Kay Dörnemann writes about a new release of the Grid Development Tools for Eclipse (GDTE), a bundle of Eclipse Plugins for Service and Application Development in the Eclipse Integrated Development Environment for the Globus Toolkit 4:
I have the pleasure to announce the release of GDTE 1.2.0. The release can be easily installed using the Eclipse update mechanism: see our Update site.
Installation instructions, tutorials, and documentation can be found at the GDTE dev.globus incubator site.
Tutorials are available online and if you install the GDT feature, there's also Help available in your Eclipse workbench, describing more details about the use of the GDT. (We also support using Eclipse headless, i.e. running the GDT tools as commandline tools, offering the possibility to include them in automated build scripts.)
Whats new: We added service-side security descriptor creation through a wizard. Added Singleton Resource support and load on Startup support. Reworked the wizard pages and fixed several bugs. For more information please read the changelogs.