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Windows or .NET connectors

Sean Kang (1) | asked Jun 17 '07, 7:51 p.m.
I am new to this jazz development environment.

Are there any sample connectors to show how to use the jazz framework from a Windows or .NET environment?

We are considering the Windows client native environment due to some embedded or device specific components that we need to develop.

Any helpful insights on this would be appreciated.

Thank you.

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Peter Klenk (46) | answered Jun 18 '07, 11:56 a.m.
A exploration of a Visual Studio client talking to a Jazz server was demonstrated last week at the Rational Software Development Conference. This exploration is far from incubator status and was done outside the Jazz platform team; there is nothing to share.

You could use the Eclipse client to manage a local workspace that you access from Visual Studio. From the Eclipse client create a repository workspace and load it into your eclipse workspace. Point Visual Studio at the workspace directory for saving solutions and projects. Then go back to Eclipse, Refresh the Pending Changes view (which will find the changes you made outside Eclipse), and do source control operations from there.

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