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AEM 6.4 osgi.wiring.package; (&(osgi.wiring.package=org.json)

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Hello,

I am trying to use org.json (which can be found here: Maven Repository: org.json » json) to parse the json request since it is very easy to use. We have added the dependency in pom.xml as shown below:

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But after deploying our build, we encountered the error below.

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Can someone provide some inputs please? Thank you.

Regards,

Chris

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HI Chris

  I tried the same . I could replicate your issue. What you can do is add, the org.json as an embedd in your proj. That way this third party bundle will be included to your project bundle always

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I have detailed about the steps I have followed in the below article How to add a third party bundle to you AEM package ?

1)Open the pom.xml under <project>\ui.apps

2) Under the content-package-maven-plugin, add the the above bundles as <embedded> like shown below

<!-- ====================================================================== -->

            <!-- V A U L T   P A C K A G E   P L U G I N                                -->

            <!-- ====================================================================== -->

            <plugin>

                <groupId>com.day.jcr.vault</groupId>

                <artifactId>content-package-maven-plugin</artifactId>

                <extensions>true</extensions>

                <configuration>

                    <filterSource>src/main/content/META-INF/vault/filter.xml</filterSource>

                    <verbose>true</verbose>

                    <failOnError>true</failOnError>

                    <group>Sample Content Package</group>

                    <embeddeds>

                        <embedded>

                            <groupId>com.sample</groupId>

                            <artifactId>sample.core</artifactId>

                            <target>/apps/sample/install</target>

                        </embedded>

<!-- Embedding additional bundles -->

<embedded>

                            <groupId>[bundle_group_id]</groupId>

                            <artifactId>[budle_artifact_id]</artifactId>

                            <target>/apps/sample/install</target>

                        </embedded>

----- [Add all the additional bundles here]

                    </embeddeds>

                </configuration>

            </plugin>

So this will make sure the bundles are embedded to your project every time you build the same. You can read more about this here . Some more details can be read here .

Hope this helps

Thanks

Veena

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Dear Chris,

Thank you for your question,

Could you kindly add this depency as compile time depency?

e.g.

<!-- https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/org.json/json -->

<dependency>

    <groupId>org.json</groupId>

    <artifactId>json</artifactId>

    <version>20180813</version>

   <scope>compile</scope>

</dependency>

and tell maven to bring the compile time artifact into your bundle classpath as a Jar e.g

<Embed-Dependency>*;scope=compile|runtime</Embed-Dependency> [0]

[0] Apache Felix - Apache Felix Maven Bundle Plugin (BND)

Regards,

Peter

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Correct answer by
Community Advisor

HI Chris

  I tried the same . I could replicate your issue. What you can do is add, the org.json as an embedd in your proj. That way this third party bundle will be included to your project bundle always

1592683_pastedImage_0.png

1592732_pastedImage_1.png

I have detailed about the steps I have followed in the below article How to add a third party bundle to you AEM package ?

1)Open the pom.xml under <project>\ui.apps

2) Under the content-package-maven-plugin, add the the above bundles as <embedded> like shown below

<!-- ====================================================================== -->

            <!-- V A U L T   P A C K A G E   P L U G I N                                -->

            <!-- ====================================================================== -->

            <plugin>

                <groupId>com.day.jcr.vault</groupId>

                <artifactId>content-package-maven-plugin</artifactId>

                <extensions>true</extensions>

                <configuration>

                    <filterSource>src/main/content/META-INF/vault/filter.xml</filterSource>

                    <verbose>true</verbose>

                    <failOnError>true</failOnError>

                    <group>Sample Content Package</group>

                    <embeddeds>

                        <embedded>

                            <groupId>com.sample</groupId>

                            <artifactId>sample.core</artifactId>

                            <target>/apps/sample/install</target>

                        </embedded>

<!-- Embedding additional bundles -->

<embedded>

                            <groupId>[bundle_group_id]</groupId>

                            <artifactId>[budle_artifact_id]</artifactId>

                            <target>/apps/sample/install</target>

                        </embedded>

----- [Add all the additional bundles here]

                    </embeddeds>

                </configuration>

            </plugin>

So this will make sure the bundles are embedded to your project every time you build the same. You can read more about this here . Some more details can be read here .

Hope this helps

Thanks

Veena