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Select '''File > New > Other... > Plug-in Development > Update Site Project'''. Open the Update Site Editor and add the features you want to publish. A site can contain multiple categories of features, and we added one for this example. After adding a feature, it has to be explicitly published (Figure 4.6).
 
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Select '''File > New > Other... > Plug-in Development
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> Update Site Project'''. Open the Update Site Editor
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and add the features you want to publish. A site can contain
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example. After adding a feature, it has to be explicitly  
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Click '''Build All''' to build all features and plug-ins
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recursively required for this update site. The result is
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an update site that is ready to be used in your Navigator (Figure 4.7).
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Click '''Build All''' to build all features and plug-ins recursively required for this update site. The result is an update site that is ready to be used in your Navigator (Figure 4.7).
  
 
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;'''Figure 4.6'''&nbsp;&nbsp;Creating an update site
 
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Creating an update site
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;'''Figure 4.7'''&nbsp;&nbsp;Building features and plug-ins for an update site
  
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You can simply drag the contents of the Hello World Update Site project to an  file transfer protocol (FTP) client to publish at a Web site. Alternatively, you can even test out the update site directly by selecting '''Help &gt; Software Updates &gt; Find and Install... &gt; Search for new features to install &gt; Add Local Site...''' and finding the workspace project on your local file system.
  
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Revision as of 22:29, 29 May 2006

Select File > New > Other... > Plug-in Development > Update Site Project. Open the Update Site Editor and add the features you want to publish. A site can contain multiple categories of features, and we added one for this example. After adding a feature, it has to be explicitly published (Figure 4.6).

Click Build All to build all features and plug-ins recursively required for this update site. The result is an update site that is ready to be used in your Navigator (Figure 4.7).

    <img src=../images/site.png>     Figure 4.6  Creating an update site

    <img src=../images/site-nav.png>     Figure 4.7  Building features and plug-ins for an update site

You can simply drag the contents of the Hello World Update Site project to an file transfer protocol (FTP) client to publish at a Web site. Alternatively, you can even test out the update site directly by selecting Help > Software Updates > Find and Install... > Search for new features to install > Add Local Site... and finding the workspace project on your local file system.


This FAQ was originally published in Official Eclipse 3.0 FAQs. Copyright 2004, Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. This text is made available here under the terms of the Eclipse Public License v1.0.