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Using Swing for ui interface [message #7680] Thu, 14 August 2008 11:14 Go to next message
Ngwa Ambe Elvis is currently offline Ngwa Ambe Elvis
Messages: 25
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member

Hi,
Am very impressed of what you guys are doing. Have trying to achieve
something similar.
I was using the Appframework as base plugin to build my app on equinox
with spring DM both on client and server for beans injection as well as
implementing remote services, which i think its quite ok.
What I find quit interesting with riena is the notion of object
transaction, build in security and so on.

My main question is, is possible to make use of this features of riena on
the backend of the client, and use for the ui Swing(big fan). I have an
already existing ui interface in swing but will like to get rid of
appframework plugin and use riena.

How should i go about it. Thanks in advance.
Re: Using Swing for ui interface [message #7701 is a reply to message #7680] Thu, 14 August 2008 11:31 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: ekkehard.gentz-software.de

Hi,

I'm also not using all parts from Riena:

"only" ObjectTransactions and Remote Services

the ObjectRansactions are not bound to SWT - only to your objects
and you can send Deltas of Changes to the server and back

I'm a SWT / JFace fan and will use this in my RCP,
but the Riena UI doesn't fit to my needs - so I use my own UI concept
and (hopefully) some parts around the UI (Ridgets, Markers, Validation), too

ekke

Ngwa Ambe Elvis schrieb:
> Hi,
> Am very impressed of what you guys are doing. Have trying to achieve
> something similar. I was using the Appframework as base plugin to build
> my app on equinox with spring DM both on client and server for beans
> injection as well as implementing remote services, which i think its
> quite ok. What I find quit interesting with riena is the notion of
> object transaction, build in security and so on.
> My main question is, is possible to make use of this features of riena
> on the backend of the client, and use for the ui Swing(big fan). I have
> an already existing ui interface in swing but will like to get rid of
> appframework plugin and use riena.
>
> How should i go about it. Thanks in advance.
>
Re: Using Swing for ui interface [message #7720 is a reply to message #7701] Fri, 15 August 2008 07:32 Go to previous message
Christian Campo is currently offline Christian Campo
Messages: 590
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
hi ngwa,

as ekke already said. Riena is meant to be modular so that you can use some pieces and not include others. So if you
have an existing Swing UI and like to use communication, objecttransaction,security and riena on the server, that should
work (and if it doesnt you can file a bugreport). Its meant to be modular. If you have any more specific question, let
me know.

christian

ekke schrieb:
> Hi,
>
> I'm also not using all parts from Riena:
>
> "only" ObjectTransactions and Remote Services
>
> the ObjectRansactions are not bound to SWT - only to your objects
> and you can send Deltas of Changes to the server and back
>
> I'm a SWT / JFace fan and will use this in my RCP,
> but the Riena UI doesn't fit to my needs - so I use my own UI concept
> and (hopefully) some parts around the UI (Ridgets, Markers, Validation),
> too
>
> ekke
>
> Ngwa Ambe Elvis schrieb:
>> Hi,
>> Am very impressed of what you guys are doing. Have trying to achieve
>> something similar. I was using the Appframework as base plugin to
>> build my app on equinox with spring DM both on client and server for
>> beans injection as well as implementing remote services, which i think
>> its quite ok. What I find quit interesting with riena is the notion of
>> object transaction, build in security and so on.
>> My main question is, is possible to make use of this features of riena
>> on the backend of the client, and use for the ui Swing(big fan). I
>> have an already existing ui interface in swing but will like to get
>> rid of appframework plugin and use riena.
>>
>> How should i go about it. Thanks in advance.
>>
Re: Using Swing for ui interface [message #573236 is a reply to message #7680] Thu, 14 August 2008 11:31 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: ekkehard.gentz-software.de

Hi,

I'm also not using all parts from Riena:

"only" ObjectTransactions and Remote Services

the ObjectRansactions are not bound to SWT - only to your objects
and you can send Deltas of Changes to the server and back

I'm a SWT / JFace fan and will use this in my RCP,
but the Riena UI doesn't fit to my needs - so I use my own UI concept
and (hopefully) some parts around the UI (Ridgets, Markers, Validation), too

ekke

Ngwa Ambe Elvis schrieb:
> Hi,
> Am very impressed of what you guys are doing. Have trying to achieve
> something similar. I was using the Appframework as base plugin to build
> my app on equinox with spring DM both on client and server for beans
> injection as well as implementing remote services, which i think its
> quite ok. What I find quit interesting with riena is the notion of
> object transaction, build in security and so on.
> My main question is, is possible to make use of this features of riena
> on the backend of the client, and use for the ui Swing(big fan). I have
> an already existing ui interface in swing but will like to get rid of
> appframework plugin and use riena.
>
> How should i go about it. Thanks in advance.
>
Re: Using Swing for ui interface [message #573251 is a reply to message #7701] Fri, 15 August 2008 07:32 Go to previous message
Christian Campo is currently offline Christian Campo
Messages: 590
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
hi ngwa,

as ekke already said. Riena is meant to be modular so that you can use some pieces and not include others. So if you
have an existing Swing UI and like to use communication, objecttransaction,security and riena on the server, that should
work (and if it doesnt you can file a bugreport). Its meant to be modular. If you have any more specific question, let
me know.

christian

ekke schrieb:
> Hi,
>
> I'm also not using all parts from Riena:
>
> "only" ObjectTransactions and Remote Services
>
> the ObjectRansactions are not bound to SWT - only to your objects
> and you can send Deltas of Changes to the server and back
>
> I'm a SWT / JFace fan and will use this in my RCP,
> but the Riena UI doesn't fit to my needs - so I use my own UI concept
> and (hopefully) some parts around the UI (Ridgets, Markers, Validation),
> too
>
> ekke
>
> Ngwa Ambe Elvis schrieb:
>> Hi,
>> Am very impressed of what you guys are doing. Have trying to achieve
>> something similar. I was using the Appframework as base plugin to
>> build my app on equinox with spring DM both on client and server for
>> beans injection as well as implementing remote services, which i think
>> its quite ok. What I find quit interesting with riena is the notion of
>> object transaction, build in security and so on.
>> My main question is, is possible to make use of this features of riena
>> on the backend of the client, and use for the ui Swing(big fan). I
>> have an already existing ui interface in swing but will like to get
>> rid of appframework plugin and use riena.
>>
>> How should i go about it. Thanks in advance.
>>
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