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RE: [wtp-pmc] Sybase contribution to the JSF project..

Hi David,
I am in complete agreement with you  on the need to base the source editor on the WTP SSE framework. We all will have an opportunity to review the contribution from Sybase and then decide the best course for integrating etc. My current understanding is that they are already based on the WTP XML editor.
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From: wtp-pmc-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:wtp-pmc-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of David M Williams
Sent: Tuesday, November 08, 2005 9:53 PM
To: wtp-pmc@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [wtp-pmc] Sybase contribution to the JSF project..

Raghu .. thanks for the follow up.
BTW, ... it is important to WTP (and Eclipse users in general) that we provide a
"well integrated" experience .. so I'm hoping (and assuming?) that the "source page" of
what ever editor they are providing will (re) use our WTP XML source page editor.

It should be relatively easy to integrate. Let me know if/when you or them get to the
point of having questions about that. While I'm not offer to do the work :) we'd actually
appreciate the "real life" test of integration, so we can improve API and docs.
Of course, the Schema and WSDL editor already do this type of integration, so
they should provide somethng of an example.


Raghu Srinivasan <raghunathan.srinivasan@xxxxxxxxxx>
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11/08/2005 08:12 PM

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[wtp-pmc] Sybase contribution to the JSF project..


Sybase is planning on contributing a application configuration resource
editor to the JSF tools project. They will schedule a public demo of
this feature at a later date.

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