[Carbon-dev] WSAS artifact related improvements in CStudio
samindaw at wso2.com
Fri Sep 17 02:44:58 PDT 2010
On Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 2:48 PM, Isuru Suriarachchi <isuru at wso2.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I had a discussion with Saminda about the improvements that can be made on
> WSAS related tools on Carbon studio. Here is the list of items.
> 1. Editor to write/edit the services.xml. This should provide options to
> easily engage a module, attach a policy, add parameters, add Message
> Receivers etc..
> 2. Option to create Message Receivers. This will generate MR class by
> implementing the MessageReceiver interface and the user only has to write
> the logic inside.
3. Editor to create jaxws services. Currently it can only import an existing
> .jar file into the project. In addition to that, it should be possible to
> simply write a java class and add annotations into it.
After the discussion with Isuru I went and rechecked the JAX-WS support from
eclipse . As it turns-out they had released it with the Helios this
But since galileo does not include this by default and
cannot guarantee proper support it might not be good to depend on this for
now. Also the current release in Helios seems to be a bit unstable at times.
Will have to wait for their RC1 which'll be in a couple of months.
> 4. Tool to generate sprig services using the context.xml and beans. This
> will use the spring component in Carbon to create the .aar file out of the
> spring beans.
> 5. Ability to write Axis2 modules. It should generate classes which
> implements Handler interface etc..
note: Axis2 modules will not be related to capp tools
> Saminda, please add if I've missed anything..
> Isuru Suriarachchi
> Technical Lead & Product Manager, WSO2 Web Services Application Server
> WSO2 Inc. http://wso2.com
> email : isuru at wso2.com
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