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* Install the client zip file into an Eclipse SDK (tested with build I0228-0930).
 
* Install the client zip file into an Eclipse SDK (tested with build I0228-0930).
 
* Start the SDK.
 
* Start the SDK.
* <em>Window -> Open Perspective -> Other -> JMX Resource Management</em>
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* Switch perspectives and create a connection to the server.
* <em>JMX Server -> Open Connection</em>
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** <em>Window -> Open Perspective -> Other -> JMX Resource Management</em>
* Choose proper host, port and protocol. (default is <em>localhost</em>, <em>8118</em>, and <em>rmi</em>)
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** <em>JMX Server -> Open Connection</em>
* OK.
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** Choose proper host, port and protocol. (default is <em>localhost</em>, <em>8118</em>, and <em>rmi</em>)
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** OK.
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* <em>Note:</em> The <em>Contributions View</em> will be populated with the available contributions from the server.
  
 
====Bundles====
 
====Bundles====
* expand Bundles
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* In the <em>Contributions View</em>, expand the <em>Bundles</em> element.
** note these are all the bundles that are installed on the server
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** <em>Note:</em> These are all the bundles that are installed on the server.
* expand org.eclipse.equinoix.registry
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* Expand <code>org.eclipse.equinox.registry</code>.
** note that the imported packages and required bundles are listed as well as the services
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** <em>Note:</em> The imported packages and required bundles are listed as well as the services.
** expand the imported packages to show what it requires
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** Expand the imported packages to show what it requires.
** expand the required bundles to show what it requires
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** Expand the required bundles to show what it requires.
*** expand org.eclipse.equinox.common to show it is recursive
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*** Expand <code>org.eclipse.equinox.common</code> to show it is recursive.
** expand Services
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** Expand <em>Services</em>.
*** note the 3 different icons for providing, using, and both
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*** <em>Note:</em> there are 3 different icons, one each for providing, using, and both.
  
 
====Extension Registry====
 
====Extension Registry====

Revision as of 11:45, 2 March 2007

Demo - in SDK

Server

  • Install the server zip file into an Eclipse SDK (tested with build I0228-0930).
  • Note you can set port and protocol via System properties (but we won't).
  • Start the SDK.
    • The server will start automatically.
  • Create resources in the workspace.
    • File -> Import -> Plug-ins and Fragments -> Import As Projects with source folders
    • Type org.eclipse.equinox.* in the filter to get all the Equinox projects selected and choose Add
    • Finish.
    • Note: The Equinox projects appear in the workspace
  • Look at a preference value.
    • Window -> Preferences -> General -> Workspace -> Build Automatically
    • Note: the auto-build preference is set to be true.
    • Close the Preferences window.

Client

  • Install the client zip file into an Eclipse SDK (tested with build I0228-0930).
  • Start the SDK.
  • Switch perspectives and create a connection to the server.
    • Window -> Open Perspective -> Other -> JMX Resource Management
    • JMX Server -> Open Connection
    • Choose proper host, port and protocol. (default is localhost, 8118, and rmi)
    • OK.
  • Note: The Contributions View will be populated with the available contributions from the server.

Bundles

  • In the Contributions View, expand the Bundles element.
    • Note: These are all the bundles that are installed on the server.
  • Expand org.eclipse.equinox.registry.
    • Note: The imported packages and required bundles are listed as well as the services.
    • Expand the imported packages to show what it requires.
    • Expand the required bundles to show what it requires.
      • Expand org.eclipse.equinox.common to show it is recursive.
    • Expand Services.
      • Note: there are 3 different icons, one each for providing, using, and both.

Extension Registry

  • all the extension points are listed
  • future work: add extensions, namespaces, better grouping, and more methods
  • navigate to the runtime.applications extension point and see the server application and ide application
  • Note: can we hook in Tom's demos here? click on an extension and start it remotely?

Preferences

  • Expand Preferences -> instance -> org.eclipse.core.resources
  • select node
  • select operation Put
  • In Invocation view, make the key "description.autobuilding" and the value "false"
  • Invoke
  • Window -> Preferences -> General -> Workspace
  • Note that the Build Automatically preference is now unchecked

Services

  • expand org.eclipse.core.runtime.IExtensionRegistry
  • expand Bundles and see who is importing the service, exporting the service, and both

Sleak

  • expand Sleak
  • TODO why don't these numbers look right??

VM

  • expand VM Stats
  • look at all the VM info

Workspace Resources

  • see the 6 equinox projects in the workspace.
  • select the launcher fragment
  • in the operations part of the form, select delete
  • make the navigator from the server instance visible to the user
  • in the invocation view hit Delete
  • note that the resource was deleted from the server

Demo - standalone application

  • unzip exported product
  • set up ppro VM
  • start the server

End-to-End demo

  • get the osgi.jar from the latest build
  • start OSGi: java -jar osgi.jar -console
  • install the file installer jar
  • drop in the server bundles