The following sections briefly describe the steps for developing an Oracle Tuxedo ATMI application project in the IDE. Details on all of the steps are contained in the Developing Oracle Tuxedo Applications section of the online help in the IDE. To open the online help in the IDE, choose Help > Help Contents.
A Tuxdo ATMI application consists of a set of servers and clients, and the ubbconfig.ubb configuration file, VIEW files, and FML tables that describe them
With the plug-in installed, the Oracle Solaris Studio IDE includes three project templates for creating the elements of an Oracle Tuxedo ATMI application:
To use these templates, choose File > New Project and select the Tuxedo category in the New Project Wizard.
The steps for creating an ATMI application are:
|Note:||You can open and edit all of the source code files created in the application, server, and client projects by clicking the Files tab in the IDE and opening the files in the Editor window.|
Build an application, server, or component project by right-clicking the project node and choosing Build.
To run your ATMI application project, right-click the project node and choose Start.
To stop a running ATMI application project, right-click the project node and choose Stop
Debug the server part of the ATMI application by setting breakpoints in the source code files, and right-clicking the server node and choosing Debug.
Debug the client part of the application by setting breakpoints in the source code files, and right-clicking the client node and choosing debug.
You can use the features of the debugger in the IDE to step through your code, display the call stack, and view the values of variables.
For detailed information on debugging the project, see the Debugging a Project with dbx section of the online help in the IDE.