Blueprint provides a dependency injection framework for OSGi and was standardized by the OSGi Alliance in OSGi Compendium R4. 2. It is designed to deal with the dynamic nature of OSGi, where services can become available and unavailable at any time. The Blueprint Container specification defines a dependency injection framework for OSGi. It is designed to deal with the dynamic nature of OSGi, where services can become available and unavailable at any time.
The Blueprint Container spec is part of the OSGi 4. 2 release and relies on it, in its API. Thus, in order to use Blueprint, one must use an OSGi 4. 2 compatible platform as a runtime environment. Re: How to configure managed service factory with blueprint? Hi Sam, you can create the diff and attach directly to the Jira. Or you can send the pull request via git (aries uses svn with a mirror on github). The OSGi Service Platform Service Compendium specification defines a number of additional services that may be supported by OSGi implementations.
Gemini Blueprint supports an additional" compendium" namespace that provides integration with some of these services. By convention, the prefix osgix is A service manager must have a Service Factory registered with the OSGi service registry after the primary initialization of the Blueprint Container has been done until the Blueprint Container is destroyed while it is enabled. I saw an example about blueprint when using factory. In the example they hard code the value of argument like" 2" in the example below.
Osgi blueprint: factory argument value. Ask Question. up vote 0 down vote favorite. The problem is I don't know how to create a blueprint (bean& service tags) for accept argument from the client OSGi Blueprint Services Blueprint Services DI brought to OSGi Guillaume Nodet