I think you're knocking on the wrong door. The Eclipse SOA top level
project doesn't provide the WSLA plugin (though it provides a Policy
Editor : http://wiki.eclipse.org/STP/Policy_editor_documentation ),
which seems to have been written by someone not known here (Ron
Le 26/01/2011 21:06, DIWAKAR RAJ a écrit :
I have developed a sample web service using Eclipse and
thought of providing Service Level Agreement (SLA) to my sample
web service between provider and consumer. I came to know that
WSLA (Web Service Level Agreement) is the best among other
technologies for creating a Service Level Agreement (SLA). In one
of the Journal/Conference paper i got the implementation
procedure, in which it is clearly mentioned that Eclipse WSLA
Plugin is used for SLA creation. So i actually checked for the
WSLA Plugin (http://soa-blog.net/index.php?/archives/29-WebService-Level-Agreement-WSLA-Eclipse-Plugin.html)
used in Eclipse Platform, but i can't find any resource (or
plug-in) available for the WSLA in the specified link (http://sandbox.eclipseplugincentral.net/Web_Links-index-req-viewlink-cid-1235.html).
I kindly request you to check for the broken link of WSLA plug-in
or i kindly request you to provide information of any alternate
plug-in's available which helps in creating, monitoring and
deployment of SLA using Eclipse Platform.
Waiting for your response.
Thanks and Regards,
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