The EntireX Workbench is implemented and delivered as of a set of Eclipse plug-ins. It provides the EntireX development-time user interface in a commonly used environment. Among other capabilities, EntireX Workbench provides various wrappers, IDL extractors, editors and testers for generating and testing interface objects to be used in RPC communication between existing RPC servers and RPC client applications.
|Scope||Lists the components of the EntireX Workbench, with links to more information.|
|Supported File Types||File types supported by EntireX Workbench.|
|Server Mapping Files for Natural||Handling server mapping files for Natural in the EntireX Workbench. Server mapping files are used at runtime to marshal and unmarshal the RPC data stream. This document provides information on source control, comparing etc. of server mapping files.|
|Server Mapping Files for COBOL||Handling server mapping files for COBOL in the EntireX Workbench. Server mapping files are used at runtime to marshal and unmarshal the RPC data stream. This document provides information on migration, source control, comparing etc. of server mapping files.|
|Server Mapping Deployment Wizard||How to deploy server-side mapping files (Workbench files with extension .svm) with the Deployment Wizard.|
|IDL Tester||Using the EntireX IDL Tester.|
|Using EntireX Custom Wrappers||How to define your own template-based wrappers.|
|Command-line Mode||Using EntireX Workbench from a command line.|
|Storing IDL Properties||Using an external file to store IDL properties for export/import.|
See also Installing the EntireX Workbench Plug-ins in Standalone Mode for how to install the EntireX Workbench Plug-ins. This document is applicable if you want to install the Workbench plug-ins in standalone mode, that is, not as part of the full webMethods EntireX installation.
If you are not yet familiar with Eclipse, see the Eclipse online help at http://www.eclipse.org/documentation/, or start the Software AG Designer and then choose> . General information on Eclipse can then be found under Workbench User Guide. When working with the Software AG Designer, the online help also provides help for the currently installed Software AG products; this can be found under Software AG Designer Guides.