Anthony Hunter | 30 Oct 22:14 2014
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http://orionhub.org

Hi Team,

I have deployed the Orion 7.0 GA build [1] to http://orionhub.org

I did the analytics.js patch as well, hopefully this is the last time since Grant's metrics.js changes can be pushed to a stable build on Monday.

Cheers...
Anthony
<div>Hi Team,
<br><br>I have deployed the Orion 7.0 GA build
[1] to <a href="http://orionhub.org/">http://orionhub.org</a>
<br><br>I did the analytics.js patch as well,
hopefully this is the last time since Grant's metrics.js changes can be
pushed to a stable build on Monday.
<br><br>Cheers...<br>
Anthony<br>
</div>
Anthony Hunter | 30 Oct 21:19 2014
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[orion-dev] Removed IOrionCredentialsService and IOrionUserProfileService

Hi Team,

Back in Orion 3.0 and earlier we had separate user login storage and user metadata storage. To access the user login storage, you needed to use the IOrionCredentialsService and IOrionUserProfileService API.

I have now merged both login, user and metadata storage under the comnon IMetaStore API. I pushed those changes to master this afternoon to Orion 8.0.

As a result, two bundles have been removed and can be deleted from your workspace:

org.eclipse.orion.server.user.ldap
org.eclipse.orion.server.useradmin.simple

If you have any issues let me know.

Cheers...
Anthony
<div>Hi Team,
<br><br>Back in Orion 3.0 and earlier we had
separate user login storage and user metadata storage. To access the user
login storage, you needed to use the IOrionCredentialsService and IOrionUserProfileService
API.
<br><br>I have now merged both login, user and
metadata storage under the comnon IMetaStore API. I pushed those changes
to master this afternoon to Orion 8.0.
<br><br>As a result, two bundles have been removed
and can be deleted from your workspace:
<br><br>org.eclipse.orion.server.user.ldap
<br>org.eclipse.orion.server.useradmin.simple
<br><br>If you have any issues let me know.
<br><br>Cheers...<br>
Anthony<br>
</div>
Anthony Hunter | 30 Oct 20:06 2014
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[orion-dev] One or two tests still randomly fail on the Hudson orion-server build

Hi Team,

To fix this problem [1], I have updated the orion-server-dev build to use the IBM Java 1.7.0 SR1 FP1. We will see if this improves things, build 531 was green as a result (finally). Let me know if this causes any issues in Orion 8.0.

[1] https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=444374

Cheers...
Anthony
<div>Hi Team,
<br><br>To fix this problem [1], I have updated
the orion-server-dev build to use the IBM Java 1.7.0 SR1 FP1. We will see
if this improves things, build 531 was green as a result (finally). Let
me know if this causes any issues in Orion 8.0.
<br><br>[1] <a href="https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=444374">https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=444374</a>
<br><br>Cheers...<br>
Anthony<br>
</div>
Anthony Hunter | 23 Oct 03:32 2014
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[orion-dev] Usage Statistics for orionhub.org

Hi Team,

One of the enhancements we added for 7.0 was enabling request logs for the Orion server on Jetty [1]. We turned on the access logs on http://orionhub.org back on Oct 10 and this is the sort of data you can get out of it:
https://orion.eclipse.org/file/ahunter-OrionContent/orionhub.org/index.html
https://orion.eclipse.org/file/ahunter-OrionContent/orionhub.org/usage_201410.html

Not sure why the hostname tracking is not working properly yet.

