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=== Components ===
 
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      <td>[[Corona/Platform|Platform]]</td>
 
      <td>Corona's Eclipse server-side runtime environment</td>
 
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      <td>[[Corona/Releng|Release Engineering]]</td>
 
      <td>Corona's PDE Build process, etc...</td>
 
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      <td>[[Corona/Test|Test Framework]]</td>
 
      <td>Test framework for automated execution of unit tests.</td>
 
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      <td>[[Corona/Database|Database Server]]</td>
 
      <td>OSGi Application Database Server</td>
 
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=== Resources ===
 
=== Resources ===

Revision as of 09:01, 27 February 2008

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Corona Project - Tools Services Framework

Corona is the Eclipse Tools Services Framework that enables workgroup collaboration. The workgroup is defined as multiple Eclipse based application that share a common context. Corona will distribute actions and events that occur in a local Eclipse workspace to all members of the workgroup.

Corona uses an Eclipse based server-side environment to manage its workgroup environment. Eclipse (non-ui) plug-ins can be deployed to Corona’s server to provide persistent handling of workgroup actions and events. These server-side plug-ins provide web service endpoints and/or participate in Corona’s event model to increase the value of commercial software solutions through cross-product integration.

Project Goals

  • Provide Eclipse based server-side environment to manage Corona's workgroup environment
    • Provide an OSGi-based SOA component framework for server-side Eclipse plug-in deployment.
    • Provide manageability of component and resources via WSDM
  • Provide a context for collaboration within a distributed workgroup environment
    • Distributed Event Model
  • Provide a SDK for create Corona hosted plugins

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