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Development Workflow for Sabre Scribe Scripts

  1. Create a new plug-in project without an Activator class and without UI dependencies.

  2. Create a directory structure for Sabre Scribe scripts according to the types of scripts you have. If applicable, create sub-directories for your visible and hidden scripts. Copy the scripts from your local drive and paste them directly into the folders in Eclipse.

  3. Add the folders to the binary build.

  4. Add the Sabre Red 360 plug-in dependency to your project.

  5. Add the required extension point, and then configure the path to your visible scripts. If you have hidden scripts, configure the path.

  6. If you have files in your plug-in that you want your Sabre Scribe scripts to access, add the com.sabre.edge.redapp.pluginresources extension point to plugin.xml, plus the files. Include a definition to the path where the files are located on your plug-in project.

  7. If you have newer versions of files in your Sabre Scribe scripts plug-in, update the files in the com.sabre.edge.redapp.pluginresources extension point and set the override attribute to true.

  8. If you are using active listening for commands, responses, or both, register the commands and responses in redapp.xml.

  9. Include all files that the scripts access in the same wrapper plug-in. This also includes both visible and hidden scripts.