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OSGi tooling for RTP Eclipse DemoCamp

OSGi tooling for RTP Eclipse DemoCamp

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My teammate Ted Kirby is giving a demo at RTP Eclipse DemoCamp presentation on November 10, 2010. This is the 15 minute version of OSGi tooling in Eclipse.

See event information http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_DemoCamps_November_2010/RTP
See Demo details http://bit.ly/eclipsedemocamp
Download original file http://bit.ly/b40pOS
My teammate Ted Kirby is giving a demo at RTP Eclipse DemoCamp presentation on November 10, 2010. This is the 15 minute version of OSGi tooling in Eclipse.

See event information http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_DemoCamps_November_2010/RTP
See Demo details http://bit.ly/eclipsedemocamp
Download original file http://bit.ly/b40pOS

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Apache Aries

An Open Source project for Enterprise OSGi Applications

OSGi Tooling Demo for EclipseDemoCamp

Apache Aries ± Project Overview

Who am I?
Ted Kirby - IBM Software Developer Demo Reference http://bit.ly/eclipsedemocamp

Slide deck adapted from:
‡ https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator/aries/slides/Apa che%20Aries%20-%20Overview.ppt

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Apache Aries ± Project Overview

What is it?
Aries is a set of JEE components that have been fit into the OSGi model according to the Blueprint container specification.
‡ http://incubator.apache.org/aries/

The OSGi framework that Aries runs in could be Equinox or Felix.

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Apache Aries ± Project Overview

Aries Content includes«
Blueprint container JPA integration JTA integration JMX JNDI integration Application assembly and deployment META-INF/services handler Samples, documentation, integrator¶s guide http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator/aries/trunk/

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Apache Aries ± Project Overview

Aries Blueprint Container
A DI container standardizing established Spring conventions XML Blueprint definition describes component configuration and scope
‡ Optionally publish and consume components to/from OSGi service registry.
Managed beans

publishes service
OSGI-INF/blueprint/ blueprint.xml

consumes service

A static assembly and configuration of components (POJOs)

Blueprint bundle

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Apache Aries ± Project Overview

OSGi Application Development Tools
WAS v7 OSGi FeP Test Environment

OSGi Application Support in RAD V8 
Provide integrated development and test of

Publish and Run
WAS v7 Server Support Blueprint Graphical Editor

OSGi Applications on the WebSphere platform 
Integrated with Web Tools, JEE productivity tools, and other capabilities in RAD  Supports deployment to WAS v7 OSGi FeP and includes the FeP in the WAS Test Environment  SCA support for OSGi Applications  Additional OSGi tools:  Graphical and wiring editor for Blueprint  Bundle Explorer  Tools for WAS OSGi extensions / Value-add

Bundle Explorer SCA / OSGi Integration

Developer Productivity (e.g. content assist, validation, re-factoring)

Graphical Application Editor

Tutorials and Documentation

http://www-01.ibm.com/software/awdtools/developer /application/index.html Free Eclipse Plugin for OSGi Applications 
Graphical tools to develop OSGi applications and bundles  Includes features that increase developer productivity  Creates OSGi Applications for any Aries-based server runtime.  Eclipse WTP 3.6 (Helios) required

Graphical Creation Wizards WTP 3.6

Creation / Import / Export Tools PDE Eclipse

OSGi App Devt Tool RAD V8

http://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/ibm-rationaldevelopment-tools-osgi-applications
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Apache Aries ± Project Overview

Backup

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Apache Aries ± Project Overview

Aries Blueprint Container
A DI container standardizing established Spring conventions XML Blueprint definition describes component configuration and scope
‡ Optionally publish and consume components to/from OSGi service registry.

Simplifies unit test outside either Java EE or OSGi r/t.

