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How-To: Using Expeditor Toolkit to develop and debug Integrator plug-ins
| Edited by
Rahul S Kurane
October 1, 2009
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1 Setting Up Your Development Environment
Lotus Expeditor Integrator 6.2.1 platform benefits from several tooling enhancements that make it easier for Expeditor and Integrator developers to create and debug applications for deployment to the Integrator platform. This article describes how to setup your development environment for Integrator.
Setting Up Your Development Environment
The steps below provide guidance on how to get started with the development environment:
Download and install Eclipse 3.4.2. Linux or Windows builds (depending on which OS you are running Integrator on)
Download and install any tooling prerequisites (for example, if you want web tooling support install WTP).
Download and install the Expeditor Integrator 6.2.1 build.
Download and install the Expeditor Toolkit 6.2.1 build into your Eclipse SDK.
Once you've installed Expeditor Toolkit 6.2.1 and restarted the Eclipse SDK, you will be prompted to setup the Lotus Expeditor Toolkit Configuration. To do so:
Configure test environment
Lotus Expeditor Integrator
field is automatically set to C:\Program Files\IBM\Lotus\Integrator\rcp\eclipse (on Windows) or /opt/ibm/lotus/Integrator (on Linux). Update the location if necessary.
field unchanged. It is automatically set to
Java SE 6.0 Win32 x86 (com.ibm.rcp.j2sewin32.x86)
or the Linux equivalent.
Compiler Compliance Level
field is automatically set to
. Change to
, if necessary.
Decide whether or not you want the Toolkit Configuration dialog panel to popup each time and then click
Once the configuration entry settings have been applied, navigate to
Windows > Preferences > Plug-in Development > Target Platform.
Verify that the Integrator installation location is correct in the
and then click
Once the target platform settings have been applied, navigate to
Windows > Preferences > Client Services > Development
. From here:
dropdown box value to
Ensure that you select
Select the Targets to be available for development
Ensure that you select the
checkbox in the
Next, create a Run/Debug configuration for Integrator:
Run > Run Configurations...
, then the
New launch configuration
tab, provide a name for your launch configuration in the
Select the workspace data location for your launch configuration in the
Ensure that you are running the launch configuration as an application and set the
entry to com.ibm.rcp.integrator.application.IntegratorApplication.
Use the default JRE entry.
Navigate to the
tab and verify that the Target is set to
Navigate to the
tab and add or modify arguments as necessary. Use caution when altering arguments in this tab.
and then select
. Alternatively, you can debug from
Run > Debug Configurations...
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