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These are the files of the artifact org.osgi.service.blueprint version1.0.2 from the grouporg.osgi. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle []).push();




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Apache Aries modules are distributed in source and binary form.Alternatively you may checkout the source from Subversion and build Aries yourself.Otherwise, the releases below are available for download.These KEYS can be used to verify the release archive.


The easiest way to use the samples is to download the source zip, navigate to the appropriate 'assembly' module and run mvn install to download all the released binary artifacts.Alternatively you can build the entire source.


These are the files of the artifact camel-cxf-blueprint version3.3.0 from the grouporg.apache.camel.karaf. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle []).push();


Every tutorial or documentation I found mentions adding several bundles provided by Spring to my OSGi-container (like org.springframework.aop.jar). It was hard enough finding a download for the current Spring release, as it seems it is not directly provided on their homepage anymore (only maven links etc. and this is not an option for the current project). Especially every tutorial mentions, that this libraries are provided as OSGi bundles aswell.


But all of the downloads I could find (e.g. ) only contained normal jars, no OSGi bundles. Is the practice of providing OSGi-bundles discontinued as of Spring 3.x? How do I add the neccessary Spring dependencies to my project? Are the tutorials/documentations outdated?


You should also take a look at Apache Karaf. It comes with blueprint pre installed and allows to add a lot of other frameworks easily. I have done some tutorials that show how to use blueprint with several technologies like CXF, Camel, JPA.


The example that is installed is using Camel to start a timer every 2 seconds and output a message in the log.The previous commands downloaded the Camel features descriptor and installed the example feature.


The "minimal" distribution is like the minimal distributions that you can find for most of the Unix distributions.Only the core layer is packaged, most of the features and bundles are downloaded from Internet at bootstrap.It means that Apache Karaf minimal distribution requires an Internet connection to start correctly.The features provided by the "minimal" distribution are exactly the same as in the "default" distribution, the differenceis that the minimal distribution will download the features from Internet.


Apache Karaf supports a complete remote mechanism allowing you to remotely connect to a running Apache Karaf instance.More over, you can also browse, download, and upload files remotely to a running Apache Karaf instance.


If a new realm should be added Apache Karaf provides an easy way to create a new Realm (although with limited flexibility compared to other approaches like blueprint or directly via DS).The jaas:realm-add command can be used for that purpose.Note, that it takes at least 2 Parameters (name of the realm and class name of the initial Login Module) or even more, if the Login Module needs parameters.For example, a new realm myrealm which uses the PropertiesLoginModule with a users file located in /tmp/users can be added by the command


The obr:source command uses the following syntax to identify the bundles: symbolic_name,version where version is optional.It means that you have to use the following command to download the source of wrapper core bundle with version 4.0.0:


The jms:create command creates a JMS connection factory in the Apache Karaf container. It automatically creates ablueprint XML file in the deploy folder containing the JMS connection factory definition correspondingto the type that you mentioned.


The id attribute is the blueprint id of the bean, but it will be used by default as the name of the realm if noname attribute is specified. Additional attributes on the config elements are a rank, which is an integer.When the LoginContext looks for a realm for authenticating a given user, the realms registered in the OSGi registry arematched against the required name. If more than one realm is found, the one with the highest rank will be used, thusallowing the override of some realms with new values. The last attribute is publish which can be set to false tonot publish the realm in the OSGi registry, thereby disabling the use of this realm.


To enable the backend engine, you have to register the corresponding OSGi service. For instance, the following blueprintshows how to register the PropertiesLoginModule and the corresponding backend engine:


When using blueprint framework for OSGi for configuring devices that requires passwords like JDBC datasources,it is undesirable to use plain text passwords in configuration files. To avoid this problem it is good to store databasepasswords in encrypted format and use encrypted property placeholders when ever possible.


There are several ways to download Akka. You can download it as part of the Lightbend Platform(as described above). You can download the full distribution, which includes all modules.Or you can use a build tool like Maven or SBT to download dependencies from the Akka Maven repository.


