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This page demonstrates the writing conventions of the pages in the development resources section.

Text Highlighting

To highlight generic information
To highlight positive features or initial information
To highlight notes, concerns and things to be aware of
To highlight warnings


Command line

Demonstration

> telnet localhost 9999
Connected to localhost.
Escape character is '^]'.
Jane?
Echo: Jane?
^]
telnet> quit
Connection closed.

Rhino Log

2008-08-04 13:30:28.928  Finest  [trace.EchoService_1_1.EchoSbb]   <jr-14> [EchoService/EchoSbb]  sbbCreate
2008-08-04 13:30:28.929  Finest  [trace.EchoService_1_1.EchoSbb]   <jr-14> [EchoService/EchoSbb]  sbbPostCreate
2008-08-04 13:30:28.929  Info    [trace.EchoService_1_1.EchoSbb]   <jr-14> [EchoService/EchoSbb]  Sbb received message: "Jane?"
2008-08-04 13:30:28.929  Info    [trace.EchoService_1_1.EchoSbb]   <jr-14> [EchoService/EchoSbb]  Sbb sending response: "Echo: Jane?"
2008-08-04 13:30:28.930  Finest  [trace.EchoService_1_1.EchoSbb]   <jr-14> [EchoService/EchoSbb]  sbbStore
2008-08-04 13:30:28.930  Finest  [trace.EchoService_1_1.EchoSbb]   <jr-14> [EchoService/EchoSbb]  sbbStore

Rhino Command Line Console

[Rhino@localhost (#0)] listsbbs
SbbID[name=EchoSbb,vendor=OpenCloud,version=1.1]
[Rhino@localhost (#1)] listservices
ServiceID[name=EchoService,vendor=OpenCloud,version=1.1]
[Rhino@localhost (#2)] listraentities
telnetra


Specification Reference

JAIN SLEE Specification

1.1 Target audience

The target audiences for this specification are communication application developers, vendors of the communication application servers, and telecommunications product vendors in the areas of Softswitches, SIP Proxy servers, Call Agents, and traditional class 4 or 5 switches who wish to deploy services on their product which are developed by service creators following the JAIN SLEE specification.


Code Syntax highlighting

Java

getTracer().info( "Hello JAIN SLEE World..." );

Multiline Java

public void onServiceStartedEvent(ServiceStartedEvent event, ActivityContextInterface aci)
{
  getTracer().info( "Hello JAIN SLEE World..." );
}

Multiline Java with SVN reference

public void onServiceStartedEvent(ServiceStartedEvent event, ActivityContextInterface aci)
{
  getTracer().info( "Hello JAIN SLEE World..." );
}


XML

<event-name>MessageEvent</event-name>

Multiline XML

<event event-direction="Receive" initial-event="True">
  <event-name>MessageEvent</event-name>
  <event-type-ref>
    <event-type-name>MessageEvent</event-type-name>
    <event-type-vendor>OpenCloud</event-type-vendor>
    <event-type-version>1.1</event-type-version>
  </event-type-ref>
  <initial-event-select variable="ActivityContext"/>
</event>

Multiline XML with SVN reference

<event event-direction="Receive" initial-event="True">
  <event-name>MessageEvent</event-name>
  <event-type-ref>
    <event-type-name>MessageEvent</event-type-name>
    <event-type-vendor>OpenCloud</event-type-vendor>
    <event-type-version>1.1</event-type-version>
  </event-type-ref>
  <initial-event-select variable="ActivityContext"/>
</event>
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