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Revision as of 14:17, 5 April 2008

Corona's server-side platform is an Eclipse runtime environment. So, its architecture should be familiar to those who are already familiar with the Eclipse Workbench. The same concepts of bundles, plug-ins, and features are supported across both the client and server environments. The Corona server-side platform also supports the OSGi Application concept to manage the runtime lifecycle of a server component.

Components

Name Description
Platform Corona's Eclipse server-side runtime environment
Release Engineering Corona's PDE Build process, etc...
Test Framework Test framework for automated execution of unit tests.
Container: Database OSGi Application for "data" container server
Container: Help OSGi Application for "help" container server