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is the help content up to date ? [message #8530] Tue, 06 May 2008 04:57 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: gilles2.moreau.orange-ftgroup.com

Hi,

I am currently evaluating tigerstripe and i just need a confirmation about
the help. In the Tigerstripe help, I found this :

"In Tigerstripe Workbench, project generation is handled through
Tigerstripe plug-ins. Although advanced users can create their own
plug-ins (refer to Plug-in Design Tasks for more information about project
plug-ins), by default Tigerstripe Workbench ships with three basic
plug-ins:
A Java profile plug-in. Allows you to generate a Java-specific definition
for your Service Contract Model.
A JMS/XML profile plug-in. Allows you to generate a series of XML Schemas
that define a message-based implementation for your Service Contract
Model.
A WSDL profile plug-in. Allows you to generate a Web Service definition
(.wsdl) for your Service Contract Model.
So far, you have created a basic model for a Service Contract and you have
identified one single integration point with a single operation. In this
tutorial, you will generate a Web Service definition.
To generate a Web Service definition:
Double click the project descriptor (tigerstripe.xml) in the Tigerstripe
Explorer. This opens your Tigerstripe project perspective.
Navigate to the Generation tab and enable the plug-ins so they are
triggered once you generate your project."



In the sreenshot I see 5 tabs under the project descriptor screen:
Generation, Overview, Dependencies, Publish, Source.
And on the project descriptor screen of my project in Eclipse I see 6 tabs
:
Overview, Plugin settings, Dependencies, Advances settings, Facets, Source.
And i dot not find any information about the 3 default generation plugins.
May somebody help me to understand

Thanks,
Gilles
Re: is the help content up to date ? [message #9756 is a reply to message #8530] Tue, 06 May 2008 14:09 Go to previous message
Eric Dillon is currently offline Eric Dillon
Messages: 103
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Gilles,

Thank you for your interest.

The documentation is still being updated, but for the most part, it
corresponds to the last version of the commercial release of Tigerstripe
before open-sourcing. I expect the updated version to be available with the
final 0.3 release (end of the month).

In the specific areas you are pointing out here, we are making changes in
the functionalities as part of the 0.3 release stream. In particular,
- The OSS/J functionalities are now going to be deprecated. The TMF
Interface Program (TIP) is gaining a lot of momentum and will ultimately
provide the same functionalities than OSSJ. Also, the "bundled Java, XML,
WSDL" generation was based on a very old OSSJ spec which was completely out
of date. Which triggered their removal. You can contact the OSSJ (I am happy
to share contacts in a private email to avoid spam) directly to get the
latest plugins. These are still based on the commercial release of
Tigerstripe but are being migrated.
- the publish functionality has also been removed to be replaced by a proper
documentation generator plugin. This being worked on, and should be
available by the 0.3 final release.

So, I'm sorry for the confusion here. The open-sourcing process started
earlier this year and required a lot of efforts... We are nearly there.
Please stay tuned.

