An OSGi service is a Java class or service interface, along with a number of service properties as name/value pairs. The service properties differentiate among different service providers that provide services with the same service interface.
An OSGi service is defined semantically by its service interface and implemented as a service object. A service’s functionality is defined by the interfaces it implements. Thus, different applications can implement the same service. Service interfaces allow bundles to interact by binding interfaces, not implementations. A service interface should be specified with as few implementation details as possible.
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