Spring JDBC in OSGi

Spring JDBC provides an excellent alternative to the dreadful Java JDBC API for accessing a database. However, using it in an OSGi container isn't so easy, as there are some pitfalls to avoid. I will try to describe here a solution to this problem.

Test Database

First let's create a test database. We are going to use MySQL. Open a MySQL command prompt and type the following:

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