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The Corona v0.2.0 demo illustrates basic event collaboration between multiple Eclipse Workbench instances.  This demo will be continuously updated as new features and capabilities of Corona are introduced.
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== Corona 1.0.0M4 Demo ==
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The demo of Corona 1.0.0M4 is now available.  This demo was shown at EclipseWorld 2006 and illustrates the enablement of Eclipse Workbenches participating in a Workgroup.  The demo highlights technologies from the Corona and ECF projects.
  
The demo includes both client (Eclipse Workbench) and server (Corona server-side Eclipse platform) distributions.  These distributions are preconfigured to simplify the use of the demoThese are packaged as follows:
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The demo will start 3 instances of Eclipse.  The 1st instance is a non-UI Eclipse environment that is the Corona server.  This is a server-side Eclipse environment used to host OSGi bundles and non-UI Eclipse pluginsThe 2nd and 3rd instances are Eclipse Workbenches that will participate with each other in a Workgroup.
  
*corona_0.2.0_demo_server.zip
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Instructions for downloading, setting up, and running the demo are available on the Corona’s [http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/Corona_Demo wiki].   
**The “server” output from the Corona build
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**Eclipse Equinox runtime
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**Equinox Event bundle
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**ECF v0.8.0 server-side plug-ins
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**intended to be a stand alone, out-of-the-box distributionOnce it is unzipped, it can be used.
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*corona_0.2.0_demo_client.zip
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Your contributions are greatly appreciated. Please post any feedback or comments to Cornoa’s wiki, newsgroup,  or [mailto:corona-dev@eclipse.org?subject=Corona%201.0.0M4%20Demo development mailing list].   
**The “client” output from the Corona build
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**Equinox Event bundle
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**ECF v0.8.0 client-side plug-ins
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**Intended to be “installed” into an existing Eclipse Workbench IDERequires the config.ini to be manually updated.
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;Note:The corona_0.2.0 demo only works with ECF v0.8.0
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=== Prerequisites ===
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* The Corona demo assume you have [http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp Java 5] (JDK 1.5) already installed.
  
==Corona Server==
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=== Setup ===
#Install the Corona server
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# Download Corona 1.0.0M4 Demo
##Download the distribution [http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/technology/corona/corona_0.2.0_demo_server.zip corona_0.2.0_demo_server.zip]
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## [http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/technology/corona/corona_1.0.0M4_demo.zip corona_1.0.0M4_demo.zip]
##Unzip Corona Server into a directoryWe will refer to this directory as '''<CoronaHome>'''
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## Unzip Coron 1.0.0M4 demo onto your workstationThe location used will be referenced as ''demo root'' for these instructions. 
#Start the Corona Server
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### '''Note''' the destination folder must ''not'' have a space within its name due to a bug in the setup batch procedure.
##Open a shell
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### The download is a self-contained zip file that contains the Corona 1.0.0M4 plugins as well as the following Eclipse technologies.  These Eclipse projects do not need to be downloaded seperately.
##Navigate to installation directory of the Corona Server '''<CoronaHome>/corona_0.2.0_demo_server/eclipse'''
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#### [http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/technology/ecf/org.eclipse.ecf.sdk-0.9.1.S20060906.zip ECF v0.9.1]
##run the command: '''<CoronaHome>/corona_0.2.0_demo_server/eclipse/corona'''
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#### [http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/eclipse/equinox/drops/M20060921-0945/org.eclipse.equinox.log_1.0.1.R32x_v20060717.jar Equinox Log Service]
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#### [http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/eclipse/equinox/drops/M20060921-0945/org.eclipse.equinox.event_1.0.0.v20060601a.jar Equinox Event Service]
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#### [http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/eclipse/equinox/drops/M20060921-0945/org.eclipse.equinox.ds_1.0.0.v20060601a.jar Equinox DS Service]
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#### [http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/tools/emf/downloads/drops/2.2.0/R200606271057/emf-sdo-SDK-2.2.0.zip Eclipse EMF]
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#### [http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/tools/emf/downloads/drops/2.2.0/R200606271057/xsd-runtime-2.2.0.zip Eclipse XSD]
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#### [http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/tools/gef/downloads/drops/R-3.2.1-200609211617/GEF-runtime-3.2.1.zip Eclipse GEF]
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### Download [http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/eclipse/downloads/drops/R-3.2-200606291905/eclipse-SDK-3.2-win32.zip Eclipse SDK v3.2]
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#### Place this zip file in ''<demo root>/download''
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# Start a DOS command prompt
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## Change directories to ''demo root''
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# Setup the demo environment
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## Setup the Corona server
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### Enter the command ''corona setup server''
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## Setup the Eclipse Workbench for User_A
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### Enter the command ''corona setup workbench User_A''
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## Setup the Eclipse Workbench for User_B
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### Enter the command ''corona setup workbench User_B''
  
