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== RSS-SSE RP Test Projects ==
 
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*** Optional: Optionally, supply WAR export Options, such as whether or not to include Java™ source files in the WAR, and whether to overwrite any existing resources during the export process. Source files are not usually included in a WAR file, because they are not necessary for the server to run the web application.
 
*** Optional: Optionally, supply WAR export Options, such as whether or not to include Java™ source files in the WAR, and whether to overwrite any existing resources during the export process. Source files are not usually included in a WAR file, because they are not necessary for the server to run the web application.
 
*** Click Finish.
 
*** Click Finish.
 
* '''Command-line builds:'''
 
** How to create a client stub Jar lib:
 
*** From the project directory, run '''wsbuild.xml''' ant script. Resulting '''wsstub.jar''' lib will be placed inside the WEB-INF/lib directory<sup>2</sup>.
 
  
 
* '''Builds notes:'''  
 
* '''Builds notes:'''  
 
** <sup>1</sup> The Eclipse Web Tools Platform should be installed. [http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/main.php More about WTP].
 
** <sup>1</sup> The Eclipse Web Tools Platform should be installed. [http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/main.php More about WTP].
** <sup>2</sup> Assume that you have installed the JWSDP from [http://java.sun.com/webservices/ http://java.sun.com/webservices] and defined the Windows environment variable %JWSDP_HOME%
 
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==
 
* [http://www.eclipse.org/higgins Higgins Home]
 
* [http://www.eclipse.org/higgins Higgins Home]
 
* [[Components]]
 
* [[Components]]

Latest revision as of 09:20, 23 April 2007

General CVS Information

Connection Type Committers  :extssh:
Anonymous access  :pserver:
Host dev.eclipse.org
Repository Path /cvsroot/technology

RSS-SSE RP Test Projects

Main RSS-SSE RP Test project is

Project Module Location Eclipse PSF ViewCVS
RSS-SSE RP Test org.eclipse.higgins/app/org.eclipse.higgins.rssrp anonymous viewcvs
committer

Build Instructions

  • Building within Eclipse IDE:
    • The normal project build method will compile the source
    • How to export a WAR1 file from a Web project:
      • Right click on a Web project folder and select Export from the pop-up menu. Then select WAR file in the Export window and then select Next.
      • Specify the Web project you want to export (this field is primed if you used the pop-up menu to open the wizard), and specify a location for the new WAR file.
      • Optional: Optionally, supply WAR export Options, such as whether or not to include Java™ source files in the WAR, and whether to overwrite any existing resources during the export process. Source files are not usually included in a WAR file, because they are not necessary for the server to run the web application.
      • Click Finish.
  • Builds notes:
    • 1 The Eclipse Web Tools Platform should be installed. More about WTP.

See Also

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