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R-OSGi Properties

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Currently, R-OSGi supports the following properties:

Attribute Default Comment



= disabled

Enable debug output for dynamic proxy generation.



= disabled

Enable debug output for R-OSGi messages (= network packets).



= disabled

Enable R-OSGi internal debug outputs.



Amout of time (in seconds) between two SLP service discovery attempts (only when jSLP and service_discovery.slp are installed). This also sets the upper time bound for discovery.



Amout of time (in seconds) that a service registration in SLP remains alive. R-OSGi will reregister the service unless the service is unregistered with R-OSGi. This property sets the lifetime for SLP registrations and affects how long a registration remains stale if the R-OSGi service is shut down or if a SLP Directory Agent is used and the framework is shut down. Should be set to a reasonable value; too small values lead to increased resource consumptions for the reregistration thread. Too large values lead to stale service references, especially if a Directory Agent for is present. (For details about the role of a Directory Agent, see <a class="externalLink" href="http://www.openslp.org/doc/rfc/rfc2608.txt"> RFC 2608 </a>

. Please note, that service_discovery.slp does not require the presence of a Directory Agent.)

ch.ethz.iks.r_osgi.port 9278

The port on which R-OSGi operates when the (default) TCP-based protocol is used. Should not be changed unless R-OSGi is running in a closed environment where all peers use a non-default port.



Defines if R-OSGi should register the default transport channel support for the r-osgi protocol.