Shiva Kumar H R wrote:
>> On Jan 3, 2008 10:02 PM, Hernan Cunico <firstname.lastname@example.org> <mailto: email@example.com>> wrote:I would rather avoid using browser's back button, specially when configuring something (most of the time you end up loosing the info you already entered).
> Hi Shiva,
> here are some thoughts I believe may help improve usability.
> - Add a *Back* button on each screen. Currently the only option is
> *Cancel* if you made a mistake while entering the data.
> Currently browser's back button can be used for going back to the
> previous screen. If it is not intuitive, let me know and I will add a
> *Back *or *Previous *button. OR wait, the plan creator for EARs that I
> am currently working on is Dojo 1.0 based, where instead of a sequence
> of pages I am using Dojo tabs, and hence navigation becomes lot more
> easier than Next/Previous buttons. If it comes up well I can implement
> the same for web-apps as well. Let me come up with something that you
> can also see and we will discuss this further.
Tabs should do the trick ;-)Would a "pop-up" with just a portlet for configuring the new resource work?
> - It would be cool to have the ability to create an additional
> resource reference directly from the wizard. For example when
> installing a DB app it would be nice to be able to create the JDBC
> connection pool as well as specifying the resource ref name right
> there. Currently it lists existing pools, maybe add a *New* button,
> create the pool and then come back to the previous screen. Same
> thing would be useful for JMS, java mail, etc.
> Sure. That's my intention as well. I am yet to figure out how to achieve
> I'll keep testing it and will provide more feedback. BTW, nice work!!!
> Thanks :) for looking at it.
> Shiva Kumar H R wrote:
> > The Plan Creator portlet/wizard in Admin Console is now complete.
> > https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/GERONIMO-3254
> > Features:
> > a) EJB, EJB Local, JDBC Connection Pool, JMS Connection Factory, JMS
> > Destination, JavaMail Session & Web Service *References *declared
> in the
> > web-apps are auto discovered and users are asked to resolve them by
> > listing Available Resources in the server environment to which
> they can
> > be linked.
> > b) Above type of references declared inside the Java classes through
> > *Annotations *are also auto discovered.
> > c) Simplified configuration of *Security*.
> > I have only done limited testing so please raise any issues you might
> > face while using.
> > I am next working on handling EJB jars. Since most of the
> > code is already in place, this should be complete in the next 1 or 2
> > weeks (ready to be included in 2.1 release).
> > Comments/Feedback/Suggestions Welcome.
> > --
> > Thanks,
> > Shiva