I guess you are referring to Servicemix 4.
Yes. All necessary jars/bundles should be in your "system/" directory for servicemix to run if you start it very first time. After that, if you install a feature that requires some of external jars/bundles, you will need to make sure that they are in your local maven repository in order to install the feature successfully.
Thank you Joe.
I am not using servicemix 4. I am using 220.127.116.11. I am trying to run it on a machine that has no internet access (for the security requirement from our clients). But I am getting null pointer exception.
Is there a way to turn off internet access for servicemix 3.4.x?