Using the IBM Workload Plug-in Development Kit

Four basic tasks to get you started with virtual application patterns

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Ted Kirby and Lin Sun

Date archived: November 29, 2016 | First published: April 11, 2012

Learn to set up the samples environment in Eclipse, create new projects from the command line, build a single plug-in and pattern type with command-line tools, and develop a plug-in with the Eclipse framework. This article provides some basic toolkit operations. The companion article, Create and customize virtual application patterns, describes how to get started with the IBM Workload Plug-in Development Kit (PDK).

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