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brijeshnk (1) [Avatar] Offline
this question is related to servicemix 3.3.

whats the use of shared library in SMX. I have servicemix-bean su , which i need to reuse multile SAs , can i create it as shared library and resue across the SAs

whats is proxying or passthrough services in servicemix-http bc

tijs.rademakers (494) [Avatar] Offline
Re: shared library
Hi Brijesh,

A shared library can be used to make a set of common classes available to multiple service assemblies. So instead of including the same classes in every service assembly you deploy it one time to the ServiceMix container and then you can reuse it across service assemblies.
If you have a servicemix-bean service unit which you want to use in multiple service assemblies and therefore multiple service units, you don't have to do anything special. Because you specify a unique service and endpoint name for you servicemix-bean endpoint, you can use this service and endpoint name as a target for other service units, also in other service assemblies.

Best regards,