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Key: JERSEY-1880
Type: Bug Bug
Status: Resolved Resolved
Resolution: Invalid
Priority: Major Major
Assignee: Unassigned
Reporter: hstaudacher
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Jersey 2.0 incompatible with Eclipse Equinox Server-Side

Created: 05/May/13 11:01 AM   Updated: 08/Aug/13 05:01 PM   Resolved: 08/Aug/13 05:01 PM
Component/s: core
Affects Version/s: 2.0-rc2
Fix Version/s: 2.2

Time Tracking:
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Environment:

Eclipse Equinox 3.8+


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Participants: hstaudacher and Marek Potociar


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Jersey dependes on the osgi package javax.servlet 3.0 because the servlet spec version is mapped 1 to 1 to the package version. This prevents using jersey together with the Eclipse Equinox Servlet bridge. This bridged is used to be able to pack an OSGi based application into a war.

When deploying such a war file to a servlet container the bridge generates a bundel that provides the javax.servlet package for other OSGi bundles. Within this generation process the javax.servlet spec version is read and mapped. Spec version 3 matches package version 2.6. I have opened a bug against Eclipse Equinox regarding this mapping.

But I think it would be good to decrease the version minium within the jersey servlet import too. The equinox bug can be found here https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=407175

Maybe we can collaborate to gain a good integration for Equinox Kepler and Jersey 2.0.



Marek Potociar added a comment - 18/Jul/13 05:01 PM

Thanks for the offer on contribution - please check here for details how to contribute to Jersey: https://jersey.java.net/contribute.html

Moving the issue to Jersey 2.0 backlog for now.


Marek Potociar added a comment - 08/Aug/13 05:01 PM

After evaluation, it seems the issue is invalid. In Jersey 2.x we provide 2 Servlet modules:

1. jersey-servlet-core - depends on Servlet 2.5, is enough if you don't need JAX-RS 2.0 server-side async support.

2. jersey-servlet - extends the core module and adds async support and thus needs to depend on the Servlet 3 API.