Archive for the 'OSGi' Category

Having “fun” with JSR-303 Beans Validation and OSGi + Spring DM

Most Java standards are implemented using an api jar and an concrete implementation jar. The API constists maninly of interfaces but a class that looks up the default implementation. This lookup normally happens by trying to load a specific resource bundle which is located in the implementation jar. This can lead to “interesting” classloader problems when used with OSGi and Spring DM specifically
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