Calling a java class from a StreamServe script - part 3
This is part 3 in a short series of articles on extending the StreamServe script language using Java.
Calling a java class from a StreamServe script - part2
StreamServe 5.6 adds the possibility to call Java directly from the StreamServe script language. This opens up a world of possibilities. We have in the previous articles examined the script functions and explored some java examples including calling external web services.
This is part 2 in a short series of articles on extending the StreamServe script language using Java.
Calling a java class from a StreamServe script
In the previous article, we took a look at the newly added (in 5.6) script functions to create an object and call a static method from a java class. This time, we will call a simple REST web service to shorten a URL.
One of the new possibilities in StreamServe 5.6 is that you can now call Java classes directly from within a StreamServe Script. This allows you to extend your StreamServer with all the capabilities of the Java language and also make use of the myriads or libraries and applications that exists out there.
Remote Debug of a StreamServe Java connector
This article is a result of building java connectors for StreamServe for different customers. And at one of these customers I was lucky enough to meet some really good java developers that setup some cool debugging possibilities that I did not know of beforehand.
I can’t take credit for all the content in the article, but it has been really helpful for me when building java connectors for StreamServe and I hope it might help you as well. Thanks to the helpers of the content.