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The WTP Incubator is a generalized incubating project to foster the creation and development of new components of WTP subprojects, before they become part of a release.
The XQuery Development Tools (XQDT) component provides support for XQuery inside Eclipse. Our goal is to have seamless integration with the Eclipse platform and the existing XQuery engines but also to create a user experience consistent with both XQuery and Eclipse standards. The eclipse wiki page contains information about the project status, user guides, tutorials, and other useful information.
The XML Security Tools (XST) component supports signing, verifying as well as en- and decrypting of arbitrary XML documents based on the recommendations of the World Wide Web Consortium. See the proposal and the XML Security Tools Wiki Page for more information about this component.
The Visual XML Editor is a set of plugins that provide WYSIWYG editing ability for XML files. This can be used regardless of the XML involved, and uses CSS stylesheets to provide the formatting for the presentation layer. All that is needed is an stylesheet and an appropriate XML file to edit. It hides the XML tags from the user, allow them to have a word processor like experience but store the information in the native XML format.
The Service Interface and Data Types editors are Eclipse form-based WSDL and XSD editors. They provide easy-to-use, unified user interface and facilitating developers with quick and efficient application development in all WS and XSD related areas. In order not to restrict WSDL and XSD experts to the visual-editing capabilities of the tooling they also provide feature rich text-editing capabilities based on the WTP Structured Text Editor. See the proposal and the wiki page for more information about this component.
The JSF Facelets Tools project will enable the current features of the JSF Tools Project in a dynamic web project for Facelets. See the JSF Facelets Tools Project proposal for detailed information on the project. The JSF Facelets Tools Project Wiki has the project status and other developer resources.
The JPA Diagram Editor project will allow the JPA developer to create, view, and edit her/his JPA model as diagram. See the JPA Diagram Editor project proposal for detailed information on the project. The JPA Diagram Editor Project Wiki has the project status and other developer resources.