==Corona (Workbench) Client==
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== Execution ==
#Install Eclipse 3.2RC3 (or later)
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# Run the demo
#Install Corona client plug-ins
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## Start the Corona server
##Download Corona client distribution [http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/technology/corona/corona_0.2.0_demo_client.zip corona_0.2.0_demo_client.zip]<br>Note: distribution includes both Equinox event (org.eclipse.equinox.event) and ECF (org.eclipse.ecf.*) bundles
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### Enter the command ''corona start server''
##Unzip Corona client to the Eclipse 3.2RC3 eclipse/plugin folder
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### A DOS command window will be start for the Corona server.  This DOS window provides the OSGi command interface.
##Update the Eclipse configuration file '''eclipse/configuration/config.ini
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## Start the Eclipse Workbench for User_A
###Modify the settings for '''osgi.bundles'''
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### Enter the command ''corona start workbench User_A''
####Find '''osgi.bundles''' in the config.ini
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#### An Eclipse Workbench will be start. It will be configured with its own workspace as well as define the user name of "User_A"
####Append the following plug-ins names to the end of the osgi.bundles list so these plug-ins will be automatically started <br>'''org.eclipse.ecf@3:start, org.eclipse.corona.ecf.client@4:start, org.eclipse.corona.collaboration.client@5:start'''
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### Show the view ''[[Corona Project Container Explorer|Corona/Project Container Explorer]]''
#Start Eclipse Workbench
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#### Open the Window menu
#Configure Eclipse Workbench
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#### Select ''Show Views''
##Modify Corona Preferences
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#### Select ''Other...''
###Open the Corona preferences page: ''Window | Preferences | Corona Collaboration''
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#### Expand the category ''Corona''
###Set the IP address & port of the Corona server, <br>If you have both Corona Server and Eclipse Workbench with Corona Client on the same system the defaults of localhost, and port 47000 should be fine. If however, you have more than one Corona Client make sure the IP address is the IP address of the Corona Server.
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#### Select the view ''Project Container Explorer''
#Open the [[Corona Event List|Corona Collaboration View]]
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## Start the Eclipse Workbench for User_B
##''Window | Show Views | Other | Corona Collaboration Views''
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### Repeat the steps above, replacing "User_A" with "User_B"
##Select ''Event List''
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## Interact with ''Workgroup'' collaboration features
##For more details see [[Corona Event List]]
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### Import Workbench projects into workspace
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#### From the ''[[Corona Project Container Explorer|Project Container Explorer]]'' view...
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##### Right click Open Project Container CoronaDemo
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##### Expand the Project Container CoronaDemo
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##### Right mouse click on the Eclipse workbench project org.eclipse.corona
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##### Select import
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##### When prompted “Do you want to import resources to workspace?”  click yes
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##### When prompted for CVS username/password, enter ''anonymous''  
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### Generate collaboration events
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#### Create/Update/Delete Workbench project resources
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### Chat with users within the ''Workgroup''
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### Participate in a shared editor session
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#### Both sides right-click the same file. From the pop-up menu select ''Team -> Initiate Shared Editor''
  
;Note:The ''workgroup'' collaboration demo works best with 2 or more Eclipse Workbench clients
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=== Shutdown ===
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# Close the demo
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## Close the Eclispe Workbench for User_A
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## Close the Eclipse Workbench for User_B
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## Close the Corona server
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### Got the DOS window for the Corona server
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### Enter the command ''close''
  
