Swing Application on OSGI

I couldn’t continue working on the Java Swing application over the last month because of a major project. After finishing it, I continued working on it in the evening or at weekends and finally it is running on Apache Felix.

The application needed some small fixes at the configuration to include Apache Derby as embedded database and some minor refactorings to make i18n easier. Now it can be downloaded as source-code from SourceForge SVN servers.

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5 responses to “Swing Application on OSGI”

  1. karussell says :

    Hi, this is interesting. Where could this application be downloaded on sourceforge (project name)?
    Did you use Spring Rich Client for that?

  2. danielrohe says :

    The projects name is daro and it is released at sourceforge under http://daro.sourceforge.net/. There is currently no release but you can use the source code and build it by your own. The project contains two streams one is using OSGI and the other is using the ServiceLoader which is part of JDK 6.

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