AR System Java Driver 7.1 Source code & build instructions

    AR System Java API Driver program (Version 7.1)

    Although AR System 7.1 Server installation includes the Java Driver
    program as source, unfortunately it does not include a couple of necessary files
    in its distribution. Hence, users cannot build or run this program using the
    provided source code. This download includes those missing files along with all
    necessary Java Driver files, a simple ant build script as well as an eclipse
    project.

    INSTALLATION STEPS

    • Extract the javadriver-src-71.jar into your prefered file system directory.
        For example, into your AR System Server installation directory as follows:
           <ARServerInstallDir>\ARServer\Api\JavaDriver71
        Let us call this directory <JavaDriverHome>.
    • Copy all JAR files from <ARServerInstallDir>\ARServer\Api\Lib\*.jar to
        <JavaDriverHome>. This will allow your eclipse project to pick up the
        arapi71.jar easily.
        [http://Alternatively, you could simply extract javadriver-src-71.jar into your lib
        directory itself. Or, define Eclipse classpath Variable pointing at your lib
        dir, etc. Simply copying the AR API related JAR files into the Java Driver
        folder is the easiest, albeit the disk space for duplicate files.|http://Alternatively, you could simply extract javadriver-src-71.jar into your lib
        directory itself. Or, define Eclipse classpath Variable pointing at your lib
        dir, etc. Simply copying the AR API related JAR files into the Java Driver
        folder is the easiest, albeit the disk space for duplicate files.]


    To run Java Driver

    - Open a command prompt
    - Change directory to your <JavaDriverHome>
    - Type &quot;javadriver.bat&quot; and press Enter.


    To build

    - Open a command prompt.
    - Change directory to your <JavaDriverHome>
    - Type &quot;ant&quot; and press Enter.


    To use Eclipse Project

    - Open Eclipse; choose your workspace.
    - Choose File -> Import -> Existing Projects from File System
    - Browse to the <JavaDriverHome> directory. JavaDriver project should get detected by Eclipse.
    - Select it & choose OK.
    - Build the project, and you should be able to debug/run com.bmc.arsys.demo.JavaDriver.


    TROUBLESHOOTING

    - Ensure the AR System Java APIs native library dependencies are found in the PATH.