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examples/karaf-rest-example/README.md

Apache Karaf REST Example

Abstract

This example shows how to use JAX-RS to implement a REST service.

This example uses blueprint to deal with the jaxrs-server and Apache CXF as the implementation of the JAXRS specification.

It implements a BookingService with a REST implementation.

The “client” bundle uses the BookingService with a REST client stub.

Artifacts

  • karaf-rest-example-api is a common bundle containing the Booking POJO and the BookingService interface.
  • karaf-rest-example-provider is a blueprint bundle providing the BookingServiceRest implementation of the BookingService interface.
  • karaf-rest-example-client is a regular Blueprint bundle using the BookingService.
  • karaf-rest-example-client-http is a regular Blueprint REST client bundle using Java Http.
  • karaf-rest-example-client-cxf is a regular Blueprint REST client bundle using Apache CXF.
  • karaf-rest-example-features provides a Karaf features repository used for the deployment.

Build

The build uses Apache Maven. Simply use:

mvn clean install

Feature and Deployment

On a running Karaf instance, register the features repository using:

karaf@root()> feature:repo-add mvn:org.apache.karaf.examples/karaf-rest-example-features/LATEST/xml

Then, you can install the service provider feature:

karaf@root()> feature:install karaf-rest-example-provider

And the service client feature using Java Http:

karaf@root()> feature:install karaf-rest-example-client-http

The karaf-rest-example-client-http feature provides booking:* commands you can use to call the REST service.

And the service client feature using Apache CXF:

karaf@root()> feature:install karaf-rest-example-client-cxf

The karaf-rest-example-client-cxf feature provides booking:* commands you can use to call the REST service.

Usage

Once you have install a client feature, you can use booking:add and booking:list commands to interact with the REST service.

karaf@root()> booking:add 1 "John Doe" AF520
karaf@root()> booking:list