How do you get a list of all starting services?

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My Java based project is currently running in an OSGi container, where other projects register their OSGi services for others to use. If I know a service is currently registered, I can simply query, with the 'BundleContext' builtin method:

getContext().getServiceReference(LogService.class.getName());

However, I'd like to be able to query for all OSGi services registered in the context at that moment. I've looked into the available methods for BundleContext, but could not find anything there that would suit my needs. I am not looking to actual use the list of registered services to use the service object, but simply obtain the names of the registered services; I do not believe this would violate OSGi principles.

EDIT: I am not using Eclipse or Equinox in my dev environment.

EDIT: If accessing the OSGi services is not possible, or not recommended, with Java, I'd be open to just looking at the registered services via command line if that is...

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The Social Security Administration does have this information.
The FAQ section answers this question:

How can I obtain a history of all my employers?

Question: I have applied for a job that requires me to provide a complete history of all employers for which I have worked. How can I obtain this report?

Answer: To obtain a detailed statement of your employment history, you need to complete Form SSA-7050-F4, Request For Social Security Earnings Information.

Under most circumstances there is a charge involved for detailed earnings information. Considerable clerical handling is required to prepare this information. Unlike the earnings information used to compute Social Security benefits, which is electronically available, detailed earnings information must be extracted from microfilmed records through a tedious, labor-intensive operation requiring visual examination of each record before a statement can be produced and released. We do not charge for...

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(Adding to Charles's, Stefan's, and everyone else's great answers)

Like Stefan said, check out UserAccessor.getUsers() that returns a Pager.

In the UserAndGroupManagementService class in the CSUM plugin (that link goes to v2.0.1, since as of 6/28/2011, the Confluence v3.5 version of the plugin is still under development (in trunk)), we do some paging, so you might take a look at that for an example.

The way I've been getting a Pager in CSUM to access users is via GroupManager's getMemberNames(Group). So another way would be to do this for the group "confluence-users", although maybe in future versions of Confluence that group may go away- not sure (seems like it should be a role/permission to use Confluence, not a group, and I thought I'd read something about that, but maybe I'm making that up).

There is also UserManager in versions of Confluence before v3.5 that you could call getUserNames() on. Then you can page through the result set.

In...

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“How do I start a publishing company?”

This is a common question that runs through the minds of most self-publishing authors at some point in their writing career.

Starting your own book publishing company is an important step if you’re serious about your author business, want to sell other people’s books, or you just want to protect yourself and your assets.

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Get a list of prospective nannies. Advertise in newspapers, online ads, put signs up, and give flyers. If you have experience in child care, solicit coworkers and contacts to see if they are interested in providing nanny service or if they know others who would. Also keep in mind if someone does not want a flyer they are not interested so don't bug them they might spread the word, ruining your business.

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If you’re like most people, you started blogging to share information and make money while at it. But to make money with your blog, you need to get visitors to your site. And how can you drive traffic to your blog to show off all that glorious new content? It’s all about starting an email list.

Yep, you’ve probably heard this from Internet marketers and fancy-shmancy peeps online pushing “sales funnels” and “opt-ins” and all those sexy content marketing and email marketing buzzwords. And, when it’s time to get serious about making a business out of your blog, you’ll need to get on the email list bandwagon!

Why is starting an email list so important?

Let me guess, you’re on a budget (join the club). If you’re just starting out in the blogosphere you probably don’t have the cash to spend on a bunch of pricey promotion. But you need to promote your blog content to get new readers, which will attract potential sponsors and make all kinds of good stuff happen as...

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Many people believe starting a business is a mysterious process. They know they want to start a business, but they don't know the first steps to take. In this chapter, you're going to find out how to get an idea for a business--how you figure out exactly what it is you want to do and then how to take action on it.

But before we get started, let's clear up one point: People always wonder if this is a good time to start their business idea. The fact is, there's really never a bad time to launch a business. It's obvious why it's smart to launch in strong economic times. People have money and are looking for ways to spend it. But launching in tough or uncertain economic times can be just as smart. If you do your homework, presumably there's a need for the business you're starting. Because many people are reluctant to launch in tough times, your new business has a better chance of getting noticed. And, depending on your idea, in a down economy there is often equipment (or even...

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The Division of Long Term Care Residents Protection is responsible for the training and testing program for CNAs and for the CNA Registry.

To work as a certified nursing assistant (CNA) in a nursing home in the State of Delaware, either as facility staff or as contract/agency staff, individuals must meet the CNA requirements given in the State of Delaware law and regulations. The requirements include taking required training in an approved program and passing a test.

Individuals who are shown to be competent are placed on the CNA Registry. The certification as a CNA must be renewed every 24 months. Skilled nursing facilities and nursing facilities (intermediate care facilities) can only hire CNAs who are on Delaware's CNA Registry, in good standing.

Registry Status

To verify if someone is a CNA in good standing in the State of Delaware, you can check the Delaware CNA Registry. You can also call the CNA Registry at...

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