|JBI Deployment [message #620492]
||Fri, 17 October 2008 08:41
Originally posted by: michael.gebhart.googlemail.com|
is there a JBI editor for Eclipse within the STP project to model the
deployment of components?
I've seen something like this in the STP tutorial.
|Re: JBI Deployment [message #620496 is a reply to message #620495]
||Mon, 10 November 2008 09:44
| Vincent Zurczak
Registered: July 2009
Oisin Hurley a écrit :
> Hi Michael,
> Michael Gebhart wrote:
>> is there a JBI editor for Eclipse within the STP project to model the
>> deployment of components?
> No, we don't have a JBI editor for STP at the moment.
> It would be very interesting to have something like that
> here, however :)
I would be also interested by such a tool.
A GMF editor to visualize the components on the nodes and configure
them... A tool like JASMINe  may also fit that need, I don't know yet.
My company started to work on Eclipse tooling  for the JBI ESB PEtALS
. Though it is not part of STP, I signal it here because it is
licensed under EPL.
For the moment, it only consists in a set of wizards to generate service
units and service assemblies (generate jbi.xml files, import required
artifacts and create the JBI archives). One "interesting" point is that
we rely on component XSD files to generate part of the wizard. We
defined some kind of framework that could be reused to support other JBI
One extension I would like to explore when I get time is whether we
could use XEF (from the STP Policy Framework) to also generate JBI
editors (for the jbi.xml files - whose content vary from one JBI
component to another). And maybe see if we could make XEF and
"our rough" XSD framework closer (since we use XSD files to create
widgets, perform validation on user inputs and fill-in the created
Clearly, Eclipse tools for JBI is something I'd like to push later in
2009, in STP maybe (that does not only depends on me). :)
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