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OSGi and Apache Felix 3.0 by Walid Joseph Gédéon

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felix scope commands

One of the many powerful features of Felix (and OSGi-compliant applications in general) is that many actions can be applied on bundles without needing to restart the framework. Bundles can be installed, updated, uninstalled, and so on while the remaining functionality of the framework is active.

The following are some of the available commands and a description of their usage. We will get to use many of those as we go along, so you need not worry much about learning them by heart. Just know they exist.

Listing installed bundles: lb

One of the most frequently used shell commands is the list bundles command (lb), which gives a listing of the currently installed bundles, showing some information on each of them.

Let's check what's ...

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