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Resolving Dependencies of Deployed Bundles in Apache Karaf

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In a project i was working with my team on OSGi project using Apache Karaf. At a time we decided to use hibernate and spring. While doing that i stuck up in an Exception of NoClassDefinitionFound where Hibernate-Annotations bundle couldn’t find a class from Spring-Orm bundle and both of these bundles were deployed and in Active state and added in my project’s class path.

After wandering about a lot on internet i found out a way where we need to resolve the dependencies of dependencies that are deployed in Apache Karaf.

Use this command to resolve the external dependencies of already deployed bundles.

dev:dynamic-import [bundle-id]

Restart the karaf and that bundle will come up in Active state.

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