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==Platform==
 
==Platform==
  
===How do I deploy functionality to Corona's server-side environment?===
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===Q: How do I deploy functionality to Corona's server-side environment?===
 
;Installation:Package your functionality into '''feature''' and install it into Corona via an '''update site'''.
 
;Installation:Package your functionality into '''feature''' and install it into Corona via an '''update site'''.
  
 
;Runtime:The functionality should be started/stopped via ''IApplication''.  Configure the '''osgi.applications''' property to start your application.
 
;Runtime:The functionality should be started/stopped via ''IApplication''.  Configure the '''osgi.applications''' property to start your application.
  
==Release Engineering==
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===Q: How do I create a ''Server Component''? ===
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The Corona server-side platform uses OSGi Applications to manage the runtime lifecyle of a ''Server Components''.  These components are defined using the '''org.eclipse.core.runtime.application''' extension point.
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* see [[Corona/HowTo/ServerApplication | Create Server Application]]
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== Release Engineering ==
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===Q: What architecture environments are support by Corona's server-side platform? ===
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Corona's server-side environment supports the same architecture environments as Equinox.  Specific functionality per environment is provided via ''Bundle Fragments''.  Currently, the supported architectures are:
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* carbon.macosx
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* gtk.linux.ppc
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* gtk.linux.x86
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* gtk.linux.x86_64
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* gtk.solaris.sparc
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* motif.aix.ppc
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* win32.win32.x86
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* wpf.win32.x86
  
 
==Test Framework==
 
==Test Framework==
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===Q: How are test cases registered with the Test Framework? ===
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Corona's Test Framework provides the '''org.eclipse.corona.test.suite''' extension point.  This is used to register a suite of test cases to be run by the Test Framework.
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===Q: Where is test result output located? ===
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Corona's Test Framework create an XML file containing the test summary.  This file is located in within the ''working directory'' under the folder ''${working.dir}/.metadata/.plugins/org.eclipse.corona.test''.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 06:41, 31 July 2008

Contents

[edit] Platform

[edit] Q: How do I deploy functionality to Corona's server-side environment?

Installation
Package your functionality into feature and install it into Corona via an update site.
Runtime
The functionality should be started/stopped via IApplication. Configure the osgi.applications property to start your application.

[edit] Q: How do I create a Server Component?

The Corona server-side platform uses OSGi Applications to manage the runtime lifecyle of a Server Components. These components are defined using the org.eclipse.core.runtime.application extension point.

[edit] Release Engineering

[edit] Q: What architecture environments are support by Corona's server-side platform?

Corona's server-side environment supports the same architecture environments as Equinox. Specific functionality per environment is provided via Bundle Fragments. Currently, the supported architectures are:

  • carbon.macosx
  • gtk.linux.ppc
  • gtk.linux.x86
  • gtk.linux.x86_64
  • gtk.solaris.sparc
  • motif.aix.ppc
  • win32.win32.x86
  • wpf.win32.x86

[edit] Test Framework

[edit] Q: How are test cases registered with the Test Framework?

Corona's Test Framework provides the org.eclipse.corona.test.suite extension point. This is used to register a suite of test cases to be run by the Test Framework.

[edit] Q: Where is test result output located?

Corona's Test Framework create an XML file containing the test summary. This file is located in within the working directory under the folder ${working.dir}/.metadata/.plugins/org.eclipse.corona.test.