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eRCP development / deployment strategy??? [message #564102] Thu, 26 November 2009 04:12 Go to next message
Saurabh  is currently offline Saurabh Friend
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Hi,

I have developed an application on eSWT, eRCP using one of the IBM product i.e. IBM Lotus Expeditor. This product provides Lotus Expeditor Toolkit for development which contains jclDevice JVM. I developed this application in eclipse 3.2 as a Plugin. Post development I also created feature and update site project. I used this update site (site.xml) to install the same on Windows Mobile 5.0. The product also provides a Lotus Expeditor client which is used to install the application on devices. I have a clear understanding on how things work here.

My problem is that again I want to develop a new eRCP application using eSWT API. I have downloaded eclipse IDE for RCP development. This time I am not going to use the IBM product i.e. Lotus Expeditor. My question is which mobile JVM I should use this time and how to install the same in eclipse ??? Second, this time since I will not be having Lotus Expeditor client installed on device (on which I used to install site.xml), how will I deploy the application on device???? Are there free softwares available???

My understanding is that I need some sort of platform on which I can install my application as a plugin.... What could be that platform???

It is my humble request to you to kindly explain me this end to end scenario and softwares I can use..... in details.

regards

Saurabh
Re: eRCP development / deployment strategy??? [message #564190 is a reply to message #564102] Mon, 04 January 2010 18:25 Go to previous message
Mark Rogalski is currently offline Mark RogalskiFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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You need to find a CDC/Foundation 1.1 JVM to install on your device. Besides
the JVM in Expeditor, I understand there is a Creme JVM for Windows Mobile.
There may be some others as well. Once you have such a VM installed, you
should be able to run the whole eRCP runtime on top of it. Then you can
install your plugin applications using Application Manager just as you have
done for Expeditor.

If I may ask, what is your reasoning for not continuing to use Expeditor?



"Saurabh" <saurabh.pandey08@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:hekv7l$jna$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Hi,
>
> I have developed an application on eSWT, eRCP using one of the IBM product
> i.e. IBM Lotus Expeditor. This product provides Lotus Expeditor Toolkit
> for development which contains jclDevice JVM. I developed this application
> in eclipse 3.2 as a Plugin. Post development I also created feature and
> update site project. I used this update site (site.xml) to install the
> same on Windows Mobile 5.0. The product also provides a Lotus Expeditor
> client which is used to install the application on devices. I have a clear
> understanding on how things work here.
>
> My problem is that again I want to develop a new eRCP application using
> eSWT API. I have downloaded eclipse IDE for RCP development. This time I
> am not going to use the IBM product i.e. Lotus Expeditor. My question is
> which mobile JVM I should use this time and how to install the same in
> eclipse ??? Second, this time since I will not be having Lotus Expeditor
> client installed on device (on which I used to install site.xml), how will
> I deploy the application on device???? Are there free softwares
> available???
>
> My understanding is that I need some sort of platform on which I can
> install my application as a plugin.... What could be that platform???
>
> It is my humble request to you to kindly explain me this end to end
> scenario and softwares I can use..... in details.
>
> regards
>
> Saurabh
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