Oct 13th, 2010, 12:35 PM
What is the importance of org.springframework.osgi.util.DebugUtils saying "Could not
I am deploying two OSGi bundles (Bundle-A and Bundle-B) in Virgo server. Bundle-A depeneds on one particular jdbc driver in Bundle-B. Bundle-B exports that jdbc driver and is imported by Bundle-A.
Bundle-A works fine and is able to persists data into databse but however there are debug statements printed by org.springframework.osgi.util.DebugUtils class stating
"Could not find class [oracle.jdbc.internal.OracleConnection] required by [Qualibria platform transaction services(platform.plan-1-platform-jta)] scanning available bundles"
The "could not find class" does not stop the execution of program. What is the significance of this error?
Oct 30th, 2010, 01:06 PM
Sonam: if you are asking questions about Virgo, the best place for this is the Virgo Development Forums.
Incidentally, just because org.springframework.osgi.util.DebugUtils writes the message doesn't seem likely that that is the origin of the problem.
Unless there is a message number, or other information, the provenance of this message is unclear. Perhaps you can be more explicit over on Virgo-Dev.
Last edited by Glyn Normington; Nov 1st, 2010 at 04:46 AM.