Eric


On 5/6/08 1:57 AM, in article
fbc2f3aeb23c3d19881f411eafacf3b1$1@www.eclipse.org, "gilles"
<gilles2.moreau@orange-ftgroup.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I am currently evaluating tigerstripe and i just need a confirmation about
> the help. In the Tigerstripe help, I found this :
>
> "In Tigerstripe Workbench, project generation is handled through
> Tigerstripe plug-ins. Although advanced users can create their own
> plug-ins (refer to Plug-in Design Tasks for more information about project
> plug-ins), by default Tigerstripe Workbench ships with three basic
> plug-ins:
> A Java profile plug-in. Allows you to generate a Java-specific definition
> for your Service Contract Model.
> A JMS/XML profile plug-in. Allows you to generate a series of XML Schemas
> that define a message-based implementation for your Service Contract
> Model.
> A WSDL profile plug-in. Allows you to generate a Web Service definition
> (.wsdl) for your Service Contract Model.
> So far, you have created a basic model for a Service Contract and you have
> identified one single integration point with a single operation. In this
> tutorial, you will generate a Web Service definition.
> To generate a Web Service definition:
> Double click the project descriptor (tigerstripe.xml) in the Tigerstripe
> Explorer. This opens your Tigerstripe project perspective.
> Navigate to the Generation tab and enable the plug-ins so they are
> triggered once you generate your project."
>
>
>
> In the sreenshot I see 5 tabs under the project descriptor screen:
> Generation, Overview, Dependencies, Publish, Source.
> And on the project descriptor screen of my project in Eclipse I see 6 tabs
> :
> Overview, Plugin settings, Dependencies, Advances settings, Facets, Source.
> And i dot not find any information about the 3 default generation plugins.
> May somebody help me to understand
>
> Thanks,
> Gilles
>
>
>
Re: is the help content up to date ? [message #562911 is a reply to message #8530] Tue, 06 May 2008 14:09 Go to previous message
Eric Dillon is currently offline Eric Dillon
Messages: 103
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Gilles,

Thank you for your interest.

The documentation is still being updated, but for the most part, it
corresponds to the last version of the commercial release of Tigerstripe
before open-sourcing. I expect the updated version to be available with the
final 0.3 release (end of the month).

In the specific areas you are pointing out here, we are making changes in
the functionalities as part of the 0.3 release stream. In particular,
- The OSS/J functionalities are now going to be deprecated. The TMF
Interface Program (TIP) is gaining a lot of momentum and will ultimately
provide the same functionalities than OSSJ. Also, the "bundled Java, XML,
WSDL" generation was based on a very old OSSJ spec which was completely out
of date. Which triggered their removal. You can contact the OSSJ (I am happy
to share contacts in a private email to avoid spam) directly to get the
latest plugins. These are still based on the commercial release of
Tigerstripe but are being migrated.
- the publish functionality has also been removed to be replaced by a proper
documentation generator plugin. This being worked on, and should be
available by the 0.3 final release.

So, I'm sorry for the confusion here. The open-sourcing process started
earlier this year and required a lot of efforts... We are nearly there.
Please stay tuned.

Eric


On 5/6/08 1:57 AM, in article
fbc2f3aeb23c3d19881f411eafacf3b1$1@www.eclipse.org, "gilles"
<gilles2.moreau@orange-ftgroup.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I am currently evaluating tigerstripe and i just need a confirmation about
> the help. In the Tigerstripe help, I found this :
>
> "In Tigerstripe Workbench, project generation is handled through
> Tigerstripe plug-ins. Although advanced users can create their own
> plug-ins (refer to Plug-in Design Tasks for more information about project
> plug-ins), by default Tigerstripe Workbench ships with three basic
> plug-ins:
> A Java profile plug-in. Allows you to generate a Java-specific definition
> for your Service Contract Model.
> A JMS/XML profile plug-in. Allows you to generate a series of XML Schemas
> that define a message-based implementation for your Service Contract
> Model.
> A WSDL profile plug-in. Allows you to generate a Web Service definition
> (.wsdl) for your Service Contract Model.
> So far, you have created a basic model for a Service Contract and you have
> identified one single integration point with a single operation. In this
> tutorial, you will generate a Web Service definition.
> To generate a Web Service definition:
> Double click the project descriptor (tigerstripe.xml) in the Tigerstripe
> Explorer. This opens your Tigerstripe project perspective.
> Navigate to the Generation tab and enable the plug-ins so they are
> triggered once you generate your project."
>
>
>
> In the sreenshot I see 5 tabs under the project descriptor screen:
> Generation, Overview, Dependencies, Publish, Source.
> And on the project descriptor screen of my project in Eclipse I see 6 tabs
> :
> Overview, Plugin settings, Dependencies, Advances settings, Facets, Source.
> And i dot not find any information about the 3 default generation plugins.
> May somebody help me to understand
>
> Thanks,
> Gilles
>
>
>
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