Generated and Published Files

When you publish to a Management & Control Services (MCS) server, all of the files related to the selected project are published. When additional tasks are created in the same project and published to MCS, they are added to the tasks already contained in the compressed files in the MCS repository.

The following table lists the files that are available for each type of task interface object.

If you've generated To local directory To MCS
Task beans NavMapClientBeans.jar
NavMapJavadoc.jar
*
readme.txt
The unjarred contents of the NavMapClientBeans.jar
NavMapJavaDoc.jar
*
* The Javadoc.jar is created only if you selected the Generate Javadocs box when you configured options for generating task beans.
Service bean tasknameservicebean.class, Java bean class file for the generated task, contains: tasknameservicebean.java
and a data bean for each set of task inputs or outputs
tasknameservicebean.class
Java beans for the Apache Axis environment NavMap.jar
build.xml
deploy.wsdd
NavMapbean.java
undeploy.wsdd
Databean.java, one for each set of task inputs or outputs
tasknameservicebean.class
The unjarred contents of the NavMap.jar
tasknameservicebean.class
Enterprise Java beans for BEA WebLogic Integration 7.0 appProperties.properties
NavMapmappings.xml, which maps the NavMap to an Attachmate Adapter for 3270 & 5250 for WebLogic application view
NavMapservice.ear
deploy.cmd
NavMapservice.ear
.NET components NavMap.msi NavMap.msi

In addition, the task file is always included:

To local directory To MCS
NavMapclientTaskFiles.jar
readme.txt
The unjarred contents of the NavMapclientTaskFiles.jar

Testing your generated task beans and task files

You can test your generated task beans and task files using simple Java Server Page (JSP) applications. The test applications are available in the following directories:

.../attachmate/eai/documentation/connector_screens/sdk/client/samples/bean
-and-
.../attachmate/eai/documentation/connector_screens/sdk/client/samples/xml

There is a text file containing complete instructions on how to use the test application in each directory.

Related Topics
Bullet Creating Task Interface Objects, Overview
Bullet Generating Task Interface Objects
Bullet Testing Generated Task Interface Objects
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