Managed beans

publishes service
OSGI-INF/blueprint/ blueprint.xml

consumes service

A static assembly and configuration of components (POJOs)

Blueprint bundle

The Aries BP container implementation is highly extensible: ‡ Namespace handlers supported to extend the Blueprint definitions ‡ Bean interceptors can be registered by handlers Other Aries components contribute handlers ± ³jpa´ and ³jta´ handlers. Some other Aries components are implemented as Blueprint bundles themselves ‡ e.g. JPA container
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Apache Aries ± Project Overview

Aries JPA Container ± Application Managed PUs
Provides support for ³Application managed´ JPA. Each persistence bundle has its standard JPA metadata located through the Meta-Persistence bundle header. JPA Container locates a JPA Provider which can service the PU and registers a Provider-created EntityManagerFactory service for each PU in each persistence bundle ‡ EMF service lifecyce follows the persistence bundle lifecycle JPA Provider gets persistence bundle classloader from PUInfo.
Persistence bundle
Bundle Manifest « Meta-Persistence: OSGI-INF/persistence.xml OSGI-INF/ persistence.xml Registers EntityManagerFactory service per PU

Managed EntityManagerFactory Registered on behalf of the persistence bundle

Entities

Uses

org.apache.aries.jpa.container
Uses

Used to build the EntityManagerFactory

createContainerEMF (PersistenceUnitInfo)

JPA Provider
javax.persistence.spi. PersistenceProvider service

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Apache Aries ± Project Overview

Aries JPA Container ± Blueprint Integration
The Aries JPA container context bundle provides a blueprint namespace for dependency injection of managed JPA resources. Managed persistence units (EntityManagerFactory objects) can be injected with or without a JTA Transaction Services implementation. Managed persistence contexts (EntityManager objects) are only available with a JTA Transaction Services implementation. Both managed persistence units and managed persistence contexts behave as per the JPA specification. Example blueprint with JPA resource injection and container-managed transactions:
<blueprint xmlns="http://www.osgi.org/xmlns/blueprint/v1.0.0" xmlns:jta="http://aries.apache.org/xmlns/transactions/v1.0.0" xmlns:jpa="http://aries.apache.org/xmlns/jpa/v1.0.0"> <bean id=³appMgd³ class=³com.acme.AppManaged´> <jpa:unit property="emf" unitname="myUnit" /> </bean> <bean id="containerMgd³ class=³com.acme.Container´> <jpa:context property="em" unitname=³myUnit³/> <jta:transaction method=³*" value=³Required" /> </bean> </blueprint>

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Apache Aries ± Project Overview

Aries JTA integration
Apache Aries integrates the OSGi Transaction Service Reference Implementation (Apache Geronimo Transaction Manager). Also: transactionblueprint bundle registers a ³jta´ Blueprint namespace handler to provide container-managed transactions for BP components

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Apache Aries ± Project Overview

Aries JMX Integration
Implementation of OSGi JMX specification. Aries JMX bundle automatically registers the JMX MBeans into any javax.management.MBeanServer service in the OSGi Service Registry.
ramewor MBeans ompendium MBeans
MBean Server M Bean ramewor MBean MBean Bundle State MBean M Bean Blueprint MBean MBean Permission Admin MBean J OSGi MX M anager MBean onfiguration Admin MBean MBean Provisi oning ServiceMBean M Bean Service St ate MBean MBean Pac age St ate MBean MBean ser Admin MBean P ermissionAdmin

Additional Aries MBeans

onfiguration Admin

P rovisioning Service

ser Adm in

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Apache Aries ± Project Overview

Aries JNDI integration
Provides JNDI-based access to OSGi Service Registry
<blueprint xmlns=...> <bean id="bloggingServiceComponent" class="org.apache.aries.BloggingServiceImpl"> </bean> <service ref="bloggingServiceComponent" interface="org.apache.aries.samples.blog.api.BloggingService"/> ... </blueprint>

registerService

OSGi Service Registry
getService

A way for a Web component to access a Blueprint component
InitialContext ic = new InitialContext(); BloggingService blog= ic.lookup("osgi:services/" + BloggingService.class.getName());

JNDI Context

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Apache Aries ± Project Overview

