|Related to : Run Eclipse Plug-in Test with included workspace projects|
|Is that possible to create a Eclipse plug-in UI (just like a button/menu in Eclipse) to trigger a OSGi platform?|
An Eclipse plug-in would allow you to insert the Button feature. Here
you have a tutorial, however...
Eclipse is itfself built on top of an OSGi framework: Equinox. Of
course, you could embed an OSGi platform such as Knopflerfish or
Apache Felix inside, but this would be a doubtful architecture.
An Eclipse plug-in is itself an OSGi bundle, defined in a standard way
with the MANIFEST.MF file. In
|Typically under what circumstances will a SAS Pooled Workspace Server be launched?|
SAS Web Report Studio and SAS BI Dashboard (webapplications) uses the
Pooled Workspace server. They should be running under a common user
(sassrv is default). There will be one running instance even though
no-one uses it.
You can see the launch properties of the Pooled Workspaceserver in SAS
Managent Console, under Server Manager>SASApp>SASApp-Logical Pooled
Workspace Server>SASApp-Pooled Workspac
|Dependency Injection - Eclipse e4 app to eclipse plugin|
You can add the @Creatable annotation to the Scale class to tell the
injector to create a new instance when it is needed:
public class Scale
If you only want a single instance of Scale add @Singleton:
public class Scale
You can also use an OSGi service to create singleton classes, or
inject then in to the context in an AddOn or LifeCycle c
|Copying files built on Unix back to Windows Jenkins workspace|
You can use plink.exe and pscp.exe to interface from Windows to Linux.
These should be part of your PuTTY distribution.
However, if your slave is already connecting to the Linux machine, you
can use the same connection to bring the file back to slave's
workspace. Then use Copy to Slave plugin (nevermind the name, it does
both directions) to move the file from slave to master workspace
|Cloud9 IDE with local SSH Workspace - Terminal Window throws execvp(): no such file or directory|
Perhaps the working directory you specified for that workspace doesn't
exist? That could cause a message like this to appear. If it does
exist, please try contacting Cloud9 support (https://c9.io/support).