Is anyone using the activex bridge to wrap java bean controls? I have a POC I need to do in Java and I have a mapviewer bean that needs to be used extensively.
When I try and create teh wrapper i get a message of "Failed to generate .idl file"
Everything points to having to use a specific JDK or Visual studio version (from way back) which I dont want to have to find and install.
Is this still the way java beans are used in Plex or is there a better way to do it?
Thanks for any help
I want to make a few things to be clear related Java Bean and Plex Java Client.
I think these are documented in Plex online help.
Please take a look Active Pattern Library, those have functions hosting Java Beans and hope you get some hint from them.
Using Java Bean with Plex Java app as Plex developer is as seamless as using one for ActiveX on WinC.
1) The "Control Name" property is used as a consistent name user can access it via Source code written in Java, which is the same for ActiveX on WinC.
2) I believe the Placement and Sizing are picked up from Panel Property like other controls do.
There are extra property for Java Bean called "Java Bean Class" property, Please read a help topic about "Java Bean Class Property".