Has anyone extended VCE to web base interface ? If so, Please provide me the guidelines as how it is done.
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Re: Web Tooling for VCE2009-03-18T23:56:40Z in response to SystemAdminHi,
In the very early days of VCE, the UI was browser-based, and the backend was a J2EE webapp. We quickly ran into limitations of the types of user actions that were possible, and given that our focus was not reinventing the UI, we opted to move to a much more feature-rich thick client based on Eclipse. Today, VCE is still modular, and while it's possible to build a browser-based client, it's just not something that we have the resources to pursue at this time.
Thank you for posting this question, as it does come up from time to time.
Re: Web Tooling for VCE2009-03-24T17:00:48Z in response to SystemAdminWhile the VCE analysis tools are not web-based, you can make your analysis results available as HTML through XSL transformations on the XML export. Bob and I are looking into including this into the product.