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    Default bundles not resolved

    Hello everyone.

    I'm pretty new to java and I've been asked to do some minor changes in a project that is already finished. Problem is I can't really get it to run from the sources I've been provided with and can't contact the author to get some feedback.
    As far as my limited java experience is telling me, it's an OSGI application with of 3 bundles:
    - com.xxx.yyy.service
    - com.xxx.yyy.service.external.interfaces
    - com.xxx.yyy.service.external.selfimplementation

    When I try to run it, I can see the splash screen for a while, but then an error appears. In the error log I can see the following:

    One or more bundles are not resolved because the following root constraints are not resolved:

    Bundle reference:file:/D:/Programy/eclipse/workspace/core/com.xxx.yyy.service/ was not resolved.

    Missing imported package com.xxx.yyy.service.external.selfimplementation.da taaccess_0.0.0.
    Missing imported package com.xxx.yyy.service.external.interfaces.businessen tities_0.0.0.
    Missing imported package com.xxx.yyy.service.external.selfimplementation.ma pping_0.0.0.
    Missing imported package com.xxx.yyy.service.external.interfaces.dataaccess _0.0.0.
    Missing required bundle com.xxx.yyy.service.external.selfimplementation_1. 0.0.
    Missing required bundle com.xxx.yyy.service.external.interfaces_1.0.0.
    Now, I imagine there's something wrong with run configurations, project properties or there's an eclipse plugin I'm missing but as I have no experience in OSGI apps, I'm running in the dark here.
    I tried selecting the right bundles in "project references" in projects properties.
    Also tried selecting plugins in run configuration - there are some effects, but they are usually giving me more errors like those above.

    Any help would be appreciated. If there's any additional info you need, let me know where to find it and I'll provide :)
    Thanks in advance!

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    Default Re: bundles not resolved

    Looks like an Eclipse-specific problem. Moving from New to Java.

    db
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    Default Re: bundles not resolved

    Can anyone help me with this? Sorry for bumping an old thread but I'm really stuck here :(

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