Developing Plug-Ins

Plug-Ins enable you to pack up your Traffic Handlers, so that they can be loaded dynamically by all applications which use the NetLab or the NLML. The NLML provides a lot of base classes for different types of Plug-Ins, which aim to make writing plug-ins as comfortable as possible.

Developing a Handler Plug-In can be split up in the following tasks:

Notice: If you want to implement non-handler plug-ins or need more examples, have a look at the classes in the NLML, especially in the folders Extensibility, DefaultControllers, DefaultDefinitions and SubPlugInDefinitions

Last edited Apr 24, 2011 at 4:36 PM by emiswelt, version 3

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