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cvs: ''':pserver:anonymous@dev.eclipse.org:/cvsroot/rt'''<br>
 
cvs: ''':pserver:anonymous@dev.eclipse.org:/cvsroot/rt'''<br>
module: '''org.eclipse.ecf/examples/bundles/org.eclipse.ecf.examples.remoteservices.hello'''
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modules: '''org.eclipse.ecf/examples/bundles/org.eclipse.ecf.examples.remoteservices.hello''', '''org.eclipse.ecf/examples/bundles/org.eclipse.ecf.examples.remoteservices.hello.host''', '''org.eclipse.ecf/examples/bundles/org.eclipse.ecf.examples.remoteservices.hello.consumer'''
  
There is also a [[Media:Hello.psf|project set file]] for this project.
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Here is a [[Media:Hello.psf|project set file]] for this project.

Revision as of 00:20, 28 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

cvs: :pserver:anonymous@dev.eclipse.org:/cvsroot/rt
modules: org.eclipse.ecf/examples/bundles/org.eclipse.ecf.examples.remoteservices.hello, org.eclipse.ecf/examples/bundles/org.eclipse.ecf.examples.remoteservices.hello.host, org.eclipse.ecf/examples/bundles/org.eclipse.ecf.examples.remoteservices.hello.consumer

Here is a project set file for this project.