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Just a quick announcement this time around – the guys at the FUSE Forge have just started up Project LightSabre, which is a distributed version of the OSGi EventAdmin (example) service, using Apache ActiveMQ as the event distribution mechanism. It’s been tested on Equinox and Apache Felix, but it should work on other OSGi implementations too. It’s licensed with the Apache 2.0 license

Zoom! See the events go!

Zoom! See the events go!

Read the Getting Started guide for more information on how to get going with this.

Update: ECF has followed on with a similar implementation at Distributed Eventadmin Service using the same technologies with a difference license. Fair play!

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Written by oisinhurley

June 9, 2009 at 1:21 pm

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  1. This is really cool work! I’ve been making progress with developer tooling inside of Eclipse for Karaf/ServiceMix/NMR:

    Check out tonight’s progress:

    http://stephen.evanchik.com/blog/2009/06/karaf-running-workspace-projects.html

    Stephen Evanchik

    June 12, 2009 at 4:44 am


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