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Intallation with EA Server & PowerJ
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Registered: May 2001
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Has anyone tried CocoBase with PowerJ using EA-Server, or any information for how can CocoBase be configured with PowerJ, ref etc

06-01-2001 07:21 AM
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Registered: Apr 2001
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We haven't done any particular integration with PowerJ because
their extension APIs aren't yet java compatible. While you
can import java classes and components that CocoBase generates
into the PowerJ system, you can't 'launch' CocoAdmin from
within PowerJ the way you can with other IDEs.

We actually would really like to integrate with PowerJ but
we're waiting for their APIs to be 'javacized'. You might
want to talk to your Sybase person and encourage them to
make this happen soon :)

Now once a java class or component is generated using CocoAdmin
you can always compile and run it from within the PowerJ
environment, but you'll want to include the classes & demos
directories of the CocoBase distribution to the working
classpath to make the PowerJ system find the necessary
runtime classes...

As for our EAServer integration - did you see the tutorials
for EAServer? They should help with explaining and supporting
you through our integration...

Hope this helps!


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