In IBM® WebSphere® Portlet Factory Designer, you can set the run configuration properties.
These properties are used when you run a model from within WebSphere Portlet Factory Designer.
The standard Eclipse Run Configuration dialog lets you define the parameters that are used when running (launching) a program from within Eclipse environment. Running a model is a distinct run configuration type. Therefore, you must define a new run configuration of type Factory Model
before you can run a model.
You can use the Run Configuration dialog only from a WebSphere Portlet Factory, Java, or Plug-in Development perspective.
You can configure the Factory Model
type to run as:
- The current model (that is, whatever model is in the currently open Model Editor).
- A specifically-named model (that is, the model does not have to be in the Model Editor).
You can create both types of Run modes.
As part of the Run configuration, you supply information about the WebSphere Portlet Factory server on which to run the model, and the type of browser to use. You can also specify whether you want WebSphere Portlet Factory server tracing turned on.
Parent topic: Creating run configurations