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From Jan Willem Janssen <>
Subject Re: Problem with ArtifactRecognizer for custom artifacts
Date Wed, 12 Jul 2017 13:09:58 GMT

> On 11 Jul 2017, at 14:20, Simon Huebner <> wrote:
> Hello,
> i am currently trying to add an resource processor for an custom artifact, following
the docs (they are outdated) under:
> I written a bundle with an Activator and a class implements ArtifactRecognizer, ArtifactHelper.
> Currently we are running an ACE 2.1.0 allinone server. The bundle was installed and started
over the gogo shell.
> If i add a custom artifact over the ui, it seams the recognizer is not called for a custom
artifact. None off my debug outputs where logged.
> ACE shows an error: "Artifact <> not recognized!"
> I think I'm doing something wrong in the Activator, here is the start method:
> @Override
> public void start(BundleContext context) throws Exception {
>    String[] services = {ArtifactRecognizer.class.getName(), ArtifactHelper.class.getName()};
>    MyArtifactHelper recognizer = new MyArtifactHelper();
>    Hashtable<String, String> properties = new Hashtable<String, String>();
>    properties.put(ArtifactObject.KEY_MIMETYPE, MyArtifactHelper.MIMETYPE);
>    context.registerService(
>        services,
>        recognizer,
>        properties
>    );
> }
> I have a processor as well, but as i understand this is not necessary at these place.
> Can anyone help me, or has a guide with more details?

There’s nothing wrong with your Activator: you provide the right service interfaces and
the right properties. My guess is that the problem is in MyArtifactHelper. Would you be
able to share that one as well? If not, you should verify that:

1) the `canHandle`, `canUse` methods both check for the right MIME type;
2) the `extractMetaData` sets the right constants, at least;
   - ArtifactObject.KEY_PROCESSOR_PID (fill this with the name of the resource
     processor that should be used to handle your resource in a deployment package);
   - ArtifactObject.KEY_MIMETYPE (fill this with `MyArtifactHelper.MIMETYPE`);
   - ArtifactObject.KEY_ARTIFACT_NAME (fill this with a unique name for your artifacts
     so that you can recognise it in the OBR).
   should be set and returned.

Hope this helps,

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