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  1. Couchbase Java Client
  2. JCBC-1242

OSGi bundle for couchbase client

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    • Resolution: Fixed
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      It would be useful to add support for OSGi on Couchbase Java Client.

      You may find an old entry on this:
      https://forums.couchbase.com/t/osgi-bundle-for-couchbase-client/1129 

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          Hi Subhashni Balakrishnan, finally there will be official support to OSGi module?

          juan.rodriguezc Juan Francisco Rodriguez added a comment - Hi Subhashni Balakrishnan , finally there will be official support to OSGi module?

          Juan Francisco Rodriguez can you please try 2.7.4 and see if it works for you?

          daschl Michael Nitschinger added a comment - Juan Francisco Rodriguez can you please try 2.7.4 and see if it works for you?
          jmochales Jorge García-Mochales added a comment - - edited

          Michael Nitschinger , we have installed the versión 2.7.4 and we have the same problem, opentracing-api dependency  isn´t ready for the OSGi framework.

          What can we do?

          jmochales Jorge García-Mochales added a comment - - edited Michael Nitschinger , we have installed the versión 2.7.4 and we have the same problem, opentracing-api dependency  isn´t ready for the OSGi framework. What can we do?

          Hi Jorge García-Mochales

          I understand that this is the case, but opentracing-api is a standalone open source project which we do not have directly influence on. If you need OSGi support in opentracing, can you please engage with their community over here: https://github.com/opentracing/opentracing-java

          I am not an OSGi expert, but as a second approach I think there are plugins out there which help make non-OSGi ready dependencies "ready" as well.

          daschl Michael Nitschinger added a comment - Hi Jorge García-Mochales I understand that this is the case, but opentracing-api is a standalone open source project which we do not have directly influence on. If you need OSGi support in opentracing, can you please engage with their community over here: https://github.com/opentracing/opentracing-java I am not an OSGi expert, but as a second approach I think there are plugins out there which help make non-OSGi ready dependencies "ready" as well.

          Hi Michael Nitschinger

          Yes, we have a java-client of Couchbase adapted to OSGi built with Maven plugins, but we would need a oficial version adapted to OSGi tested by Couchbase.

           

          jmochales Jorge García-Mochales added a comment - Hi Michael Nitschinger Yes, we have a java-client of Couchbase adapted to OSGi built with Maven plugins, but we would need a oficial version adapted to OSGi tested by Couchbase.  

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            daschl Michael Nitschinger
            juan.rodriguezc Juan Francisco Rodriguez
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