|Re: Can ecf.provider.jms support Cola/DocShare? [message #624322 is a reply to message #624321]
||Mon, 03 November 2008 17:18
| Scott Lewis
Registered: July 2009
Aaron Yu wrote:
> Hi, I have read a documentation
> ( http://www.eclipse.org/ecf/documentation.php#Instance%20Crea tion), and
> it says that org.eclipse.ecf.provider.jms.activemq plugin supports
> Shared Object, Datashare and Remote Services APIs. Does it support to
> run the COLA/DocShare?
It can, because DocShare uses the datashare API.
>If so, is there a wiki I can follow to run?
Actually, the way docshare works now is that if an IContainer is
connected, and the IContainer supports/has a IChannelContainerAdapter,
then docshare is started for that container/connection (since all
docshare requires is the datashare api. So in effect, what I'm saying
is that if a jms container were to be connected, then docshare would be
started just by that happening. See the class
org.eclipse.ecf.internal.docshare.ECFStart in docshare plugin.
The current docshare user interface (the editor context menu), however,
depends upon having the provider support the presence API...since the
user presence is used to get the ID of the target for the shared editing
(i.e. the receiver). So even though the docshare functionality is there
(as per previous paragraph), there's no way to initiate a shared editing
session in the UI (as yet).
One thing I should let you know...as per this bug/enhancement request
we are in the process of refactoring docshare to move the
synchronization/cola parts to a separate plugin (a new API plugin called
org.eclipse.ecf.sync for the sync API). This API (with cola
implementation underneath) provides access to a 'synchronization
strategy' that can be used by other apps for synchronizing document
changes (i.e. other than docshare). Right now, Marcelo Mayworm is
working on changing over the docshare app to use this synchronization
> have installed the jms provider in my eclipse, but I don't know how to
> use it with COLA.
> In addition, does ecf.provider.jms only support ActiveMQ? Is it
> compatible with IBM MQ?
It's my understanding that IBM Websphere Community Edition is actually
ActiveMQ...although I don't know what version of ActiveMQ the IBM
Websphere Community Edition actually uses. But I believe they should be
compatible (but again I'm not certain of that).
Sure. I apologize for all the trouble (e.g. the no user interface for
providers that support datashare but not presence API). But with your
help we will get you going with cola/docshare, etc. :)
> Thank you!
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