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Automatically Exporting a Plug-in Project as a Bundle

The Red App Bundle wizard creates a Red App bundle executable JAR file automatically. This wizard does the following:

  • Creates the and bundle.crt files

  • Signs all JARs in your bundle with your digital certificate

  • Generates the bundle ZIP file as a ZIP archive

  • Performs basic validation of a Red App to catch common errors before you submit your Red App bundle to Sabre. For more information, see the Red App Bundle Wizard description.

To use Red App wizards, you must install the Red App development tools software. For installation procedures, see How Do I Start?.

If your project is a Sabre Scribe scripts plug-in, do not use this procedure. Instead, complete automatically Exporting a Sabre Scribe Project as a Bundle.
In case of any issues with exporting your bundle it’s recommended for you check that Eclipse is using JDK, not JRE.

Before you begin:

You should use a key store in place of your digital certificate. When you run this wizard, the key store will be requested. The key store contains the digital certificate that is used to sign the JAR files. The wizard automatically exports this exact same certificate to your Red App package.

  1. From the Eclipse workbench menu bar, choose File > Export.

  2. In the Export dialog, expand Red App Development, then choose Red App Bundle. Finally, click Next.

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  3. Select all of the plug-ins and fragments in your plug-in project. This includes your main Red App plug-in and any plug-in dependencies.

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  4. On the Destination tab, choose the destination folder for your Red App bundle.

  5. On the JAR Signing tab, provide the required information:

    keystore location, keypass, alias, and password.
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  6. Click Next .

  7. Select your main Red App plug-in from the list.

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  8. When you are done, click Finish.

  9. After your bundle is created, verify your bundle against the bundle requirements.