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In order to track and provision the existing vehicles, Toast includes a rich user interface based on the Remote Application Platform.

Install RAP Tooling

  • The RAP Tooling contains the runtime and some tooling that eases RAP development.
  • Help → Install New Software
  • Add Update Site:
  • Check "Rich Ajax Platform SDK (RAP)", version 1.2
  • Restart Eclipse after the installation is done
  • On the Welcome page, click "Rich Ajax Platform (RAP)"
  • On the next page, click “Install Target Platform”

Setup the Toast workspace

  • Connect to the repo at "" using a login name of "anonymous" and no password and navigate to"/org.eclipse.examples/toast"
  • Checkout the “Toast” project
  • Use toast-pserver.psf to import all projects
  • Close all projects in the "Client" working set
  • Open "Toast/" and set this as your active target platform
    • This target includes several other frameworks besides RAP (eg. EMF, EclipseLink )

Run Toast with different designs

  • Run → Run Configurations → Toast RAP UI
  • Be sure to adjust the paths on the “Arguments” tab to match your environment
  • On tab “Main”, set the “Servlet Name” to “rap”
  • On tab “Main”, set the “Entry Point” to “toast”
  • On tab “Bundles”, make sure that your configuration is sane by pressing the “Validate Bundles” button
  • Be sure to include the bundle “”
  • Launch the application with the “Run” button

The launcher will open up a browser window with the Toast demo running without any design. You can launch Toast with different designs by changing the attribute of the servlet name to one of the following

  • rap (standard design)
  • business
  • fancy (only with 1.3 RAP runtime)

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