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3rd party beans

4 posts in General Discussion (old) Last posting was on 2000-03-27 14:13:52.0Z
Arnie Morein Posted on 2000-03-23 14:18:00.0Z
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I have to write a Jaguar component which would use Beans for Novell
Services.

The beans are already compiled - how do I go about installing these
beans into Jaguar so I can use the components they represent in my
applets?

Any outline of tasks would be appreciated.


Tim Nesham Posted on 2000-03-23 16:40:10.0Z
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Use Jag manager and create a package then right-mouse the package and
install component.
Select import Java file to import the class.

"Arnie Morein" <arnold_morein@oag.state.tx.us> wrote in message
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> I have to write a Jaguar component which would use Beans for Novell
> Services.
>
> The beans are already compiled - how do I go about installing these
> beans into Jaguar so I can use the components they represent in my
> applets?
>
> Any outline of tasks would be appreciated.
>


Arnie Morein Posted on 2000-03-23 21:24:42.0Z
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thanks for the response, but there are are no class files, only jar
files. now what?

Tim Nesham wrote:

> Use Jag manager and create a package then right-mouse the package and
> install component.
> Select import Java file to import the class.
>
> "Arnie Morein" <arnold_morein@oag.state.tx.us> wrote in message
> news:38DA2797.46D7BA35@oag.state.tx.us...
> > I have to write a Jaguar component which would use Beans for Novell
> > Services.
> >
> > The beans are already compiled - how do I go about installing these
> > beans into Jaguar so I can use the components they represent in my
> > applets?
> >
> > Any outline of tasks would be appreciated.
> >


Tim Nesham Posted on 2000-03-27 14:13:52.0Z
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Please repost the message as: How to import Java classes in Jars to Jaguar?
I have not done this and there is a tendency for people to not look into a
thread when someone started answering.

"Arnie Morein" <arnold_morein@oag.state.tx.us> wrote in message
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> thanks for the response, but there are are no class files, only jar
> files. now what?
>
>
> Tim Nesham wrote:
>
> > Use Jag manager and create a package then right-mouse the package and
> > install component.
> > Select import Java file to import the class.
> >
> > "Arnie Morein" <arnold_morein@oag.state.tx.us> wrote in message
> > news:38DA2797.46D7BA35@oag.state.tx.us...
> > > I have to write a Jaguar component which would use Beans for Novell
> > > Services.
> > >
> > > The beans are already compiled - how do I go about installing these
> > > beans into Jaguar so I can use the components they represent in my
> > > applets?
> > >
> > > Any outline of tasks would be appreciated.
> > >
>