On 10/31/2011 8:15 AM, js wrote:
> On this page:
> its possible to download the:
> RCP Version of the BIRT Report Designer for report developers
> as a standalone application. Is it possible to rebrand this application
> with our own company splash screen and about box?
> Is it further possible to enable the update manager so we can install
> out own birt related plugins/extensions/menus etc?
> Thanks in advance, js.
to my target platform and then piece the plugins together in my own feature but maybe there is a better approach to add the birt designer (with all the bells and whistles=menus, views etc) to an existing RCP application?
This is essentially what it is doing. Look at the features and plugins
for this download that contains several perspectives including the
On 10/31/2011 11:33 AM, js wrote:
> I have now checked out:
> described here:
> and will try to get the designer up and running.
> Further I was wondering if there is a way to include the Birt/Reporting
> perspective in an existing RCP application - which already have multiple
> perspectives to chose from?
> I have tried to add the feature:
> <unit id="org.eclipse.birt.osgi.runtime.sdk.feature.group"
> to my target platform and then piece the plugins together in my own
> feature but maybe there is a better approach to add the birt designer
> (with all the bells and whistles=menus, views etc) to an existing RCP
There are quite a bit of differences. The RCP designer is setup to be a
simpler environment, removing a lot of the project specific functions.
If you want all of those features just re-brand the allinone instead of
the rcp designer.
On 11/4/2011 5:42 AM, js wrote:
> Regarding the standalone RCP designer there seems to be some differences
> compared to running the designer from an eclipse installation.
> 1) Its not possible to create a report project where an overview of the
> files are shown (eg .rptdesign .properties etc.)
> 2) When adding a resource/.properties file to the report there is no
> associated .properties editor
> So how much is left out in the standalone RCP application compared to
> running the designer from an eclipse installation?