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Goodness Through OSGi Standards

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Goodness Through OSGi Standards

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ECF recently announced full support for OSGi 4.2's remote services standard with our upcoming 3.2 release. Today, I learned that a community member has successfully used Spring dm, along with ECF's remote services implementation to do declaratively-specified remote services. They have agreed to contribute the example to ECF, and so expect to see it as part of ECF soon.

People have also used ECF remote services with OSGi declarative services.And, of course, one can use remote services programmatically as well.

Among other things, this allows a wide variety of existing tooling to be used to construct, use, and debug remote services...all made possible by having an open standard for distributing an OSGi service.

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