Month: August 2011

Apache Karaf Cave preview

During the Karaf birthday concall, the Karaf team launched the idea of implementing an easy to use OBR (OSGi Bundle Repository) server, and extending it to provide a Karaf Features Repository (KFR). Welcome to Apache Karaf Cave 😉…

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Use Camel, CXF and Karaf to implement batches

Introduction Apache Camel has not be designed to be used for implementing batch tasks. For instance, if your Camel route has a consumer endpoint polling files in a directory, Camel will periodically and indefinitely monitor the folder and…

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JAX-RS services using CXF and Karaf

Apache CXF provides a really great layer to implement JAX-RS services. Especially, it fully supports OSGi, including Blueprint. It means that you can very easily create and deploy your REST services in a Apache Karaf container. In this…

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Use a “remote” EJB in Camel routes

Introduction You have an existing application, let say developed using J2EE, including EJB (Session). The application is running into a J2EE application server like JBoss, WebSphere or Weblogic. This application “exposes” EJBs to perform some business services. Now,…

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Apache Karaf Cellar 2.2.2 release

What’s new Quite one month ago, we released Karaf Cellar 2.2.1, the first “official” release of the Karaf clustering sub-project. This new Karaf Cellar 2.2.2 release includes bug fixes, especially one bug was a blocker as it was…

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