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is the help content up to date ? [message #562832] Tue, 06 May 2008 08:57
gilles is currently offline gillesFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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Hi,

I am currently evaluating tigerstripe and i just need a confirmation about
the help. In the Tigerstripe help, I found this :

"In Tigerstripe Workbench, project generation is handled through
Tigerstripe plug-ins. Although advanced users can create their own
plug-ins (refer to Plug-in Design Tasks for more information about project
plug-ins), by default Tigerstripe Workbench ships with three basic
plug-ins:
A Java profile plug-in. Allows you to generate a Java-specific definition
for your Service Contract Model.
A JMS/XML profile plug-in. Allows you to generate a series of XML Schemas
that define a message-based implementation for your Service Contract
Model.
A WSDL profile plug-in. Allows you to generate a Web Service definition
(.wsdl) for your Service Contract Model.
So far, you have created a basic model for a Service Contract and you have
identified one single integration point with a single operation. In this
tutorial, you will generate a Web Service definition.
To generate a Web Service definition:
Double click the project descriptor (tigerstripe.xml) in the Tigerstripe
Explorer. This opens your Tigerstripe project perspective.
Navigate to the Generation tab and enable the plug-ins so they are
triggered once you generate your project."



In the sreenshot I see 5 tabs under the project descriptor screen:
Generation, Overview, Dependencies, Publish, Source.
And on the project descriptor screen of my project in Eclipse I see 6 tabs
:
Overview, Plugin settings, Dependencies, Advances settings, Facets, Source.
And i dot not find any information about the 3 default generation plugins.
May somebody help me to understand

Thanks,
Gilles
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