Extension in Java
cbosdonnat at suse.com
Thu Mar 27 01:05:03 PDT 2014
You at least miss the manifest file in your sources: this will tell
LibreOffice, what the jar file is a UNO component. And in that JAR file
IIRC, you need to define a registration class. You can have a look at
how it's implemented in the Eclipse extension:
Here you have an example of manifest file:
You JAR manifest file needs to contain a special entry. See how it is
set in Coooder:
I hope it will help you.
On Wed, 2014-03-26 at 11:07 -0400, Adriam Delgado Rivero wrote:
> Hello, here you have the extension and the code in java, (OtraMas.java is onli for test the code in netbeans).
> I Conferencia Científica Internacional UCIENCIA 2014 en la UCI del 24 al 26 de abril de 2014, La Habana, Cuba. Ver http://uciencia.uci.cu
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