|Control RCP App on Server over Web Interface (RAP) [message #601069]
||Mon, 09 October 2006 08:26
Originally posted by: janos.varadi.googlemail.com|
I have been reading various articels about RAP (Rich Ajax Platform). I also
read the article on http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/rsp/
and I am really interested in developing applications which are reusable for
Web and RCP.
I looked at the different ways, how to render Java Applications which run on
the server. I am not sure if I understood it right. Is it correct, that an
instance of a real GUI enabled Java (RCP) application is started on the
server and basically triggered by an Web App (e.g. Ajax enabled)? If yes,
does anybody have any code examples? I am looking right now at Echo2. They
proceed a similar way.
My idea is to run the rcp application (one instance per user, OSGI enabled)
in a servlet. A web App would be able to trigger actions on the server and
the RCP app would respond to the Web App.
Basically if I push a button on the web app, the equivalent Button is pushed
on the RCP App instance on the server.
Thanks for your help.
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