Learn about WebSphere programming extensions
ActivitySessionsHow do I?...
Application profilingHow do I?...
Asynchronous beansHow do I?...
Dynamic cachingHow do I?...
Dynamic queryHow do I?...
InternationalizationHow do I?...
Object poolsHow do I?...
Scheduler How do I?...
Startup beansHow do I?...
Work areasHow do I?...
Applications can use the Eclipse extension framework. Applications are extensible as soon as extension points and extension processing code for the extensible area of the application are defined.
We can also plug an application into another extensible application by defining an extension that adheres to the target extension point requirements. The extension point can find the newly added extension dynamically and the new function is seamlessly integrated in the existing application. It works on a cross Java EE module basis.
The application extension registry uses the Eclipse plug-in descriptor format and APIs as the standard extensibility mechanism for WebSphere applications. Developers that build WebSphere application modules can use WAS extensions to implement Eclipse tools and to provide plug-in modules to contribute functionality such as actions, tasks, menu items, and links at predefined extension points in the WebSphere application.
SubtopicsLearn about WebSphere applications: Overview
Learn about ActivitySessions
Learn about application profiling
Introduction: Application profiling
Learn about asynchronous beans
Introduction: Asynchronous beans
Learn about dynamic caching
Introduction: Dynamic cache
Learn about dynamic query
Introduction: Dynamic query
Learn about internationalization
Learn about object pools
Introduction: Object pools
Learn about scheduler
Learn about startup beans
Introduction: Startup beans
Learn about work areas
Introduction: Work area
Learn about WebSphere applications: New features