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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Ws Wiki] Update of "Tuscany" by JeanSebastienDelfino
Date Wed, 08 Mar 2006 09:18:31 GMT
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The following page has been changed by JeanSebastienDelfino:
http://wiki.apache.org/ws/Tuscany

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  == Setting up Tuscany in your environment ==
  
- [wiki:/GetTuscany Get Tuscany] shows how to check out the Tuscany source code, build it
and configure your IDE.
+ [wiki:/GetTuscany Check out and Build] shows how to check out the Tuscany source code, build
it and configure your IDE.
  
- [wiki:/J2SESetup Setup Classpath for J2SE] shows what jars are required to be on the classpath
to run Tuscany applications in J2SE.
+ [wiki:/J2SESetup J2SE Setup] shows how to configure your classpath to run Tuscany applications
in a J2SE environment.
  
  [wiki:/WebappIntegration Webapp Integration] shows how to configure a standard web application
to embed Tuscany within it. Once configured the application should be able to run on any web
container.
  
- [wiki:/TomcatIntegration Tomcat Integration] shows how to configure a Tomcat installation
to add support for SCA applications. Once configured, it will automatically configure SCA
support for web applications that contain a sca.module file.
+ [wiki:/TomcatIntegration Tomcat Integration] shows how to configure a Tomcat installation
to add support for SCA applications. Once configured, it will automatically configure SCA
support for Web applications that contain a sca.module file.
  
  == Development Workspaces ==
  These are subpages on the wiki for discussion of specific development topics.

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