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OSGi in Action: Creating Modular Applications in Java by David Savage, Stuart McCulloch, Karl Pauls, Richard Hall

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Appendix B. OSGi standard services

This appendix lists the Core, Compendium, and Enterprise services defined in release 4.2 of the OSGi specification. All services are optional: some are available from framework vendors, others are available from third-party vendors. Most service implementations work with any OSGi R4 framework.

B.1. Core OSGi services

Table B.1 lists the services defined in the OSGi Core specification. All of them are optional singleton services provided by the framework, except for the Service Hooks which may have zero or more instances registered by other bundles.

Table B.1. Core OSGi services

Name

Description

Package

Version

Package Admin Provides the ability to control and reflect over bundle- and package-level ...

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