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From ajbor...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r464521 - /incubator/tuscany/cpp/sca/doc/CPPComponents.html
Date Mon, 16 Oct 2006 15:35:40 GMT
Author: ajborley
Date: Mon Oct 16 08:35:39 2006
New Revision: 464521

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?view=rev&rev=464521
Various updates to address the issues in TUSCANY-850


Modified: incubator/tuscany/cpp/sca/doc/CPPComponents.html
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/tuscany/cpp/sca/doc/CPPComponents.html?view=diff&rev=464521&r1=464520&r2=464521
--- incubator/tuscany/cpp/sca/doc/CPPComponents.html (original)
+++ incubator/tuscany/cpp/sca/doc/CPPComponents.html Mon Oct 16 08:35:39 2006
@@ -53,9 +53,8 @@
       <DIV CLASS="section"> 
          <H2>Creating and deploying an SCA C++ Component</H2>
-         <P>Each SCA C++ component needs:
-         </P> 
+         <P>Each SCA C++ component needs: 
+         </P>
              <LI>A service header file that defines the operations that can be invoked
on the 
@@ -69,13 +68,19 @@
              <LI>Proxy and wrapper header and implementation files generated by the
                  C++ SCAGEN tool
-             <LI>A component definition in a composite file
-             </LI>
              <LI>A service definition in a .componentType file
-             <LI>A composite describing the configuration of the composite definition
+             <LI>An SCDL component definition within an SCDL composite file. Usually
+                 composite file will contain multiple components configured and assembled
-         </UL>
+         </UL>         
+         <P>Once these items are in place for each component in your composite, you
will need to 
+            deploy this composite to your SCA system. In this release we are 
+            using the SCA recursive composition model to do this. You simply create another
+            SCDL component definition in a separate composite file that will represent the
+            you created above in the SCA system. Follow the steps below to see each of these
+            being created and used.
+         </P> 
          <P>In this section we will use the Calculator sample as a worked example.

             The Calculator code and files can be found at samples/Calculator and has been

             developed further than the details specified below. In the interests of 
@@ -210,10 +215,10 @@
                  produce a .dll or .so library file. The name should match the library name

                  specified in the sample.calculator.composite file.
-             <LI>Create the sample.calculator.solution.composite file and define your
-                 component within it. The composite component definition should specify the
-                 name used in the componentType file and the composite name used in the 
-                 sample.calculator.composite file. E.g. the Calculator sample.calculator.solution.composite

+             <LI>Create the sample.calculator.solution.composite file and define the
Calculator composite 
+                 as a component within it. This is used to include the Calculator composite
in the SCA system 
+                 and should specify the composite name used in the sample.calculator.composite
+                 E.g. the Calculator sample.calculator.solution.composite 
                  file contains the following XML:<BR/>
                  <PRE>&lt;composite xmlns="http://www.osoa.org/xmlns/sca/1.0"
@@ -226,8 +231,6 @@
              <LI>Deploy the various files into the SCA directory structure, as follows:
-                     <LI>&lt;deploy_root&gt;/CompositeName/ServiceHeader.h</LI>
-                     <LI>&lt;deploy_root&gt;/CompositeName/ImplementationHeader.h
(or .so on Linux) </LI>
@@ -276,6 +279,11 @@
                  your LD_LIBRARY_PATH on Linux. You will also need to set the TUSCANY_SCACPP_SYSTEM_ROOT
                  and TUSCANY_SCACPP_DEFAULT_COMPONENT environment variables to the 
                  path to your SCA component directory structure and the default component
+                 TUSCANY_SCACPP_SYSTEM_ROOT is the directory where the SCA runtime will look
for any 
+                 .composite files and TUSCANY_SCACPP_DEFAULT_COMPONENT is the name of the
base component 
+                 to be used by SCA clients or containers when finding services - this component
must be 
+                 an instance of a composite (i.e. contain an &lt;implementation.composite&gt;
+                 <BR/> 
                  E.g. on Windows run the following commands:
                      <LI>set TUSCANY_SCACPP=C:/tuscany_sca                        

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