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MapItems extension


    1  Adding the extension for the Swing framework
    2  Adding the extension for the JavaFX framework
    3  Notes

The Server manage natively map widgets. However, the renderers for the MapItems for both the Swing and JavaFX UI framework are not present in the Swing or JavaFX Server implementations and must be added as an extension[1] .

Adding the extension for the Swing framework

The renderers for the Swing MapItems implementations are in the mapSymbols.jar file. You should add this file in the extensions property in the configuration properties file. For example:

      graphics=DefGraphics.xml
      pictures=DefPictures.xml
      ui=LookAndFeel.xml
      lf=JavaFX
      supplement=6
      serverInputPort=8080
      serverOutputPort=8081
      serverInputSize=50000
      serverOutputSize=200
      server.autoVisible=true
      logServerArea=true
      server.menus=true
      server.uiCombo=true
      logMaximumLines=10
      extensions=mapSymbols.jar

Adding the extension for the JavaFX framework

The renderers for the JavaFX MapItems implementations are in the jfxMaps.jar file. You should add this file in the extensions property in the configuration properties file. For example:

      graphics=DefGraphics.xml
      pictures=DefPictures.xml
      ui=LookAndFeel.xml
      lf=JavaFX
      supplement=6
      serverInputPort=8080
      serverOutputPort=8081
      serverInputSize=50000
      serverOutputSize=200
      server.autoVisible=true
      logServerArea=true
      server.menus=true
      server.uiCombo=true
      logMaximumLines=10
      extensions=jfxMaps.jar

Notes

  1. Note that the Client does not need these extensions, because it doe not need to have a rendering implementation for widgets

See Also


Category: extensions Category: maps Category: user

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