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Difference between revisions of "Getting Started with ECF's RFC119 Implementation"

(New page: First, install ECF 3.0. See [http://www.eclipse.org/ecf/downloads.php ecf download]. Then, as with any OSGi service, you need to define your service interface. Here is a trivial 'hello'...)
 
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First, install ECF 3.0.  See [http://www.eclipse.org/ecf/downloads.php ecf download].
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Install ECF 3.0.  See [http://www.eclipse.org/ecf/downloads.php ecf download].
  
Then, as with any OSGi service, you need to define your service interface.  Here is a trivial 'hello' service interface:
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===Service Interface===
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As with any OSGi service, you need to define your service interface.  Here is a trivial 'hello' service interface:
  
 
<source lang="java">package org.eclipse.ecf.examples.remoteservices.hello;
 
<source lang="java">package org.eclipse.ecf.examples.remoteservices.hello;
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}
 
}
 
</source>
 
</source>
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This service is defined, along with a simple implementation, in this project in CVS:
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:pserver:anonymous@dev.eclipse.org:/cvsroot/rt
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module: org.eclipse.ecf/examples/bundles/org.eclipse.ecf.examples.remoteservices.hello

Revision as of 20:13, 27 May 2009

Install ECF 3.0. See ecf download.

Service Interface

As with any OSGi service, you need to define your service interface. Here is a trivial 'hello' service interface:

package org.eclipse.ecf.examples.remoteservices.hello;
 
public interface IHello {
 
	public void hello();
 
}

This service is defined, along with a simple implementation, in this project in CVS:

pserver:anonymous@dev.eclipse.org:/cvsroot/rt

module: org.eclipse.ecf/examples/bundles/org.eclipse.ecf.examples.remoteservices.hello