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== Access the JWT Source Code ==
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'''THIS INFORMATION IS OUTDATED! JWT IS NOW LOCATED ON SVN: [[JWT_SVN]]'''
  
To download the source code of the various components of JWT, please connect your CVS client (typically Eclipse 3.4's CVS Browsing perspective) with:
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See also [http://www.eclipse.org/jwt/ JWT Website]
 
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* '''Host:''' dev.eclipse.org
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* '''Repository path:''' /cvsroot/technology
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* '''User:''' anonymous
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* '''Password:''' (none)
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* '''Connection type:''' pserver
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If you have a committer account, please provide your committer data (username and password) and select as connection type ''extssh'' instead of ''pserver''.
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In this CVS repository, the source code of JWT is under the "org.eclipse.jwt" directory, which you can retrieve by doing a CVS checkout. It is laid out as follow :
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* org.eclipse.jwt/we : '''Workflow Editor''', i.e. design time tools
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* org.eclipse.jwt/wam : '''Workflow Audit And Monitoring''', i.e. runtime time tools and framework
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* org.eclipse.jwt/desktop : '''Simulator''' and other standalone BPM tools
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== Requirements ==
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=== Dependencies ===
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Version 0.5.0 of the JWT Workflow Editor (JWT-WE) requires '''Eclipse (3.4)''' with the '''Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF)''' and the '''Graphical Edition Framework (GEF)'''.
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The easiest way to get an Eclipse environment with all dependencies is to install ''Eclipse Ganymede JEE Edition'' and a '''Java Runtime Environment (JRE)''' / '''Java Development Kit (JDK) 5.0''' or higher.
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If you already have Eclipse installed you can download ''EMF'' and ''GEF'' from from your "Software updates" menu.
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=== Get the Code ===
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You need to retrieve the JWT source code by checking it out from CVS, as described above.
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If you used an external CVS tool to check out the code, you need to import the source code into Eclipse as projects (in the Java Perspective, using right click > import existing projects).
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== Run the Plugins from Code ==
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Then right click on the "jwt-we" project and choose Run as > Eclipse application . This will launch JWT WE with all plugins that are available in the workspace. If Eclipse does not succeed to start, then ensure that all necessary plug-ins are configured to start with your projects. To do so, click on the "Run" icon in toolbar, and choose "Run Configuration...". On Java Application, select all necessary plug-ins (in case you have doubt, select "Add Required Plugins").
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== Detailed layout and state of the CVS ==
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org.eclipse.jwt
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* we  ''Contains everything related to the editor''
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** jwt-we  ''The editor''
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** jwt-plugin-sample  ''A sample that shows how to add actions to JWT''
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** jwt-we-doc    ''Explicit''
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** jwt-we-feature    ''JWT-WE feature (to be published on update site)''
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** jwt-we-update-site    ''Contents for update-site''
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** ''others    TODO''
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* transformations
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** jwt-transformation-base    ''The base plug-in for any transformation. Provides UI''
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** jwt-transformation-stub    ''A sample plug-in that is based on jwt-transformation-base''
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** jwt-xpdl    ''JWT to XPDL transformation''
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** jwt-transformation-jwt2bpmn(-tests)    ''jwt to bpmn transformation (and tests)''
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* wam
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** jwt-webservices    ''Tools to introspect WSDL''
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** jwt-runtime-api    ''A workflow API that is used by monitoring plug-in at runtime to get informations from a workflow engine''
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** jwt-monitoring(-test)      ''A plug-in that provides tools to display a workflow state from a workflow engine into JWT (and tests)''
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Latest revision as of 07:17, 16 August 2010

THIS INFORMATION IS OUTDATED! JWT IS NOW LOCATED ON SVN: JWT_SVN

See also JWT Website