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From "Harris, Christopher P" <>
Subject Re: How to inject CDI beans into Wink Resource
Date Mon, 16 Dec 2013 06:27:35 GMT
Hi, Luciano.

I did indeed find that feature in WAS Liberty Profile.  It’s called Feature Manager and
allows you to disable OSGI features as you mentioned.

However, I cannot find the same feature in WAS v8.0’s Admin Console.  I found a “OSGi
bundle repositories” section within the “Environment” section.  There’s another potential
section (Servers -> WebSphere application servers -> server1: Container Services), but
no JAX-RS services are listed among other services such as JPA settings, Transaction settings,

I’m not aware of any Feature Manager in WAS v8.0..(I hope there’s one though).

However, I could swear that I’ve read about similar WAS v8.0 OSGi-supplied library problems
being classified as bugs while browsing the IBM Community forums.  I can’t recall a specific
account, but I remember stumbling across such a post within the last 6 months.  The post wasn’t
about JAX-RS, but it concerned another Java EE 6 technology such as JSF, CDI, or JPA.

 - Chris

On Dec 15, 2013, at 10:31 PM, Luciano Resende <<>>

On Sun, Dec 15, 2013 at 3:29 PM, Harris, Christopher P <<>>
I was using Wink v1.4 with the Classloader Policy set to PARENT_LAST, but I was getting the
stack traces that I posted earlier. There's an issue with OSGI loading IBM's modified Wink
v1.1 library. That library is still being exposed to my project, which causes the method signature
conflict surrounding CreationUtils.injectFields.

I would like to use v1.4 if possible.

The WAS LP (and most like WAS as well) have an option on the server.xml to enable/disable
exposed features which will allow you to disable the rest functionality that comes with WAS.
Could you give that a try ?

Luciano Resende

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