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ResultList - where is the JAR?

Hi people!

Some of you know where is the JAR (java package) that contains the UDF type ResultList. I want to debug a UDF at Eclipse/NWDS, but I couldn't found the library that contains it. Some tip?

Thanks!

roberti

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    Apr 10, 2007 at 08:36 PM

    Hi,

    See Micahls FAQ-- /people/michal.krawczyk2/blog/2005/06/28/xipi-faq-frequently-asked-questions

    Mapping-- Question 5,

    5. Where can I find aii_map_api.jar to create my Java mapping?

    Go to your XI server folders and use this path:

    j2ee\cluster\server0\apps\sap.com\com.sap.xi.services

    Inside com.sap.xi.services folder you'll find the jar file. Is this what you are looking for?

    ---Satish

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      Hi Roberti,

      If u follow Stefan Grube blog then u need another .jar file <b>aii_mt_rt.jar</b>.Without this jar u can not use ResultList which u want to test with it.

      Stefan -- Thanks! your blog code running successfully.

      Cheers!

      Samarjit

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    Apr 11, 2007 at 06:50 AM

    Hi Roberti,

    When u creates a UDF with queue or context mapping that time we need ResultList.

    All jar files are store in "j2ee\cluster\server0\apps\sap.com\com.sap.xi.services" in your XI installed folder.

    If u try to run UDF code in Eclipse/NWDS then should remove ResultList.Instead of ResultList u can use ArrayList,Vector,HashMap to test the UDF. That java.util Package handle all collection framework objects/interface.

    If u want to write a class file separately for mapping then you need aii_map_api.jar.

    Cheer!

    Samarjit

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  • Apr 10, 2007 at 08:02 PM

    You'll find the classes for mapping runtime in aii_map_api.jar, in your XI Box. Just search for it.

    But as a tip, I always test queue UDF codes with List type. Its easier to treat and all. 😊

    Regards,

    Henrique.

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      Hi Henrique,

      This was the first place I tried to find it, but it isn't there.

      This "List" type you are refering to, where is it? Did you mean

      java.util.ArrayList

      ?

      thanks.

      roberti