==Create a Collaboration Project==
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== See also ==
#Create Workbench project named "TestCollaboration""<br>Note: Do not put any spaces in project name.  The project name is used to identify the '''workgroup'''.  Everyone in the workgroup must use use the same project name for the shared project.
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* [[Corona User Guide]]
#Add ''Collaboration Nature'' to project
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##Right-Mouse-Click on the project, and select ''Corona Collaboration | Add Nature''<br>You should get a message that the Collaboration Nature was added and prompted for the IP address and port of the Corona Server to use.
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#Update the Collaboration Project
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##Create the source file ''Test.java''
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##Update the source file ''Test.java''
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#All local ''workbench'' project events should be shared with the ''workgroup''.
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Latest revision as of 12:20, 18 April 2007

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Corona 1.0.0M4 Demo

The demo of Corona 1.0.0M4 is now available. This demo was shown at EclipseWorld 2006 and illustrates the enablement of Eclipse Workbenches participating in a Workgroup. The demo highlights technologies from the Corona and ECF projects.

The demo will start 3 instances of Eclipse. The 1st instance is a non-UI Eclipse environment that is the Corona server. This is a server-side Eclipse environment used to host OSGi bundles and non-UI Eclipse plugins. The 2nd and 3rd instances are Eclipse Workbenches that will participate with each other in a Workgroup.

Instructions for downloading, setting up, and running the demo are available on the Corona’s wiki.

Your contributions are greatly appreciated. Please post any feedback or comments to Cornoa’s wiki, newsgroup, or development mailing list.

Prerequisites

  • The Corona demo assume you have Java 5 (JDK 1.5) already installed.

Setup

  1. Download Corona 1.0.0M4 Demo
    1. corona_1.0.0M4_demo.zip
    2. Unzip Coron 1.0.0M4 demo onto your workstation. The location used will be referenced as demo root for these instructions.
      1. Note the destination folder must not have a space within its name due to a bug in the setup batch procedure.
      2. The download is a self-contained zip file that contains the Corona 1.0.0M4 plugins as well as the following Eclipse technologies. These Eclipse projects do not need to be downloaded seperately.
        1. ECF v0.9.1
        2. Equinox Log Service
        3. Equinox Event Service
        4. Equinox DS Service
        5. Eclipse EMF
        6. Eclipse XSD
        7. Eclipse GEF
      3. Download Eclipse SDK v3.2
        1. Place this zip file in <demo root>/download
  2. Start a DOS command prompt
    1. Change directories to demo root
  3. Setup the demo environment
    1. Setup the Corona server
      1. Enter the command corona setup server
    2. Setup the Eclipse Workbench for User_A
      1. Enter the command corona setup workbench User_A
    3. Setup the Eclipse Workbench for User_B
      1. Enter the command corona setup workbench User_B

Execution

  1. Run the demo
    1. Start the Corona server
      1. Enter the command corona start server
      2. A DOS command window will be start for the Corona server. This DOS window provides the OSGi command interface.
    2. Start the Eclipse Workbench for User_A
      1. Enter the command corona start workbench User_A
        1. An Eclipse Workbench will be start. It will be configured with its own workspace as well as define the user name of "User_A"
      2. Show the view Corona/Project Container Explorer
        1. Open the Window menu
        2. Select Show Views
        3. Select Other...
        4. Expand the category Corona
        5. Select the view Project Container Explorer
    3. Start the Eclipse Workbench for User_B
      1. Repeat the steps above, replacing "User_A" with "User_B"
    4. Interact with Workgroup collaboration features
      1. Import Workbench projects into workspace
        1. From the Project Container Explorer view...
          1. Right click Open Project Container CoronaDemo
          2. Expand the Project Container CoronaDemo
          3. Right mouse click on the Eclipse workbench project org.eclipse.corona
          4. Select import
          5. When prompted “Do you want to import resources to workspace?” click yes
          6. When prompted for CVS username/password, enter anonymous
      2. Generate collaboration events
        1. Create/Update/Delete Workbench project resources
      3. Chat with users within the Workgroup
      4. Participate in a shared editor session
        1. Both sides right-click the same file. From the pop-up menu select Team -> Initiate Shared Editor

Shutdown

  1. Close the demo
    1. Close the Eclispe Workbench for User_A
    2. Close the Eclipse Workbench for User_B
    3. Close the Corona server
      1. Got the DOS window for the Corona server
      2. Enter the command close

See also

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