|ecf feedback [message #607676]
||Sun, 15 October 2006 15:04
Originally posted by: n.lodha.zensar.com|
we found the concept really promising and are planning to integrate ecf
with our application. we are currently checking out the features with the
ECF 0.9.2 version.
some feedback to the community.
user presence/IM/ multi-user chat works pretty well.
The file transfer bug
(https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=147269) was resolved by
Scott but I am afraid I am getting a similar exception on using "send
file" through the ECF collaboration.
The exception is as follows:
Exception creating instance of:
GUID[OjSwJV2lvngThkB5i4VBR0ahBsg-] had exception creating shared object
GUID[OjSwJV2lvngThkB5i4VBR0ahBsg-] had exception adding shared object
org.eclipse.ecf.core.SharedObjectAddAbortException: Timeout waiting for
at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source)
The environment is WinXP/Java 1.5.0_05-b05/Eclipse 3.2 Release/EMF 2.2.0.
Co-browsing works but the events of the involved users are not captured. I
think it might not be intended.
Shared whiteboard worked but minimizing the second window leads to
disappearance of the older modifications of the whiteboard from that
All the best!
|Re: ecf feedback [message #607681 is a reply to message #607676]
||Sun, 15 October 2006 20:38
| Scott Lewis
Registered: July 2009
nawal lodha wrote:
> hi group,
> The file transfer bug
> (https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=147269) was resolved by
> Scott but I am afraid I am getting a similar exception on using "send
> file" through the ECF collaboration.
> The exception is as follows:
> Exception creating instance of:
> 'org.eclipse.ecf.example.collab.share.io.EclipseFileTransfer '
> Exception:org.eclipse.ecf.core.SharedObjectCreateException: Container
> GUID[OjSwJV2lvngThkB5i4VBR0ahBsg-] had exception creating shared object
> at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source)
The file transfer code that's in the collab example is currently in the
process of being replaced, and so this is unlikely to be fixed.
Specifically, we are introducing a new file transfer API plugin (soon to
be called org.eclipse.ecf.filetransfer), and it will be an asynchronous
file tranfer API.
Also, we are thinking of completely replacing the collab example
application over the next few releases, with one based upon the
presence, discovery, filetransfer, and remoteservice APIs, and with a
new set of UI features. We would like the community involvement in
this, so if you are able to contribute both ideas, work on new code, or
even existing code it would be most appreciated.
I've put together a preliminary list of needed ECF refactorings, both
for the APIs and for the applications.
The first one listed for "Application Refactorings and Rewrites" (below
the API refactorings) is intended to be what I describe above...a new
rewritten collab app. Please feel free to comment about these things
both in the wiki and/or on this newsgroup and/or mailing list. Your
input is much appreciated.
Please realize, however, that as a small all-volunteer team we can't
respond to all requests for everything (as much as we would like to) and
so will need to make prioritization decisions about things to do or not
do. If, however, you can contribute your time and/or code along with
suggestions, this would obviously allow us to do more.
> The environment is WinXP/Java 1.5.0_05-b05/Eclipse 3.2 Release/EMF 2.2.0.
> Co-browsing works but the events of the involved users are not captured.
> I think it might not be intended.
> Shared whiteboard worked but minimizing the second window leads to
> disappearance of the older modifications of the whiteboard from that
Yes...both of these features probably would/will be included in the new
example application (co-browsing and shared whiteboard)...hopefully with
more features, etc. Again if people have quality codebases that they
can contribute, and/or time to help us out (through coding, helping with
documentation, providing UI artwork, etc., etc) then please get in touch
with us via firstname.lastname@example.org or contact me (Scott Lewis) at
> All the best!
> Nawal Lodha.
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