Executing Karaf Commands in PAX-Exam Tests

I recently had to write an integration test with PAX-Exam that required to install bundles in Karaf during the test execution. Usually, when you need a bundle to be installed with such tests, you add them in your initial PAX configuration. But this time, I had to install a bundle during the test, which means […]

Posted at 7:07 am on June 3, 2016 | Leave a comment | Filed Under: OSGi | Tagged: , , | Continue reading

Setting up a YUM / RPM repository on Bintray

Bintray supports many kinds of repositories: Maven, Debian packages, etc. And this is very convenient for open source projects. I recently had to create a repository for Roboconf’s RPM packages. And the least I can say is that it did not work as expected. I made several attempts before it finally works. The creation of […]

Posted at 9:48 am on March 18, 2016 | Leave a comment | Filed Under: Miscellaneous | Tagged: , , , | Continue reading


My name is Vincent Zurczak.
I am a R&D Engineer working for a French Software Editor.

I have a strong experience in Eclipse RCP development, Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA) and integration issues. I am now working on a project related to deployment and cloud computing. The project is called Roboconf and is open source.

I used to be a committer on Petals ESB (OW2), SCA Tools (Eclipse) and BPEL Designer (Eclipse).

You can also take a look at my French blog and my GitHub account.