Sorry for any frustration caused.
The error was due to a missing osgi bundle:
If you do
smx@root:features> install cxf-osgi
and then restart the hello world bundle, it should work fine. Or alternatively, you could just install feature "examples-cxf-osgi" instead of deploying the jar to "deploy/" directory since the feature "examples-cxf-osgi" is the same hello world demo and it will automatically install "cxf-osgi" feature and the hello world bundle for you.
Here are two previous posts for the same topic:
Hope it helps,
Note that the cxf osgi transport has been moved from ServiceMix to CXF 2.2.4. So Fuse ESB which will ship CXF 2.2.4 won't have to depend on
Thanks, that worked.
I should also note that the documentation states the example can be found at localhost:8080 when in fact the port is actually 8181 - which I had to find out by sifting through config files.
Just checked Fuse ESB 126.96.36.199-fuse installation "examples\cxf-osgi\README.txt" and it says:
Now, just open your browser and go to the following url:
Are you sure you are looking at Fuse ESB 188.8.131.52-fuse README.txt? Since it was 8080 port in older version Fuse ESB 4.0.x and we changed it since 4.1.x.
Just extra note, we use Pax Web as web container and HTTP port is determined by variable:
You might notice one configuration entry in your Fuse ESB 184.108.40.206-fuse installation "etc/config.properties" file:
\# Default port for the OSGI HTTP Service
That was why the hello world service was running on port 8181.
I was using the "Getting started" link I provided in the first post under the "Running the Example" section. In that document, it still says port 8080.
I see that FUSE ESB 4 is still incubating. Do you have any idea on a timetable for it to reach active status?
Are there other similar commands that need to be issued to get other examples to work? I got the cxf example working, but I can't seem to get the wsdl-first example to work. I deployed the file and I see it listed in the osgi list, but I get a 404 on the url.
I do see the port 8192 as being grabbed by something.
The documentation "Getting Started with FUSE ESB" needs to be updated since it still refers to old Fuse ESB 4.0 demos. I have raised a JIRA against Fuse ESB documentation: ESB-1021
to address this issue.
Thanks for pointing it out.
The next release (upcoming esb 4.2) will become the active release and move 4.x out of incubator.