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InstallHook and Sling runmode

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Hi,

Is it possible to read Sling RunMode in InstallHook implementation?

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It seems that code was good but way how I use it was not for Osgi aware hook.

Difference was in hook class context itself. Initially I just build JAR and put it into package in /META-INF/vault/hooks

Now when hook is in separate bundle installed before and defined in property in content-package-maven-plugin configuration it is osgi aware

In code InstallHookProcessorImpl.java I found that it looks for package properties in this format installhook.{name}.class to register hooks

Netcentric is using property "installhook.actool.class" but you can reaplce "actool" with any string

Thanks

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The netcentric ACL tool shows how you can get access to OSGI services via the InstallHook. There is not direct API call you can use, but you need to go via the SlingSettingsService.

https://github.com/Netcentric/accesscontroltool/tree/develop/accesscontroltool-bundle/src/main/java/...

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Thing is that I cannot get current bundle object it is always null for me

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Hm, but in the case of the netcentric tool it's working fine.

accesscontroltool/OsgiAwareInstallHook.java at develop · Netcentric/accesscontroltool · GitHub

Maybe you can start with a copy of the relevant code from the AC Tool and adjust it to your needs.

Jörg

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Level 3

It seems that code was good but way how I use it was not for Osgi aware hook.

Difference was in hook class context itself. Initially I just build JAR and put it into package in /META-INF/vault/hooks

Now when hook is in separate bundle installed before and defined in property in content-package-maven-plugin configuration it is osgi aware

In code InstallHookProcessorImpl.java I found that it looks for package properties in this format installhook.{name}.class to register hooks

Netcentric is using property "installhook.actool.class" but you can reaplce "actool" with any string

Thanks