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The Driver for this packaged application would see a combined map containing both the Config Admin properties and the added properties, i.e. Note that the Driver is still responsible for processing those properties into whatever form is required by the packaged application, e.g. In both of the above cases, the use of a service reference to obtain an Endpoint create a temporal dependency.The Declarative Services component cannot start until the Endpoint service becomes available, and if the Endpoint service becomes unavailable later then the component will stop.in this case we combine the Map received from Config Admin with the URI properties injected with the Endpoint service.For example: The address of the Jackalope application is received from the injected Endpoint, and added to the configuration map that is used to launch the new package instance.For example, suppose an AMQP server provides its main AMQP protocol and in addition a management Web UI on both HTTP and HTTPS.All three endpoint types can be published as follows:instance Mgr.start(config Props, new Endpoint Publisher(context, "amqp", AMQP_PORT "/tcp", null), new Endpoint Publisher(context, "http", HTTP_PORT "/tcp", null), new Endpoint Publisher(context, "https", HTTPS_PORT "/tcp", null) ); Endpoints are published as OSGi Remote Services.On this occasion, we were able to do this for no fewer than 29 of the tested products, from 26 different vendors, each of which received a 'VB100' award.
On " property as a String-array; however it is also legal for this property to be a Collection of Strings, or a single String object.The following example code shows how a Declarative Service component could connect to the Jackalope application: the endpoint object and properties are provided.The endpoint object itself is not interesting, it is just a placeholder.The Paremus Service Fabric is a dynamic environment that chooses the most appropriate node for each software component to run on.
This means we may not be able to predict ahead of time which node a packaged application will run on.With the Guard component, this means that the second packaged application will run only when the back-end packaged application is running.This is very useful because many types of applications will fail to start if their back-end services are not yet available.The answer is you – with very few exceptions, you yourself are the only one you really need to worry about when it comes to online security.