The Studio/Atelier Transition

The InterSystems Atelier IDE is an Eclipse plug-in which puts the power of the Eclipse development environment into the hands of InterSystems developers. If you have experience with InterSystems technology, this shift to an Eclipse-based IDE represents a significant change from the development model you are familiar with.

The following list summarizes changes you need to be aware of:

You may find the following topics useful in making the transition from Studio to Atelier:

Developers may rely on a number of the key bindings that are standard in Studio. Eclipse also has a number of standard key bindings, and many are different from those used by Studio. Atelier does not modify Eclipse key bindings to support conventions used by other development tools. You can see the current Eclipse key bindings by selecting Help > Key Assist... from the main menu. You can customize key bindings using key preferences Window > Preferences > General > Keys.

Related concepts

Basic UI Concepts
UI Differences Between Mac and Windows
Using the Atelier Welcome System
Navigating the Atelier Workbench
Rearranging the Atelier Workbench
Working with Atelier
Atelier Equivalents for Studio Actions
Studio Extensions in Atelier

Related reference

New Atelier Project
Select a Class File Template
New Empty Class
Select a Routine File Template
New Routine File
New CSP File
New Business Operation Class
New Business Service Class
Import files to XML
Export files to XML