[vbox-dev] vboxjmscom.jar version 4.3
klaus.espenlaub at oracle.com
Mon May 12 14:29:23 UTC 2014
On 12.05.2014 11:40, Federica Renzi wrote:
> I really need file vboxjmscom.jar version 4.3. Could someone share it
> with me?
Doubt that anyone can share it. I've tried to trigger the build of this
piece of code, and it failed. From the looks this hasn't been built in
quite a while, and there has been some bit rot. Trying to get this fixed
in the next days.
> I'd be grateful :-)
Using the java webservice bindings should be at least a short term
workaround. The webservice can be configured to accept only requests
from the local system, and in the extreme case without any
authentication (i.e. rather similar to vboxjmscom.jar). The whole point
behind the java glue binding is that the same client code can be used
with vboxjxpcom/vboxjws/vboxjmscom (once the latter is working again).
> 2014-05-06 16:17 GMT+02:00 Federica Renzi <renzi.fede at gmail.com
> <mailto:renzi.fede at gmail.com>>:
> Thanks for answer, Klaus!
> I'm really sorry but I didn't find the vboxjmscom.jar in SDK package.
> I found vboxjxpcom.jar in sdk/bindings/xpcom/java/ but not
> I guess I need the second one in Windows7 platform, isn't it?
> 2014-05-06 14:55 GMT+02:00 Klaus Espenlaub
> <klaus.espenlaub at oracle.com <mailto:klaus.espenlaub at oracle.com>>:
> Hi Federica,
> On 03.05.2014 19:17, Federica Renzi wrote:
> > Hi everyone,
> > I'm trying to write some code with VirtualBox sdk: would like
> to control
> > my Vbox on a Windows7 machine using Java over COM ("java
> glue"). To
> > implement that I need a vboxjmscom.jar-file which exactly
> matches the
> > version of VirtualBox I use.
> It needs to match reasonably precisely (i.e. if you want to talk to
> VirtualBox 4.3 then don't try with a jar file for 4.2), but an
> absolutely correct match shouldn't be necessary.
> > I read that the only way to get it, it's build VirtualBox
> source code
> > with following options
> > CLASSPATH=some_where/jacob.jar
> > VBOX_WITH_JMSCOM=1
> Huh? There is no need to build the VirtualBox source code to get
> file. It's part of the VirtualBox SDK which is rather easy to get.
> The SDK contains sample code which works on all supported
> platforms and
> can serve as a starting point.
> > I really hope to escape all the trouble so....is there some
> other way to
> > get it? Or is there someone who could share that library with me?
> > Any help is appreciated!
> Just grab the latest SDK package for whatever VirtualBox release you
> want to control. No idea where you found the very outdated
> > --
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