Integration → Creating Your Own Plugins → The plugin.xml File → The Header: <header> Element
The mandatory header element identifies the plugin and contains the following child elements:
|<header> Child Elements||Description|
This element's three attributes identify the plugin:
All values must be enclosed within single or double quotes.
|<description>||Describes the plugin. It appears on the Automation Plugins pane in Deployment Automation.|
|<tag>||Defines where the plugin will appear on the process editor's hierarchy of available plugins. The location is defined by a string separated by slashes. For example, the Tomcat definition is: Application Server/Java/Tomcat. The Tomcat steps will be listed beneath the Tomcat item, which in turn is nested within the other two.|
The following is a sample header definition:
<header> <identifier version="3" id="com.&company;.air.plugin.Tomcat"name="Tomcat"/> <description> The Tomcat plugin is used during deployments to execute Tomcat run-book automations and deploy or undeploy Tomcat applications. </description> <tag>Application Server/Java/Tomcat</tag> </header>
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