As an advanced approach to computerized adaptive testing (CAT),shadow testing (van der Linden, 2005) dynamically assembles entireshadow tests as a part of selecting items throughout the testingprocess. Selecting items from shadow tests guarantees the compliance ofall content constraints defined by the blueprint. RSCAT is an R packagefor the shadow-test approach to CAT. The objective of RSCAT is twofold:1) Enhancing the effectiveness of shadow-test CAT simulation; 2)Contributing to the academic and scientific community for CAT research.RSCAT is currently designed for dichotomous items based on thethree-parameter logistic (3PL) model. CAT algorithms are implemented inJava and the shadow-test MIP is modeled in FICO Xpress-Mosel. Rfunctions and classes are provided as API wrappers to configure and runCAT simulations in the R environment.


Sweet Home 3D may be run on Windows, macOS, Linux and Solaris, and is translated in 29 different languages. Depending on your system, use the following instructions to download Sweet Home 3D and install it:


Download -7.1/SweetHome3D-7.1-macosx.dmg/download (82.6 MB), double-click on the downloaded file and run Sweet Home 3D application found in the opened folder. To install Sweet Home 3D, drag and drop the application in the folder of your choice.


Download -7.1/SweetHome3D-7.1-linux-x64.tgz/download (70.8 MB), uncompress the downloaded file and run SweetHome3D application found in the uncompressed directory. To install Sweet Home 3D, move the uncompressed directory to one of your choice.


You may also edit your homes with Sweet Home 3D Online. The features of this version are similar to the ones of the downloadable version except that your homes will be automatically saved on the server of this web site once you registered. The Online version doesn't have any menu bar, but all the menu items of the downloadable version are reachable from its contextual menus or the tool bar, except 3D models importation, as well as photos and videos creation.


By the way, don't forget to regularly save your project by clicking on the Save home button (except with the Online version where the edited home is automatically saved). A Sweet Home 3D file may be exchanged with other users and may contain imported 3D models not present in the default catalog. You may also create images of the 3D view at PNG format, compute 3D videos from a virtual path in your home and export the 3D view of your home at OBJ + MTL format. Importing home blueprint This first step is not mandatory but it speeds up the drawing of the walls of an existing home. So try to find the blueprint of your home and scan it if you didn't do it yet, ensuring the image is correctly rotated. Don't import a large file in Sweet Home 3D, this image is supposed to be a helper, not some art! Choose Plan > Import background image... menu to display the wizard that helps you to choose and scale an image file, as shown in figure 4.


Invisible furniture isn't drawn in the home plan and 3D view, but it will still appear in the furniture list to let you make it visible again later. Importing 3D models If a piece of furniture or an object is missing in the catalog of Sweet Home 3D, you may import a 3D model file, and use it in your home (feature not available in Online version). More than 1400 free models designed by contributors may be downloaded at , but you can also download models from other web sites, or create your own models with software like Blender or Art of Illusion. Sweet Home 3D supports 3D model files at OBJ, DAE, 3DS format, ZIP files containing a file of this type, and KMZ files.


The models proposed at the free 3D models page may also be imported by group of models stored in a SH3F file, available in the SweetHome3D-models section at To install a SH3F file, simply double-click on it or select it after choosing the Furniture > Import furniture library item from the menu. To uninstall a SH3F file, remove it from the furniture plugin folder of Sweet Home 3D, and restart the application. This folder is shown when you click on any SH3F file listed in the Furniture libraries section of the Libraries in use pane. The latter pane is displayed by clicking on the Libraries... button shown at the bottom of Sweet Home 3D About dialog box. If needed, you may create your own SH3F files with the Furniture Library Editor, available for download at -1.31.jar/download (10.8 MB). Drawing rooms To draw rooms, click first on the Create rooms button. Create a new room or a new surface in home plan using either way:


The Blueprint file is written in XML and is usually contained in the OSGI-INF/blueprint/ directory, which is it's default location. This directory will get packaged with the resulting JAR file, and OSGi containers like ServiceMix will look there by default to check for one or more Blueprint files. This doesn't seem to be documented very well anywhere, but keep in mind that Blueprint files aren't required to be packaged inside of a JAR file. They can be standalone files that get loaded in to an OSGi container (i.e. dropped in to the deploy/ directory of ServiceMix) by themselves. This can be extremely handy for reconfiguring routes on the fly. 041b061a72


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