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Building a Real IBM UrbanCode Deploy Plugin – Part 2: XML File structure

IBM UrbanCode Deploy plugins are controlled by parameters in a series of XML files. info.xml – This file is primarily metadata about the plugin plugin.xml – This file is the brains of the operation. It is the interface specification that

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Building a Real IBM UrbanCode Plugin – Part 1: Background and Setup

Several blogs, including ours, have shared some introductory posts on how to structure an UrbanCode plugin. I decided to take these a step forward and actually build one for a reasonably well-known tool. I chose Liquibase as my guinea pig

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Exploring the IBM UrbanCode Deploy 6.0.1 Plugin Changes

Plugins are a major piece of the value of the IBM UrbanCode Deploy tool.  They provide a simple way to automate adjacent pieces of the application’s environment in a way that allows you to move users away from direct access

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