Open ESB Tip : NetBeans Plugin For Template Based BPEL Documentation Update

Following on from the original NetBeans Plugin (NetBeans Plugin For Template Based BPEL) I have extended to include the two new Documentation Generators described in:
These two additional classes are available from within the NetBeans Options configuration screen.

Installing Plug-in


Before this plug-in can be executed you will need to install OpenOffice (or StarOffice) and download the Example Icons and template OpenOffice Document from the (Template Based BPEL Document Generation) blog.

The Module Suite c should be downloaded from the NetBeans Plug-in Portal (zip format) and then extracted. This will provided you with the four NBM files.
  • com-tox-doc-nbm.nbm - Documentation Plug-in
  • com-tox-doc-gen.nbm - Command-line documentation jar wrapped as a library
  • com-tox-doc-nbm-oo.nbm - Minimum OpenOffice Jars wrapped as a library
  • com-tox-doc-nbm-batik.nbm - Minimum Batik Jar wrapped as a library
Resources

In addition when using the JDBC Document Writer you will need to add the appropriate JDBC Jar file to your <NETBEANS_HOME>\\platform9\\lib directory.

Running Plug-in



Configuration

The Configuration tab has been extended to include an additional Sub-Panel (see below) the "Document Generator" panel that allows the user to select one of the following:
Selecting one of these options will populate the table below with the required connection properties that the user must fill in.

When entering data into the table fields make sure you exit all fields. If you press the ok button without exiting the last cell then the changes may be lost.


Config



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