On 29/06/16 11:43, us3r(a)mailbox.org wrote:
We had the same (or a similar) problem that the versions were 4.0.0
and 4.0.5 and not considered compatible. As a hack you can patch the
version in MANIFEST.MF.
The documentation about the OSGi adapter is rather short compared to
other integrations. It basically says look in the code. I consider it
as undocument even though there is a section in the ref guide because
it tells you nothing.
The more detailed docs was added in latest release. See
. But note that even in old release, there is bigger example with
extensive README (it's referenced from the official docs).
The OSGi adapter would need more love. A major demotivator is that
this little plugin has CXF as a dependency (and we don't use CXF in
our application) and thus drags in dozens or hundreds of other bundles
that we don't really want to care about but need some kind of setup
which we couldn't get to work. I understand that were are here in
RedHat land and CXF is one of their favourites but not mine.
We gave up on this and use the standalone security proxy. The 4.0.x
version problem and the huge dependencies (CXF) show how fragile this
setup is. Even if you get it to work I'd guarantee that it breaks
quickly when you update some other bundles. Version hell.
You can create JIRA for this issue and then we can possibly improve. On
the other hand, we focus mostly on JBoss Fuse rather than standalone
Apache Karaf (we just don't have possibility to test all versions as
each supported version adds some overhead etc) . And in JBoss Fuse is
Apache CXF already included, so it's not so big issue in comparison to
> Ygor Castor <ygorcastor(a)gmail.com> hat am 27. Juni 2016 um 13:09
> Done! Issue KEYCLOAK-3194.
> Em seg, 27 de jun de 2016 às 06:49, Marek Posolda
> <mposolda(a)redhat.com <mailto:email@example.com>> escreveu:
> it looks the fuse/karaf adapter might be broken in latest
> 2.0.0.CR1 release. Could you please create JIRA for it?
> On 26/06/16 03:08, Ygor Castor wrote:
>> I'm trying to install the keycloak adapter at Karaf 4.0.5, but
>> i'm running in some problems, this one i'm not being able to solve:
>> karaf@root()> feature:install keycloak-adapter-core
>> Error executing command: Unable to resolve root: missing
>> requirement [root] osgi.identity;
>> osgi.identity=keycloak-adapter-core; type=karaf.feature;
>> [caused by: Unable to resolve keycloak-adapter-core/2.0.0.CR1:
>> missing requirement [keycloak-adapter-core/2.0.0.CR1]
>> osgi.identity; osgi.identity=org.keycloak.keycloak-adapter-core;
>> type=osgi.bundle; version="[2.0.0.CR1,2.0.0.CR1]";
>> resolution:=mandatory [caused by: Unable to resolve
>> org.keycloak.keycloak-adapter-core/2.0.0.CR1: missing
>> requirement [org.keycloak.keycloak-adapter-core/2.0.0.CR1]
>> It seems that the feature can't find the
>> "org.keycloak.authorization" bundle, how can i fix this?
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