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New and Noteworthy. Structure.

Available components:

3 components are still in developpement:


  • You can also download Eclipse with all requirements (Eclipse Modeling Tools) for SCA Tools, and then install SCA Tools from the Ganymede Update site.
  1. Download Eclipse Modeling Tools
  2. Install it, and start it
  3. Go to the Help menu > Software Updates
  4. Select the tab Available Software
  5. Select Ganymede Update Site > SOA Development > SCA Composite Tools Feature 1.0.0
  6. Click on the Install button in the upper right corner to start the installation
  7. And that's it...



June 2008, release V1.0 in Ganymede:

  • SCA Common: SCA nature, wizard for the creation of new SCA assembly files, preference pages, basic samples.
  • SCA Meta Model: SCA specifications 1.0 from OSOA + additional validation rules which apply on the SCA assembly description files.
  • SCA Composite Designer: support of Tuscany SCA elements.
  • Update of the web site and the wiki.
  • Tutorial that explain how to use SCA tools.

December 2008:

  • SCA Commons: complex samples.
  • SCA Meta Model: full support of the additional validation rules.
  • SCA Composite Designer: support of Frascati SCA elements.
  • SCA Composite Form editor.
  • SCA Composite XML Editor: completion on service, reference, and enhanced outline.
  • Integration with the STP Policy Editor component.
  • Integration with the STP Service Creation component.
  • Integration with the STP SOA System component.

March 2009:

  • SCA Meta Model: support of SCA specifications that should be published in december 2008 by OASIS.
  • SCA Composite Designer: update with the new meta model.
  • SCA Composite Editors: update with the new meta model.
  • SCA Introspector: support of POJO and EJB introspection.


Eclipse SCA Tools:

Eclipse STP:

External links:

  • Open SOA - The Open SOA Collaboration
  • Tuscany - Open source implementation of SCA
  • SCOrWare - Open source implementation of SCA
  • Fabric 3 - Open source implementation of SCA

The Team



A large part of the SCA Component was implemented in the scope of the SCOrWare project funded by the French Research National Agency (ANR).

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