|Create a Xef based Editor [message #621534]
||Sat, 23 January 2010 05:22
Registered: November 2009
I've read that actually ws-policy editor in STP was developed on XEF, Xml Editor Framework.
I desire to build a speed eclipse plug-in, for edit xml files (conforms a particular schema), so I'm thinking to use XEF to make it. (I need to make it for educational purpose)
"I don't know where i need to start", the information that I've readed http://wiki.eclipse.org/STP/Policy_Component are not enough.. .. Is there a tutorial or similiar to understand that components?
A doubt, the graphic interface of ws-polivy editor (rectangular similar class in uml class diagram), that also I need to build in my project, is contribuited by XEf or another plug-in (WTP?).
I've tried the street "emf->gmf" but is too long
|Re: [stp-newsgroup] Create a Xef based Editor [message #621552 is a reply to message #621534]
||Sat, 28 August 2010 18:25
| Oisin Hurley
Registered: July 2009
If you are looking to create a 'graphical' editor, like the WSDL or|
WS-Policy assertion editor, then XEF is not what you require. Instead
you should look at the WSDL editor code first, and the WS-Policy
Assertion editor secord. If you have an XML schema, and you are
looking for a form-based editor for documents, the XEF may do
what you want (the documentation is at
http://wiki.eclipse.org/STP/XEF_XML_Framework - it may be a
bit out of date!).
I'm sorry, but there is no tutorial available - it would be great
to have one contributed!
The graphical interface of the WS-Policy editor is not
part of XEF - it's an extension of the WSDL editor.
> I've tried the street "emf->gmf" but is too long
:D look at the GEF editor instead!
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