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On 08/20/2013 11:37 AM, Max Rydahl Andersen wrote:
On Mon, Aug 19, 2013 at 01:03:30PM -0400, Barry Lafond wrote:
> Teiid Designer 8.2 Final is now available
> This release improves our integration with the JBoss Server framework as well as
> metadata import and VDB management support.
nice - how do you detect if the teiid stuff is needed or not ? is it still always loaded
eap/as7 server type no matter if teiid is running or how ?
Teiid is detected via the execution of a JSON request testing for the existence of the
subsystem. This requires the jboss server to be running.
For 8.2 Final (and up until this morning while I have been experimenting), the 'Teiid
Configuration' node in the server tree (in the
Server View) is a permanent feature. Its child will remain as a 'Not Connected'
node. The Teiid
Instance tab in the Server Editor does update to
display a 'Teiid not installed' message once the server has been started.
However, my experiments have been successful in getting this node to disappear entirely
server starts (if teiid is unsupported) and
to magically appear (if teiid is supported).
The Teiid node is determined via the navigatorContent extension point and trigger points
placed on the implementation to determine whether
the content should be added or not. A trigger point testing whether the IServer instance
adapted to an ITeiidServer determines whether the
'Teiid Instance Configuration' node is displayed or not. Since the tree is
refreshed when a server
is started/stopped this trigger point is
re-evaluated and the content updated accordingly.
This change will be part of 8.3.Final, which is pencilled in as the release to go forward
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