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JavaSide
========

Add java support for jruby on rails.

 - maven support: third party jar dependency management, java class
 - spring support: springframework added, xml load......
 - warbler compatible: you can use "warble" command to build your war

Installation
=============

rails plugin install git://github.com/fsword/java_side.git


Maven Support
=============
If you want to add a third-party java library, you just modify the pom file:

$ vim $RAILS_ROOT/java/pom.xml

Then run the task: rake java_side:jars

The jar files will be put to the $RAILS_ROOT/java/jars and will be loaded when rails booting automatically. It also be packaged when you execute the warbler task


Springframework Support
=======================

- Add support

1.modify config/application.rb, and add a line like that:

  class Application < Rails::Application
    ...
    config.spring = true
    ...
  end

2.check java/pom.xml to make sure it has springframework's dependency(it has added by default pom.xml).
3.run the task: rake java_side:jars

- Usage

You can use get_bean function on your model, like this:

class User < ActiveRecord::Base
  def doSth
    get_bean('your_bean_id').invokeTheService
    ...
  end
end

If you want to use your bean on other place, just include JavaSide::Spring:

  Loading development environment (Rails 3.0.6)
  jruby-1.5.6 :001 > include JavaSide::Spring
  => Object 
  jruby-1.5.6 :002 > x = get_bean 'your_bean_id'
  => #<Java::......:0x496d864e>
  jruby-1.5.6 :003 > x.invokeTheService
  => ......

Ignoration
==========
You can ignore this plugin by set environment - 

  $ IGNORE_JAVA_SIDE=true rails c
  java_side is ignored
  Loading development environment (Rails 3.0.6)
  jruby-1.5.6 :001 > 


Copyright (c) 2010 fsword, released under the MIT license
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