[1] https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=429063

Cheers...
Anthony
<div>Hi Team,
<br><br>One of the enhancements we added for
7.0 was enabling request logs for the Orion server on Jetty [1]. We turned
on the access logs on <a href="http://orionhub.org/">http://orionhub.org</a>
back on Oct 10 and this is the sort of data you can get out of it: 
<br><a href="https://orion.eclipse.org/file/ahunter-OrionContent/orionhub.org/index.html">https://orion.eclipse.org/file/ahunter-OrionContent/orionhub.org/index.html</a>
<br><a href="https://orion.eclipse.org/file/ahunter-OrionContent/orionhub.org/usage_201410.html">https://orion.eclipse.org/file/ahunter-OrionContent/orionhub.org/usage_201410.html</a>
<br><br>Not sure why the hostname tracking is
not working properly yet.
<br><br>[1] <a href="https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=429063">https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=429063</a>

<br><br>Cheers...<br>
Anthony<br>
</div>
John Arthorne | 22 Oct 21:29 2014
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[orion-dev] Meeting minutes and reminder about upcoming release

Minutes from yesterday's Orion meeting:

https://wiki.eclipse.org/Orion/Meeting_minutes/20141021

Also a reminder that the Orion 7.0 release is next week. We have created branch stable_20141020 that will be used for critical fixes towards the Orion 7.0 release. The master branch is now open for development towards Orion 8.0.

John
<div>Minutes from yesterday's Orion meeting:
<br><br><a href="https://wiki.eclipse.org/Orion/Meeting_minutes/20141021">https://wiki.eclipse.org/Orion/Meeting_minutes/20141021</a>
<br><br>Also a reminder that the Orion 7.0 release
is next week. We have created branch stable_20141020 that will be used
for critical fixes towards the Orion 7.0 release. The master branch is
now open for development towards Orion 8.0.
<br><br>John
<br>
</div>
Anthony Hunter | 20 Oct 16:47 2014
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[orion-dev] Gobe back to a previous build on orion.eclipse.org

Hi Team,

I have rolled back http://orion.eclipse.org to build I20141016-1400 . Self hosting is broken with the latest builds.

Cheers...
Anthony
<div>Hi Team,
<br><br>I have rolled back <a href="http://orion.ecliose.org/">http://orion.eclipse.org</a>
to build I20141016-1400 . Self hosting is broken with the latest builds.
<br><br>Cheers...<br>
Anthony<br>
</div>
John Arthorne | 20 Oct 16:19 2014
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Re: [orion-dev] [flux-dev] cf-deployer button

So you would like the navigation pane on the left to stay as it is, with the area normally occupied by the editor replaced with some kind of deploy configuration page? In short that is not currently possible, we don't have anything like pluggable UI widgets that are contributed via iframe into a common page. The current approach being taken for deploy is that a plugin defining custom deploy UI is represented as an iframe in a dialog on top of the current page. Are you mainly looking to avoid the "modal" feel and get a similar experience directly in page?

I guess you could navigate to a separate application in another page that has a common look and feel to Orion so that the user experience is consistent. I also wonder about the possibility of defining a new editor type, and essentially redirecting to open a custom editor that it is something like a deploy wizard embedded as an editor.

John



From:        Martin Lippert <mlippert-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org>
To:        Flux developer discussions <flux-dev-j9T/66MeVpFAfugRpC6u6w@public.gmane.org>,
Date:        10/17/2014 07:09 AM
Subject:        [flux-dev] cf-deployer button
Sent by:        flux-dev-bounces-j9T/66MeVpFAfugRpC6u6w@public.gmane.org



Hey!

I am playing around with the cf-deployer button in the Orion UI and I wonder whether it would be possible to embed that web application entirely in the Orion UI instead of just jumping to this other, totally different URL. So that the deployer app would integrate with Orion in the same way as the other icons on the left bar - when clicking on them, everything else beside this left bar is filled up with the content of the app that belongs to that button.

Any idea whether that is possible?

Cheers,
-Martin


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<div>So you would like the navigation pane on
the left to stay as it is, with the area normally occupied by the editor
replaced with some kind of deploy configuration page? In short that is
not currently possible, we don't have anything like pluggable UI widgets
that are contributed via iframe into a common page. The current approach
being taken for deploy is that a plugin defining custom deploy UI is represented
as an iframe in a dialog on top of the current page. Are you mainly looking
to avoid the "modal" feel and get a similar experience directly
in page?
<br><br>I guess you could navigate to a separate
application in another page that has a common look and feel to Orion so
that the user experience is consistent. I also wonder about the possibility
of defining a new editor type, and essentially redirecting to open a custom
editor that it is something like a deploy wizard embedded as an editor.

