The Eclipse Europa release features a new set of tools for service-oriented architecture development and Web services integration. In particular it includes new modeling, SOA, data access, and testing and performance tools. The following articles delve into the specifics of each of those four projects.
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Eclipse Europa, part 1: Modeling project supports SOA The first of a four part series on the Eclipse Foundation's major Europa release at the end of this month previews the latest version of the
Eclipse Modeling Framework that supports service-oriented architecture (SOA) and other Eclipse tools.
Eclipse Europa, part 2: SOA tools ready for test drive The upcoming Eclipse Europa release will include version 0.6 of the
SOA Tools Platform, which is not ready for prime time development, but is ready for serious evaluation.
Eclipse Europa, part 3: Data access tools key for SOA The third of a four part series on the Eclipse Foundation's major Europa release at the end of this month previews the latest version from the
Eclipse Data Tools Platform (DTP) focusing on the need for service-oriented architecture (SOA) implementations to establish links to multiple data sources.
Eclipse Europa, part 4: Testing and performance for SOA The fourth of a four part series on the Eclipse Foundation's Europa release, the
Eclipse Testing and Performance Tools Platform (TPTP) has contributed choreography testing code to the SOA Tools Project and features new Web services testing tools.