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faubele (3) [Avatar] Offline
I'm starting with the enterprise aspect of OSGI and I'm trying to build the examples from the sample chapter 2 in eclipse with the bnd tools plugin, which i found very comfortable for building osgi bundles. I created a BND Tools OSGI Project, but I'm not sure from where to import the javax.* packages. Are there recommendations or best practices to include jave ee libraries? Should I just get the j2ee sdk? In the past I got the libs from tomcat.
Thanks a lot.
faubele (3) [Avatar] Offline
Re: Best way to include Java EE Libraries
Sorry, wasn't really awake. Made a user library from the jars resulting from the maven build of blog assembly and everything compiles fine.