<br><br>John
<br><br><br><br>From: &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
&nbsp;Martin Lippert &lt;mlippert@...&gt;
<br>To: &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
&nbsp;Flux developer discussions
&lt;flux-dev@...&gt;, 
<br>Date: &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
&nbsp;10/17/2014 07:09 AM
<br>Subject: &nbsp; &nbsp;
&nbsp; &nbsp;[flux-dev] cf-deployer
button
<br>Sent by: &nbsp; &nbsp;
&nbsp; &nbsp;flux-dev-bounces@...
<br><br><br><br>Hey!<br><br>
I am playing around with the cf-deployer button in the Orion UI and I wonder
whether it would be possible to embed that web application entirely in
the Orion UI instead of just jumping to this other, totally different URL.
So that the deployer app would integrate with Orion in the same way as
the other icons on the left bar - when clicking on them, everything else
beside this left bar is filled up with the content of the app that belongs
to that button.<br><br>
Any idea whether that is possible?<br><br>
Cheers,<br>
-Martin<br><br><br>
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Mike Wilson | 17 Oct 15:25 2014
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Re: [orion-dev] [flux-dev] cf-deployer button

Cross-posting to increase visibility.

McQ.

Martin Lippert ---2014/10/17 07:09:31---Hey! I am playing around with the cf-deployer button in the Orion UI and I wonder whether it would b

From: Martin Lippert <mlippert-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org>
To: Flux developer discussions <flux-dev <at> eclipse.org>
Date: 2014/10/17 07:09
Subject: [flux-dev] cf-deployer button
Sent by: flux-dev-bounces-j9T/66MeVpFAfugRpC6u6w@public.gmane.org




Hey!

I am playing around with the cf-deployer button in the Orion UI and I wonder whether it would be possible to embed that web application entirely in the Orion UI instead of just jumping to this other, totally different URL. So that the deployer app would integrate with Orion in the same way as the other icons on the left bar - when clicking on them, everything else beside this left bar is filled up with the content of the app that belongs to that button.

Any idea whether that is possible?

Cheers,
-Martin


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<p>Cross-posting to increase visibility.<br><br>McQ.<br><br>Martin Lippert ---2014/10/17 07:09:31---Hey! I am playing around with the cf-deployer button in the Orion UI and I wonder whether it would b<br><br>From:	Martin Lippert &lt;mlippert@...&gt;<br>To:	Flux developer discussions &lt;flux-dev <at> eclipse.org&gt;<br>Date:	2014/10/17 07:09<br>Subject:	[flux-dev] cf-deployer button<br>Sent by:	flux-dev-bounces@...<br></p>
<br><br><br>Hey!<br><br>
I am playing around with the cf-deployer button in the Orion UI and I wonder whether it would be possible to embed that web application entirely in the Orion UI instead of just jumping to this other, totally different URL. So that the deployer app would integrate with Orion in the same way as the other icons on the left bar - when clicking on them, everything else beside this left bar is filled up with the content of the app that belongs to that button.<br><br>
Any idea whether that is possible?<br><br>
Cheers,<br>
-Martin<br><br><br>
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Margewitsch, Erwin | 17 Oct 14:10 2014
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[orion-dev] Bug 435067 - XSRF protection in webdavImpl.js

Hi,

During the work to implement XSRF protection [1] in orion I found one more javascript file which is using directly an XMLHttpRequest object with a method different from ‘get’. So in this place I would like to add XSRF Protection like I did in the other places (see [2]).

