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Creating Java plug-ins

The Java plug-in API includes an interface and an abstract class for each plug-in type. Your Java plug-in program must implement one of the interfaces or extend one of the abstract classes.

Interface

Extends

ARDBCPluggable

ARPluggable

AREAPluggable

ARPluggable

ARFilterAPIPluggable

ARPluggable


Abstract class

Extends

Implements

ARDBCPlugin

ARPlugin

ARDBCPluggable

AREAPlugin

ARPlugin

AREAPluggable

ARFilterAPIPlugin

ARPlugin

ARFilterAPIPluggable

The interfaces and classes are described in detail in the Javadoc-generated online documentation in the arpluginsdoc.jar file. This file is located in the javaplugins subdirectory of the Api (or api ) directory in your AR System server installation directory. To access the Java plug-in API documentation, unzip the contents of the file. (To unzip a JAR file, use a zip utility or the Java jar executable, which is in the bin directory of the Java JRE is installation. For example, jar -xvf arpluginsdoc.jar.) Then, navigate to the javadoc folder, and open the index.html file to see an overview of the entire AR System Java plug-in API documentation.

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