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Cape Clear Software Cape Clear Orchestrator is an intuitive Eclipse-based editor intended to simplify the design, deployment, and management of orchestrated business processes using the Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) standard. Cape Clear Orch

Eclipse Plunging- Application Management

     

  1. Cape Clear Software
    Cape Clear Orchestrator is an intuitive Eclipse-based editor intended to simplify the design, deployment, and management of orchestrated business processes using the Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) standard. Cape Clear Orchestrator provides a comprehensive BPEL runtime, along with extensive graphical design and management capabilities.
      
  2. Dyna Trace Diagnostics
    DynaTrace Diagnostics is the leading solution for deep performance diagnostics of heterogeneous Java/.NET enterprise applications. dynaTrace Diagnostics 2.1 directly integrates with Eclipse through a new Eclipse Plug-in called CodeLink. Once dynaTrace Diagnostics has identified a certain source code fragment as the root cause of a particular problem, developers can now jump directly from the dynaTrace Diagnostics Client to the exact location within their local Eclipse-based development environment where they need to apply the necessary changes.
      
  3. EMF Search Plugin
     This Eclipse 3.0 plugin contributes a search page specialized for searching Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF) model instance data serialized to workspace resources. 
          
  4. TCBuilder
    TCBuilder is a GUI development framework based on Eclipse platform to design, develop and debug swing based rich and interactive web applications. The application can be deployed seamlessly as web on any application server or as standalone application.
        
  5. Ant4Eclipse
    The aim of the ant4eclipse project is to avoid the redundancy of Eclipse and Ant configurations. It consists of Ant tasks that are able to read and work with some of Eclipse's configuration files. With these tasks you're able to create a complete automatic build system that starts with checking out all required projects from CVS as specified in an Eclipse-TeamProjectSet, builds all projects in the correct order with classpath settings as specified in Eclipse, and to launch your applications as they are specified in Eclipse.
     
  6. ASPIRE
    Application SPecific Improvement of REliability (ASPIRE) is a research project started in 2003 with the goal of supporting developers? aspiration to reliable open source middleware. The idea of ASPIRE is to allow middleware developers to improve reliability by analyzing and evaluating middleware services? impacts on reliability of a given system, customizing service implementation and reliability mechanisms, and managing the correlated failures between middleware services in a model driven approach.
        
  7. Hexamind
    Hexamind Application Management Suite is a platform for making complex systems and applications manageable. All configuration files, tables, and registries pertinent to a system are viewed, edited and managed through a single advanced graphical interface or using the Hexamind batch and scripting engine - all driven by a model rapidly created with Hexamind Modeler, a sophisticated Eclipse-based modeling tool, providing structure, validation, logical views and wizard authoring.
         
  8. P4WSAD
    P4WSAD, the Perforce Plug-in for Eclipse enables you to access Perforce from within the Eclipse IDE. Features * Support for all basic Perforce file operations. * Views for pending changelists, submitted changelists, revision histories, and a Perforce console. * Batch resolve of files. * Built-in differencing, job support, rename, and move. * Support for automatic file checkout and numbered changelists. * Decorations for Perforce-managed files, including indicators for files that are synced, opened, locked, or unresolved. * UTF-8 is supported for Unicode-enabled servers.

You can use above plugins to manage your projects.

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Posted on: February 28, 2008

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