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Web Applications Using Spring and OSGi

Abstract

Deploying an OSGi bundle to be enabled on the Web can be a little more demanding than deploying a standard OSGi bundle containing business services, because it has to be managed by an underlying OSGi’fied web container. Throughout the book you’ve explored many variations to do just this, starting off with a stand-alone OSGi web bundle in Chapter 1 and continuing on with an examination of the use of the standard Web Archive (WAR) format employed in Java web applications in Chapter 2.

Keywords

Configuration File Secure Socket Layer Transport Layer Security Cascade Style Sheets Flex Application 
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    Wikipedia, “Transport Layer Security,” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transport_Layer_SecurityGoogle Scholar
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    Christophe Coenraets, “Using Flex with Spring,” http://coenraets.org/flex-spring/Google Scholar

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© Daniel Rubio 2009

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