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    Default Zimlets with included Jar Files

    Hi,

    I just have a question. I am working on a Zimlet that needs to include some Jar files in it. I am using Axis to access some Webservices. So I need the Axis related jars and some Jars that are specific to the Webservices implementation of the application we want to target.

    Which is the right way to include these Jar files into the Zimlet Zip file?

    What should we take into consideration, when including JAr files in the Zimlet deployment file?

    Thank you in advance for any answers.

    Regards,

    Gil

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    Quote Originally Posted by gil.fernandes View Post
    Hi,

    I just have a question. I am working on a Zimlet that needs to include some Jar files in it. I am using Axis to access some Webservices. So I need the Axis related jars and some Jars that are specific to the Webservices implementation of the application we want to target.

    Which is the right way to include these Jar files into the Zimlet Zip file?

    What should we take into consideration, when including JAr files in the Zimlet deployment file?

    Thank you in advance for any answers.

    Regards,

    Gil
    How are you making the jump from the zimlet context (JS running on the browser) to AXIS?

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    Default Axis being used on the server side via a JSP page

    I am not using Axis on the client side, but on the server side. A GET request is sent to a JSP page included in the Zimlet, which then is supposed to use on the server side AXIS and do there some other operations. This is for server side development.

    Best regards,

    Gil

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    Default com_zimbra_asterisk.zip as an example

    An example for a Zimlet that uses jar files is com_zimbra_asterisk.zip. So to have Jar files in Zimlets for server side code must be feasible.

    Regards,

    Gil Fernandes

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    Quote Originally Posted by gil.fernandes View Post
    I am not using Axis on the client side, but on the server side. A GET request is sent to a JSP page included in the Zimlet, which then is supposed to use on the server side AXIS and do there some other operations. This is for server side development.

    Best regards,

    Gil
    Take a look at the extension method (ZimbraServer/doc/Extensions.txt), which would allow you to load classes into Zimbra.

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