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[stp-dev] JWT and STP - Use cases and vision, new features
- From: Marc Dutoo <marc.dutoo@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2008 18:08:19 +0100
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I've worked on summarizing what has been said at the Eclipse Summit,
starting with the first most interesting, low-entry use case and up to
the diagram of the vision some of you have seen there. Please take a
look at http://wiki.eclipse.org/JWT_and_STP_STPIM .
I'd especially like to have feedback from STP experts on the following
quoted part :
Import / Export SOA
The previous use cases rely on STP-IM-managed service definitions. In
order to make it as painless as possible the first step of getting its
existing service definitions in STP-IM, users should be able to import
service definitions from the simplest kind of service definitions (a set
of WSDL files, of SCA files, of URLs, or even of Java interfaces...).
That can be thought of as migration or wizards stuff and would be useful
to both STP and JWT tools, and vice versa : Export SOA as well. Question
to STP : does it exist already ?
Further, the need appears to centralize / unify the use of STP-IM across
tools. This culminates in the idea of an STP-IM builder. But before even
getting there, it would be nice not to have to select in each tool which
STP-IM model is in use to synchronize the tools in use. That could be
done by configuring one (or more ?) STP-IM model(s) in use in a common
STP-IM Preferences pages.
Do you agree it is useful ? Does STP have it already ? We at JWT could
do work on both parts...
NB. please reply to both mailing lists
JWT Project co-lead