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<title>Bundle and Library Provisioning</title>
After successful configuration of an instance of the
in Eclipse you can use
the Repository Browser to very easily install bundles and libraries from
the remote
SpringSource Enterprise Bundle Repository.
To open the Repository Browser double-click a
instance in the Servers
view and select the "Repository" tab in the server editor. Please note
that opening of the
Editor may take a few seconds as the contents of the local repository needs
to be indexed
before opening.
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The left section of the Repository Browser allows the user to run
searches against the
@ebr@ and displays matching results. The search can
take parts of bundle symbolic names, class or package names and allows
wildcards such as
&lsquo;?&rsquo; and &lsquo;*&rsquo;. By selecting the checkbox left to a matching
bundle and/or library and clicking
the "Download" button it is very easy to install new bundles in the For your
convenience JARs containing the bundle source code can be automatically
downloaded as well.
Clicking the "Download" button will trigger an Eclipse background job that
will download
the selected repository artifacts and -- if desired -- the source JARs
one after another.
The section on the right displays the currently installed bundles and
libraries. Bundles
with available sources are visually marked. You can very easily download
missing source
JARs by using the "Install Sources" button.