Talk:Embedding OSGi

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To the author of this article: The link titled "following demonstration", in the second paragraph, is invalid. It is currently pointing to: http://smi-protege/repos/protege/protege4/misc/examples/embedded/trunk

Assuming that this link was intended to point to source-code download, I think it would be very helpful, especially for someone like myself that has never used OSGi before. We are developing an [open source] java app, and are experiencing jar conflicts between different frameworks that we are using, and am considering OSGI for resolving the issue. If that doesn't work, we will split out the framework into a separate app, and wrap it with a rest service api. Actually, in your opinion, what advantage would an OSGI solution have over this [rest] approach?...in terms of code/architecture complexity, and/or performance?

Thanks in advance for your consideration.

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