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With these concepts under our belts, we are ready to write some code, so let’s fire up your Eclipse Liferay IDE. Since we have made com. As the wiki assets are already in the OSGi container, we will use this option. The dependencies required by the production classes at runtime. This builds the build.
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Since we have made com. This header is used to add external dependencies into our module. As the wiki assets are already in the OSGi container, we will use this option. See the example code. Since this package com. If the package is already exported, we don’t need to do it again portelt we can immediately use the option CompileOnly instead of Compile in build. The following syntax extracts the jar and adds packages to our module.
This directive in the bnd header exports the packages to the OSGi container, which can be accessed by other modules. By default, also includes the compile time dependencies. With these concepts under our belts, we are ready to write some code, so let’s fire up your Eclipse Liferay IDE.
This tutorial focuses only on ‘Compile’ and ‘CompileOnly’. Dependencies required at compile time, but never required jqvax runtime. As we have defined the dependencies in Eclipse, we should be able to choose our class, which we have binded. Navigate to the Gradle Task view. Eclipse used Bndtools for generating the manifest.
OSGi Open Services Gateway Initiative allows you to divide your application into multiple modules, and thus more easily manage cross-dependencies between them. As you can see in the later part of this article, for this jjavax you need to configure it in both build. Create your Liferay Workspace project by following this link.
We achieved this by injecting wiki assets as a dependency into our custom portlet. Adding this to build. The dependencies required to compile the production source of the project.
Recently we used this feature to inject Liferay standard module functionality into our custom portlet. This builds the build. A dependency in the provided scope that is needed for compilation of a project, but it should not be distributed with it.
It lists all the modules available in the workspace project. The dependencies required by the production classes at runtime.
How to Inject OSGi Dependencies in Custom Portlets in Liferay 7 — SitePoint
Sample manifest as below. Liferay uses the OSGi container implementation of Equinox. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. Eclipse would have generated this file automatically. Portket are the directives or settings in the bnd header that are added automatically to manifest.
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This is jafax you need to specify in your build. This article was created in partnership with Ktree. And the linked resources at the bottom of this page. Hello, OSGi, Part 1: