Difference between revisions of "ZCS 6.0:Zimlet Developers Guide:Examples:JSP with custom Java classes"

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== Description ==
 
== Description ==
  
This zimlet shows how to launch a JSP using the Zimlet Definition File <code><actionUrl></code> element.
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This zimlet shows how to include a JAR file with your zimlet and call custom Java classes from a JSP.
  
 
== Definition File ==
 
== Definition File ==
  
 
<pre>
 
<pre>
<zimlet name="com_zimbra_simplejspaction" version="1.0" description="An example zimlet using a JSP file.">
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<zimlet name="com_zimbra_javajarexample" version="1.0" description="An example zimlet with a JAR file.">
 
     <include>javajarexample.js</include>
 
     <include>javajarexample.js</include>
     <zimletPanelItem label="JSP Example (via Action)" icon="zimbraIcon">
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    <handlerObject>com_zimbra_javajarexampleHandlerObject</handlerObject>
       <toolTipText>Click to launch the JSP Example</toolTipText>
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     <zimletPanelItem label="Java w/JAR Example" icon="zimbraIcon">
      <onClick>
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       <toolTipText>Click to launch the JAR Example</toolTipText>
      <canvas type="window" width="500" height="250" />
 
      <actionUrl method="get" target="/service/zimlet/com_zimbra_simplejspaction/jspfile.jsp" />
 
      </onClick>
 
 
   </zimletPanelItem>
 
   </zimletPanelItem>
 
</zimlet>
 
</zimlet>
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</pre>
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== JSP File ==
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The JSP file imports the custom Java classes (from the package <code>com.zimbra.zimlet.example</code>). A method is called on <code>MyClass</code> and the string is printed to the JSP output.
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<pre>
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<%@ page language="java" import="com.zimbra.zimlet.example.*" %>
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<%
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String s = MyClass.getString();
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%>
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Hello World! <b><%=s%></b>
 
</pre>
 
</pre>
  
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|Zimlet Package
 
|Zimlet Package
|[[Media:zcs-6-examples-simplejspaction-com_zimbra_simplejspaction.zip|com_zimbra_simplejspaction.zip]]
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|[[Media:zcs-6-examples-javajarexample-com_zimbra_javajarexample.zip|com_zimbra_javajarexample.zip]]
 
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== Useful Links ==
 
== Useful Links ==

Revision as of 04:34, 31 December 2009

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Description

This zimlet shows how to include a JAR file with your zimlet and call custom Java classes from a JSP.

Definition File

<zimlet name="com_zimbra_javajarexample" version="1.0" description="An example zimlet with a JAR file.">
    <include>javajarexample.js</include>
    <handlerObject>com_zimbra_javajarexampleHandlerObject</handlerObject>
    <zimletPanelItem label="Java w/JAR Example" icon="zimbraIcon">
      <toolTipText>Click to launch the JAR Example</toolTipText>
   </zimletPanelItem>
</zimlet>

JSP File

The JSP file imports the custom Java classes (from the package com.zimbra.zimlet.example). A method is called on MyClass and the string is printed to the JSP output.

<%@ page language="java" import="com.zimbra.zimlet.example.*" %>
<%

String s = MyClass.getString();

%>

Hello World! <b><%=s%></b>

Download

Zimlet Package com_zimbra_javajarexample.zip

Useful Links


Verified Against: Zimbra Collaboration Suite 6.0 Date Created: 12/22/2009
Article ID: https://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=ZCS_6.0:Zimlet_Developers_Guide:Examples:JSP_with_custom_Java_classes Date Modified: 2009-12-31



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