This appendix explains how to deploy images and JAR files as part of a shared library JAR file. If you have customized an application, a skin, or a resource bundle, you must deploy it as a JAR file within a shared library JAR file.
In this section, we use an example in which you include in a shared library JAR file the files you previously created:
customSkin.jar as described in How to Choose a Skin in Process Workspace
customer-impl.jar as described in Customizing Applications in Process Workspace and the Worklist Application
ResourceBundle.jar as described in Customizing a Resource Bundle.
To deploy images and JAR files as part of a shared library JAR file:
unzip customSkin.jar -d temp/ unzip customer-impl.jar -d temp/ unzip ResourceBundle.jar -d temp/
After you do this, you can see a
META-INF folder included in the temp folder.
You can create an
images directory inside the
temp directory and copy your customized logo file into it. Then from the application preferences, you can refer to it as
This file should contain the following:
Manifest-Version: 1.0 Ant-Version: Apache Ant 1.7.1 Created-By: 19.1-b02 (Sun Microsystems Inc.) Implementation-Vendor: Oracle Implementation-Title: Custom Client Applib Implementation-Version: 1.0 Product-Name: Custom Client Applib Specification-Version: 1.0 Extension-Name: custom.client.applib
To do this, navigate to the temp directory and run the following command:
jar -cvfm custom.client.applib.jar META-INF/MANIFEST.MF *
You have now created the shared library under the
temp directory. It looks like this:
custom.client.applib.jaron the Oracle WebLogic Server as a shared library.
To do this: From the Oracle WebLogic Server Console, click Deployments and Install, navigate to the JAR file location, and deploy.
Figure D-1 shows the interface for restarting the Worklist Application.
Figure D-1 Stopping Worklist Application
Figure D-2 shows the Oracle WebLogic Server interface for restarting the Worklist Application.
Figure D-2 Restarting Worklist Application
Figure D-3 highlights the fields to specify.
Figure D-3 Setting Application Preferences
To be sure that your branding logo is retrieved, in the Branding Logo field, be sure to precede the file name of your logo with the path name