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Connection Framework for RCP - Best practises? [message #31450] Fri, 15 June 2007 17:53 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: tom.seidel.spiritlink.de

Hi,

I'm trying to integrate the Connection-Framework into my RCP but have
several problems. I hope you can help. I want to use the framework to
connect to a Webservice for gathering data and visualizing via
Views/Editors/etc. My first question: Is the connection-framework a good
choice for realizing the basic-connection? I read that you have
implemented an offline-functionality what would help me a lot. I tried
to implement a dataSource and Connection-Profile via Extension-Point but
have absolute no idea what to do next.- I couldn't find any
documentation how to interact with a connection/datasource on the upper
levels. I'm analyzing now the code of the database-connectivities, but
it's very hard to understand the workflow of this complex plugins. In
addition I don't understand the oda-datasources in the data source
explorer. What are the functionalities you provide e.g. for flat files
with this view?

Is there any "Hello World"- Application or Documentation how to use the
Connection-Framework for individual requirements?

Thanks in advance

--
Cheerz,
Tom
Re: Connection Framework for RCP - Best practises? [message #33459 is a reply to message #31450] Thu, 26 July 2007 14:17 Go to previous message
drew frantz is currently offline drew frantz
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Has there been a response to this query I am also interested in this
capability.

"Tom Seidel" <tom.seidel@spiritlink.de> wrote in message
news:f4ujmn$ntc$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Hi,
>
> I'm trying to integrate the Connection-Framework into my RCP but have
> several problems. I hope you can help. I want to use the framework to
> connect to a Webservice for gathering data and visualizing via
> Views/Editors/etc. My first question: Is the connection-framework a good
> choice for realizing the basic-connection? I read that you have
> implemented an offline-functionality what would help me a lot. I tried to
> implement a dataSource and Connection-Profile via Extension-Point but have
> absolute no idea what to do next.- I couldn't find any documentation how
> to interact with a connection/datasource on the upper levels. I'm
> analyzing now the code of the database-connectivities, but it's very hard
> to understand the workflow of this complex plugins. In addition I don't
> understand the oda-datasources in the data source explorer. What are the
> functionalities you provide e.g. for flat files with this view?
>
> Is there any "Hello World"- Application or Documentation how to use the
> Connection-Framework for individual requirements?
>
> Thanks in advance
>
> --
> Cheerz,
> Tom
Re: Connection Framework for RCP - Best practises? [message #586819 is a reply to message #31450] Thu, 26 July 2007 14:17 Go to previous message
drew frantz is currently offline drew frantz
Messages: 340
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Has there been a response to this query I am also interested in this
capability.

"Tom Seidel" <tom.seidel@spiritlink.de> wrote in message
news:f4ujmn$ntc$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Hi,
>
> I'm trying to integrate the Connection-Framework into my RCP but have
> several problems. I hope you can help. I want to use the framework to
> connect to a Webservice for gathering data and visualizing via
> Views/Editors/etc. My first question: Is the connection-framework a good
> choice for realizing the basic-connection? I read that you have
> implemented an offline-functionality what would help me a lot. I tried to
> implement a dataSource and Connection-Profile via Extension-Point but have
> absolute no idea what to do next.- I couldn't find any documentation how
> to interact with a connection/datasource on the upper levels. I'm
> analyzing now the code of the database-connectivities, but it's very hard
> to understand the workflow of this complex plugins. In addition I don't
> understand the oda-datasources in the data source explorer. What are the
> functionalities you provide e.g. for flat files with this view?
>
> Is there any "Hello World"- Application or Documentation how to use the
> Connection-Framework for individual requirements?
>
> Thanks in advance
>
> --
> Cheerz,
> Tom
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