Caused By Org.osgi.framework.bundleexception Unable To Cache Bundle
Using flags vs. Re: Problem installing bundle from remote repository kpagan Sep 2, 2013 5:10 AM (in response to kpagan) The @snapshot marking did the trick. Legend Correct Answers - 4 points Helpful LinksReport a security problemConsulting solutionsTrainingRelated SitesRed Hat CorporateCustomer PortalOpenShiftRed Hat DevelopersWe provide a complete experience to enable enterprise developers and software builders to envision, Tom is right, you can omit the version and Fuse will get the latest version of the artifact Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Go to original post Actions More Like This http://tubee.net/caused-by/caused-by-java-io-filenotfoundexception-unable-to-find-ejb-jar.html
However, if you edit conf/config.properties to have your absolute paths in the bundle URLs, then you should be all set. When i run my application, it does not go into the activator.java When i create a new maven osgi bundle, i get: main: [propertyfile] Creating new property file: C:\Users\oli\Documents\NetBeansProjects\Test\target\run.properties [java] org.osgi.framework.BundleException: Take a tour to get the most out of Samebug. Tired of useless tips? Why was this unhelpful?
So you must be in the Felix directory to start normally. Thanks in advance. So, all my bundles would deploy in the default folder, i.e, felix-cache. What do other people think?
Atlassian Red Hat Customer Portal Skip to main content Main Navigation Products & Services Back View All Products Infrastructure and Management Back Red Hat Enterprise Linux Red Hat Virtualization Red Hat Because the API has no activator and no dependency (except the OSGi one). But when I launch the jnlp file I get this error: Welcome to Felix. ================= Auto-properties install: org.osgi.framework.BundleException: Unable to cache bundle: reference:file:http://localhost/SIPCommJWS/sc-bundles/argdelegation.jar Auto-properties install: org.osgi.framework.BundleException: Unable to cache bundle: reference:file:http://localhost/SIPCommJWS/sc-bundles/defaultresources.jar useful source Take a tour to get the most out of Samebug.
Does that solve your issue? It has to do with the native libs. View Responses Resources Overview Security Blog Security Measurement Severity Ratings Backporting Policies Product Signing (GPG) Keys Discussions Red Hat Enterprise Linux Red Hat Virtualization Red Hat Satellite Customer Portal Private Groups Cause An incorrect JAR file is loaded, preventing other plugins with dependencies from loading The plugin cache has become corrupted Resolution Cause 1 Search the logs for the text org.osgi.framework.BundleException: Unresolved
Word for fake religious people What caused my meringue to fall after adding cocoa? https://netbeans.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=238494 This line is the following, joined with a example of felix.start bundle calling: felix.auto.start.75= \ reference:file:http://localhost/SIPCommJWS/sc-bundles/argdelegation.jar felix.auto.start.80= \ reference:file:http://localhost/SIPCommJWS/sc-bundles/shutdown.jar # Uncomment the following lines if you want to run the architect Yes No Thanks for your feedback! The solution was in media.jar > and I had to delete felix-cache folder to run the SIPComm in a correct way. > But now, I have a new issue, I can't
The tutorial says that you have to load all bundles from a folder and this path is indicated in felix.properties. http://tubee.net/caused-by/caused-by-java-lang-securityexception-unable-to-find-app-for-caller.html That no longer appears to be netbeans codebase related though. Was this helpful? Show 5 replies 1.
Show Richard S. Re: Problem installing bundle from remote repository Freeman(Yue) Fang Sep 1, 2013 10:22 PM (in response to kpagan) Hi,You should useosgi:install -s mvn:com.intrasoft.sw/sw-workflow/versionThe syntax for mvn url ismvn:groupId/artifactId/versionFreeman Like Show 0 Issue When joining FUSE ESB instance to Fabric we are getting following errors: Exception caught while executing command org.osgi.framework.BundleException: Unable to cache bundle: mvn:org.fusesource.fabric/fabric-jaas/7.2.0.redhat-024 at org.apache.felix.framework.Felix.installBundle(Felix.java:3051)[org.apache.felix.framework-4.0.3.redhat-60024.jar:] at org.apache.felix.framework.BundleContextImpl.installBundle(BundleContextImpl.java:165)[org.apache.felix.framework-4.0.3 .redhat-60024.jar:] at org.apache.felix.framework.BundleContextImpl.installBundle(BundleContextImpl.java:138)[org.apache.felix.framework-4.0.3.redhat-60024.jar:]
I've followed a tutorial by Gabor JAGER where all steps are explained (felix.properties modifying, and jnlp file building etc), you can see that tutorial in this link (http://markmail.org/download.xqy?id=prjrzetbdkp5h4qp&number=1).
Since we do not have a fancy installer, we cannot expand the bundle URL paths in conf/config.properties to be absolute paths. If the ground's normal force cancels gravity, how does a person keep rotating with the Earth? Can a mathematician review my t-shirt design? Accept & Close Sign In Create Account Search among 1,050,000 solutions Search Your bugs help others We want to create amazing apps without being stopped by crashes.
If not then could you describe how you would envision to handle this case? If not then could you describe how you would envision to handle this case? In case you want to use them from where ever you are currently running you could make them absolute. his comment is here when spawning the maven build JVM, we use ProcessBuilder.redirectErrorStream(true); call to make sure error and std outputs are merged on the side of the process for us.
Learn More Red Hat Product Security Center Engage with our Red Hat Product Security team, access security updates, and ensure your environments are not exposed to any known security vulnerabilities. I get an exception from Felix(?): main: [propertyfile] Creating new property file: G:\data\code\soundbox\SoundBox\target\run.properties [java] Auto-properties install: file:/G:/data/code/soundbox/SoundBox-CoreLibrary/target/classes/ (org.osgi.framework.BundleException: Unable to cache bundle: file:/G:/data/code/soundbox/SoundBox-CoreLibrary/target/classes/ - java.util.zip.ZipException: error in opening zip file) [java] Comment 3 Milos Kleint 2013-11-27 14:14:35 UTC (In reply to karamba84 from comment #2) > Thanks. Now, it works and I've got to run the > SIPComm. >> But I've a question, all bundles are deployed in a folder called >> >> "felix-cache" in following path "C:\Program
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Show Karl Pauls added a comment - 06/Mar/08 08:47 Well, the bundle urls are relative so I guess that is the expected behavior. Hide Permalink Richard S.