Can you give me some hints how to do this for webdavImpl.js? I would like to reuse my code from [orion/xsrfUtils] (see [2]) but I don’t know how…

Erwin


<div>
<div>Hi,</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>During the work to implement XSRF protection [1] in orion I found one more javascript file which is using directly an XMLHttpRequest object with a method different from &lsquo;get&rsquo;. So in this place I would like to add XSRF Protection like I did in the other
 places (see [2]).</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Can you give me some hints how to do this for webdavImpl.js? I would like to reuse my code from [orion/xsrfUtils] (see [2]) but I don&rsquo;t know how&hellip;</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Erwin</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>[1]&nbsp;<a href="https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=435067">https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=435067</a>
</div>
<div>[2] <a href="https://git.eclipse.org/r/#/c/26742">https://git.eclipse.org/r/#/c/26742</a>
</div>
<div><br></div>
</div>
Kris De Volder | 15 Oct 22:15 2014

[orion-dev] Styling a contributed page.link.category?

I'm using the extension points:
  - "orion.page.link.category"
  - "orion.page.link"

To add a page link category and link.

This works, but what I can't figure out is if/how I can also add some css to orion pages to actually style the button for the newly defined category.

This is what I got now:

 
provider.registerServiceProvider("orion.page.link.category", null, {
id: "flux",
name: "Flux",
nameKey: "Flux",
nls: "orion-plugin/nls/messages",
imageClass: "core-sprite-sites",
order: 5
});
provider.registerServiceProvider("orion.page.link", null, {
id: "flux.deployer",
name: "CF Deployer",
category: "flux",
order: 10,
uriTemplate: "https://flux-cf-deployer.cfapps.io"
});


You can see that I have used 'core-sprites-sites' so it shows a little 'globe' icon for this category.

What I would like to do instead is use "flux-sprite" for imageClass. But then I also need to be able to
somehow add some css to the page that defines how to style the "flux-sprite" class.

Is this possible? If yes, how?

Kris

PS: I'm doing this in the flux orion-node server, in this context, since we are running our own server, I could just copy the css from orion.client code base and modify it to add my 'flux-sprite' class to "images.css" but this doesn't feel like the right solution (and wouldn't be an option if I created a 'standalone' plugin to be added to the orion instance running on orionhub.
<div><div dir="ltr">
<div>
<div>
<div>
<div>I'm using the extension points:<br>&nbsp; - "orion.page.link.category"<br>&nbsp; - "orion.page.link"<br><br>To add a page link category and link.<br><br>This
 works, but what I can't figure out is if/how I can also add some css to
 orion pages to actually style the button for the newly defined 
category.<br><br>This is what I got now:<br><br>&nbsp;<br><span>provider.registerServiceProvider("orion.page.link.category", null, {<br>		id: "flux",<br>		name: "Flux",<br>		nameKey: "Flux",<br>		nls: "orion-plugin/nls/messages",<br>		imageClass: "core-sprite-sites",<br>		order: 5<br>	});<br>	provider.registerServiceProvider("orion.page.link", null, {<br>		id: "flux.deployer",<br>		name: "CF Deployer",<br>		category: "flux",<br>		order: 10, <br>		uriTemplate: "<a href="https://flux-cf-deployer.cfapps.io" target="_blank">https://flux-cf-deployer.cfapps.io</a>"<br>	});</span><br><br>You can see that I have used 'core-sprites-sites' so it shows a little 'globe' icon for this category.<br><br>What I would like to do instead is use "flux-sprite" for imageClass. But then I also need to be able to<br>
</div>somehow add some css to the page that defines how to style the "flux-sprite" class.<br><br>
</div>Is this possible? If yes, how?<span class=""><br><br></span>
</div>
<span class="">Kris<br></span><br>
</div>PS:
 I'm doing this in the flux orion-node server, in this context, since we
 are running our own server, I could just copy the css from orion.client
 code base and modify it to add my 'flux-sprite' class to "images.css" 
but this doesn't feel like the right solution (and wouldn't be an option
 if I created a 'standalone' plugin to be added to the orion instance 
running on orionhub.</div></div>
John Arthorne | 14 Oct 17:51 2014
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[orion-dev] Orion meeting minutes - October 14, 2014

https://wiki.eclipse.org/Orion/Meeting_minutes/20141014

John
<div>
<a href="https://wiki.eclipse.org/Orion/Meeting_minutes/20141014">https://wiki.eclipse.org/Orion/Meeting_minutes/20141014</a>
<br><br>John
<br>
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