This is the second in a series of three blogs describing a step-by-step approach to building and deploying GWT applications in the SpringSource dm Server™. The first blog looked at the process of creating a simple WAR file from a sample GWT application. This next blog will look at turning the WAR file we created in Part 1 into a “Shared Libraries” WAR. This means that we are going to externalize the GWT dependencies of our application into an OSGi bundle so that it can be shared by any number of GWT applications. You can think of it as extending our dm Server with GWT remoting capabilities.