sent: 12 October 2016 14:56
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>> You need to have the JAX-RS API on your build path.
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