File APIs for Java Developers
Manipulate DOC, XLS, PPT, PDF and many others from your application.
http://aspose.com/file-tools
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plz help me on this..

 
Jack Daniel
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Hi e'body,

You guys have to help me on this; google could not get me to anywhere

I am presently working on a project (created by somebody else) and i get into some new things
* Struts
* Log4j
* Castor
* Hibernate
(all together immersed in one project)
my gosh.. confuses me pretty much; but liking to learn all the stuff..

one thing i came across is classes (like EnvironmentManager) from

which i have deduced is from " etsutils.jar "

I get totally lost on where this jar file is from, so that I can look over some documentation about these classes and I just could not trace..
i need to look over javadoc for this jar file...
I am definite it is from some open source stuff...
it makes no sense to me, on what it is doing without any documentation...!!

If anybody has come across the above mentioned package OR jar file, you can definitely help me..

I really appreciate your help in this matter;
thx guys
 
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Hi Prashant Kakani,

Hibernate packages all start with net.sf.hibernate
Castor packages all start org.exolab.castor
Log4J packages all start org.apache.log4j
Struts packages all start org.apache.struts

Conclusion: it's something else.

I've no idea what and, as you say, a quick search of the web bears no fruit. I guess it's some third party API written by the owners of the ets.com domain (no website). Is it definitely not just a part of your app? I hope you have the javadoc and/or the source!

Jules
 
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Strangely these guys own the domain ... nice site but ... where did you get that code from...???!!!

Jules
 
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Hi Julian,

Thanks for your reply; but i neither have the source code nor the javadoc; I have a " etsutils.jar " JAR file, which has the classes;
I will try to see if I can catch hold of the programmer who wrote the code for this project; he is working in another company now...

If not possible, jump on to some de-compiler and see, if it helps..
(DJ Java DeCompiler is pretty good)

 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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