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Eclipse JET Guide
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Deployed Transformations

org.eclipse.jet.deployedTransforms

1.0

Deploy a JET Transformation as part of an Eclise plug-in. JET Transformations are deployed as JAR files. A JAR file may be created from a JET project by the following steps:
  • Right-click over the JET Transformation project, and choose Export... from the context menu.
  • Select 'Deployable plug-ins and fragments' and click Next.
  • In the 'Destination' tab, select 'Directory' and provide a directory to contain the JAR. The exported JAR file is created in the 'plugins' sub-directory of this directory.
  • In the 'Options' tab, check 'Package plug-ins as individual JAR archives'.
  • Click Finish
  • If the transformation was exported to workspace directory, refresh that directory.

<!ELEMENT extension ( deployedTransform+)>

<!ATTLIST extension

point CDATA #REQUIRED

id    CDATA #IMPLIED

name  CDATA #IMPLIED>


<!ELEMENT deployedTransform EMPTY>

<!ATTLIST deployedTransform

id      CDATA #IMPLIED

bundle  CDATA #REQUIRED

private (true | false) "false">

  • Deprecated id - The ID of the JET transformation. This is no longer used - the ID is obtained from the JET transformation JAR file.
  • bundle - A plug-in relative path to the JET Transformation JAR file.
  • private - If set to 'true', the transformation will not appear in JET UIs that display transformation names.

See plugin.xml for the org.eclipse.jet plug-in.

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