Where to put external jars in Cheetah SP6 Patch 2 ?

    • rishabh.verma
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      2 years, 1 month ago #3476

      Hi,

      In one our usecase we need to use some external jars. Where we can put in those jars so that they are loaded in runtime in Ignio?

      We have app server having following components and directory structure as:
      “/data/ignio/applications”

      core
      edge
      ppm
      streams
      solution
      registry

      We have one folder as dependency-jars, so as of now we have placed the jar in “/data/ignio/applications/dependency-jars” folder, but still Ignio is not able to resolve the class.
      Also please suggest if we need to restart any appliance after putting the jar.

      Thanks

    • bana.sunit
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      2 years, 1 month ago #3502
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      Hi Rishabh

      From SP7 onwards proxy-agent already has the support for below dependency
      <groupId>org.codehaus.groovy</groupId>
      <artifactId>groovy-xmlrpc</artifactId>
      <version>0.8</version>

      You can write Groovy code with the same dependency that will run on the proxy (for iworkflow use step.onproxy)

    • bana.sunit
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      2 years, 1 month ago #3477
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      External jars are not allowed. Please tell us the business use case and jar which you want to use along with the version

    • vijayaraghavan.tvr
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      2 years, 1 month ago #3486
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      Hi Rishabh,

      As per the discussion I had with the Platform I&O team in the past, it’s not possible to add external JARs to the ignio’s class path. Need to check with I&O team if the external JAR is very much essential.

    • rishabh.verma
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      2 years, 1 month ago #3501
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      Thanks Sunit and Vijayaraghavan for the information.

      We are implementing a usecase wherein we are required to make some RPC calls to execute some functions.
      To make those RPC calls, we are utilizing this jar – groovy-xmlrpc-0.8

      Thanks

    • rishabh.verma
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      2 years, 1 month ago #3509
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      Thanks for the information Sunit.

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