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9. After a successful start of the server the status is
Started, Synchronized as
shown in Figure 4-38.
Figure 4-38 New test environment WebSphere ESB Server 7.5 at localhost (Started)
This test environment is the basis for test activities in this book.
4.5.2 Installing and configuring the WSRR Eclipse Plug-in
The WSRR Eclipse Plug-in provides the finding and publishing capabilities for
Eclipse-based development environments. In this section, we discuss the
following tasks:
1. Installing the WSRR Eclipse Plug-in
2. Defining a target server for the WSRR Eclipse Plug-in
You can find additional information about how to install and configure the WSRR
Eclipse Plug-in at:
http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/sr/v7r5/index.jsp?topic=/com.i
bm.sr.doc/twsr_eclipse_plugin_install.html
Installing the WSRR Eclipse Plug-in
This section explains how to install the WSRR Eclipse Plug-in on an existing
Integration Designer installation. The WSRR Eclipse Plug-in is delivered as a
compressed file, and you can find it on an existing WSRR installation. Install the
WSRR Eclipse Plug-in using the standard installation process provided by the
Eclipse environment:
1. Open Integration Designer, and go to Help Install New Software. In the
Eclipse software installer dialog box, click Add (Figure 4-39).
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Figure 4-39 Eclipse software installer
2. In the Add Repository dialog box, click Archive, and select the
WSRR_Eclipse_OSGi_ArchiveSite.zip file that is located in the
%APPSERVER_ROOT%\WSRR folder (Figure 4-40). Click OK.
Figure 4-40 Add repository
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3. The WSRR Eclipse Plug-in item is now available in the list of available
software, as shown in Figure 4-41. Make sure that the item is selected, and
click Next.
Figure 4-41 Eclipse software installer with WSRR Eclipse Plug-in
4. In the Install Details panel, review the items to be installed, and click Next.
5. Finally, review and accept the license agreement, and click Install. The
installation task begins, showing a progress bar.
Installation note: A Security Warning might display during the installation
task, alerting you about unsigned content. If this warning displays, click OK
to continue.
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6. After a few minutes, a notification informs you that the installation is
completed (Figure 4-42). Click Restart Now to apply the changes and to
proceed to the next task.
Figure 4-42 Installation completed
Defining a target server for the WSRR Eclipse Plug-in
In this section, we explain how to create a WSRR location for the WSRR Eclipse
Plug-in. A WSRR location holds information about a WSRR instance on which
you want to search or publish services information.
Workspace note: WSRR locations are stored at the workspace configuration
level. Therefore, you must complete the following steps again when switching
to another workspace location.
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To configure a WSRR location:
1. Open Integration Designer. Go to Window Open Perspective Other,
and choose Java from the possible list entries as shown in Figure 4-43. Click
OK.
Figure 4-43 Open Perspective Java

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