Getting Started with vSphere Web Client Programming – User Interface and Data Services

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Nov 162012
 

This video is the third in our 3-part video series entitled “Getting Started with vSphere Web Client Programming” which will provide some insights as well as some deep-dive training and step-by-step demonstrations and examples of how you can setup a platform for developing your own solutions for the vSphere Web Client.

This video explains the fundamentals of creating Data View UI extensions, using Mediator Classes with View Classes, and using the Data Access Manager (DAM) API to query the vSphere Inventory Service . It does this by examining the code in the views-properties-ui samples from the VWC (vSphere Web Client) SDK (Software Development Kit) and:

  • Showing the syntax for creating Data View UI extensions in the plugin.xml file
  • Viewing and explaining the relationship of a View Class to its corresponding Mediator Class for an extension, including how View Classes are injected into Mediator Classes
  • Examining and explaining how the VWC Framework injects the object in context in the Object Navigator into Mediator classes
  • Explaining the event-driven nature of the DAM API, including viewing how the sample code creates and responds to DAM events
  • Examining and explaining the use of Data Model Classes and the main models for querying the vSphere Inventory Services via DAM APIs

After following along with, this video, learners should be able to:

  • Create their own Data View UI Extensions in the plugin.xml file
  • Create their own simple View and Mediator classes for their UI Extensions
  • Use DAM APIs to query the vSphere Inventory Services:
  1. For a single property on the object in context
  2. For multiple properties on the object in context with and without property constraints
  3. For multiple properties on the object in context, and on properties related to the object in context using relation constraints
  • Build, load, and test their extensions

Note: As these three videos are aimed at providing a full class-room like training experience of the subject matter, the videos are actually quite long in duration with each video ranging between 45 minutes to 1 hour.

Note: For best viewing results, ensure that the 720p setting is selected and view in full screen mode

New vSphere Web Client Programming video series coming soon!

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Nov 092012
 

Greetings from the KBTV team!

We have been a little bit quiet as of late, but we are hard at work preparing some new video material for your self-learning, knowledge-advancement and problem-solving needs.

The next three videos that you will see being uploaded from us over the next day or so are part of a new 3-part video series entitled “Getting Started with vSphere Web Client Programming” which will provide some insights as well as some deep-dive training and step-by-step demonstrations and examples of how you can setup a platform for developing your own solutions for the vSphere Web Client.

The three videos will cover the following respectively:

  • Setting up the development environment
  • Fundamentals of creating User Interface extensions
  • Fundamentals of creating Data View User Interface extensions

Note: As these three videos are aimed at providing a full class-room like training experience of the subject matter, the videos are actually quite long in duration with each video ranging between 45 minutes to 1 hour.

We are sure that these videos will be of interest to anyone looking to get an insight into programming for the vSphere Web Client.

Watch this space for the videos!

 

Apr 232011
 

1. Open registry with regedit.exe

2. move to the following key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Apache Software Foundation\Procrun 2.0\vctomcat\Parameters\Java

3. change these entries to the following values

JvmMs = 0x0

JvmMx = 0x0

JvmSs = 0x0

4. restart this service „VMware VirtualCenter Management Webservices“

5. enjoy and relax 🙂

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Memory usage in vCenter Server 4.0 by Eric Siebert

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Jul 132009
 
Eric Siebert published an very nice article about Memory usage in vCenter Server 4.0:

If you are using vCenter Server and plan on upgrading to vSphere you should be aware that vCenter Server 4.0 uses much more memory than vCenter Server 2.5 does. According to the official documentation for both 2.5 and 4.0, the system requirements are very similar:

  • 2.0 GHz or faster Intel or AMD x86 processor. Processor requirements can be more if your database runs on the same hardware.
  • 2 GB RAM. You might need more RAM if your database runs on the same hardware.

But VMware has a note in the vSphere documentation that states:

vCenter Server includes a service called VMware vCenter Management Webservices. This service requires128MB to 1.5GB of additional memory. The vCenter Management Webservices process allocates the required memory at startup.

This Webservices component is a Windows service called VMware VirtualCenter Management Webservices. It’s a Tomcat Java application server that is a component of the vCenter Server. You will see this service listed in Task Manager as tomcat6.exe as vCenter Server 4.0 uses the newer Tomcat 6 version. In vCenter Server 2.5, this service was listed as tomcat5.exe, vCenter Server 2.5 uses the older Tomcat 5.5 version. The Webservices component is not used just for Web browsers to access the vCenter Server, many other services rely on this component. If you stop this service component, vCenter Server will still work but anything that relies on Webservices will no longer work (i.e. plug-ins, Converter).


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