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Blog Archive for spericas during October 2008

In this installment of the Developing MEP Connectors series we focus on the development cycle of a MEP connector, including source code generation from a template, compilation and deployment. The recommended tools for developing MEP connectors are NetBeans 6.1 (or later) and Maven 2.0.8 (or later), although developing under other IDEs should be straightforward given that Maven is the primary tool...
In the two installments of this series we've looked at the architecture of a MEP connector, discussed the main abstractions of the ECBO (Enterprise Connector Business Object) API and showed an example of a MusicAlbum business object. In this third part, we'll focus on the MusicAlbumProvider class which is needed to complete the implementation of the connector to access music albums from a JDBC...