Aries Application Assembly and Deploy
The ³application´ project provides pluggable infrastructure to support deployment of an application consisting of a collection of bundles as a logical unit from an enterprise bundle archive (archive with .eba extn). ‡ An ³Enterprise OSGi Application´. Constituent bundles may be contained (³by-value´) in the .eba archive or referenced in APPLICATION.MF Only explicitly declared Services are exposed from the application. Config by exception - absence of APPLICATION.MF means:
‡ application content is the set of bundles contained by-value plus any repository-hosted dependencies identified during deployment.
Bundle Repository
Application Manifest Enumerates constituent bundles

blog-persistence.jar blog.jar blog-servlet.jar

json4j.jar

Declares Application ³externals´

blog.eba

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Aries Application Assembly and Deploy
Aries Application = createApplication(eba) Pluggable ApplicationResolver - NoOpResolver - OBRAriesResolver

org.apache.aries.application.management

Pluggable BundleConverters - WabConverterService

Manifest-Version: 1.0 Manifest-Version: 1.0 Application-ManifestVersion: 1.0 Application-Name: Blog Application Application-SymbolicName: aries.sample.blog Application-Version: 1.0 Application-Content: aries.sample.blog; version="[1.0.0,1.1.0)", aries.sample.blog-api; version="1.0.0", aries.sample.blog-persistence; version="1.0.0", aries.sample.blog-servlet; version="[1.0.0,1.0.0]´ Deployment-ManifestVersion: 1.0 Application-Name: Blog Application Application-SymbolicName: aries.sample.blog Application-Version: 1.0 Deployed-Content: aries.sample.blog; version=1.0.0, aries.sample.blog-api; version=1.0.0, aries.sample.blog-persistence; version=1.0.0, aries.sample.blog-servlet; version=1.0.0, com.ibm.json.java; version=1.0.0

Application Manifest (developer/assembler authored artefact) Enumerates constituent bundles and allowable version ranges Declares Application ³externals´

Deployment Manifest (generated during createApplication) Transitively closed description of all bundles resolved at specific versions to ³freeze-dry´ the application.

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Apache Aries ± Project Overview

Aries META-INF/services SPI handler
Common Java SE pattern for loading service provider interfaces: config file in META-INF/services containing class name of provider implementation. For example JPA defines: META-INF/services/javax.persistence.spi.PersistenceProvider ‡ Problematic pattern for OSGi where a client import of META-INF/services gets resolved to one provider. Aries SPI-Fly project provides a generic solution

Service Provider bundle org.apache.aries.spifly
Registers service with property spi.provider.url = URL to the associated resource in OSGI-INF/services Bundle Manifest reads « SPI-Provider:

OSGI-INF/services ³org.acme.impl.class´

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Apache Aries ± Project Overview

Aries Samples
AriesTrader ± Apache Geronimo DayTrader Java EE benchmark application converted to OSGi Application using web and blueprint components
‡ Objective is to demonstrate best practices ‡ Performance benchmarking

Blog Sample ± New application to demonstrate Aries features The Samples illustrate how to run Aries applications on a standard OSGi f/w (e.g. Equinox) + Aries + dependencies (Derby DB, PaxWeb servlet container). http://incubator.apache.org/aries/samples.html

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Apache Aries ± Project Overview

Example ³Blog´ Application Architecture

blog.eba
blog-api

Web application bundle

JNDI
WEB-INF/ web.xml

EM
Blogging Service
OSGI-INF/blueprint/ blueprint.xml

blog-servlet

Blog Persistence Service

OSGI-INF/ persistence.xml OSGI-INF/blueprint/ blueprint.xml

blog

blog-persistence

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Apache Aries ± Project Overview

Current Aries Consumers
Aries SNAPSHOT builds available right now Aries 0.1 Release content under discussion and will be available soon. Aries components are currently used by:
‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Apache Geronimo Apache Felix Karaf JBossOSGi WebSphere Application Server

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Apache Aries ± Project Overview

Futures
There are many new application-centric features that Aries may develop including:
‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ message-driven blueprint components and services declarative role-based security for blueprint components annotation-based alternative to XML configuration resource-reference metadata and bindings

(Original Proposal: http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/AriesProposal)

Interested in getting involved?
‡ http://incubator.apache.org/aries/gettinginvolved.html

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