|Re: Does it make sense to run headless Eclipse as EMF services back end? [message #758814 is a reply to message #758806]
||Thu, 24 November 2011 15:59
| Ed Merks
Registered: July 2009
On 24/11/2011 4:41 PM, Seref Arikan wrote:
> Greetings, I've successfully loaded xml output from web services to
> ECore models, which opens the way to implementing functionality using
> some of the EMF projects, such as query and model transformation.
> However, I want to expose this functionality as web services, and some
> EMF projects do not seem to support standalone execution and deployment.
Yes, some don't...
> In this case, would it make sense to host code in a headless Eclipse
> instance, and expose that with a web service?
I'm not sure. Web services usually need to run in a web container...
> Are there any other obvious options I'm missing? Would this option be
> available as Eclipse moves forward, and new versions of frameworks are
Certainly I'm motivated to make the core work in any runtime
environment. Other projects may not be so motivated. Best to ask
specific questions of those projects...
> Kind regards
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