Creating Java based components just got a lot easier in Expeditor 6.2.2

There is a new set of API’s that allow the creation of Java based components – for use in composite applications – in the Lotus Expeditor stack.  The recently published article, jWidget – Easy Creation of Java Composite Application Components, explains how to use the API’s and not get bogged down with WSDL, or Property Broker API’s or comp app based extensions.   The new jWidget classes make it easy to code a new component for use in the Composite Application Editor.  The article goes into depth on how the jWidget classes interact with the composite application infrastructure (areas including TopologyHandler and Property Broker).


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