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Using the CaliberRM SDK with Eclipse/Netbeans

Using the CaliberRM SDK with Eclipse/Netbeans

To add the CaliberRM SDK to a project in Eclipse:

-Right click on your project and go to Build Path>Configure Build Path

-Click on the add external jars button.

-Browse to CaliberRM SDK folder (C:\Program Files (x86)\Borland\CaliberRM SDK 2008\lib)

-Import the CaliberRMSDK100.jar(2008SP1) or CaliberRMSDK101.jar(10.1) orCaliberRMSDK110(11.0)

Your project will now be ready for use with the CaliberRM SDK.

For Netbeans:

-Right click on the libraries folder of your project and click add jar

-Browse to the CaliberRM SDK directory C:\Program Files (x86)\Borland\CaliberRM SDK 2008\lib

-For Netbeans you will have to import each individual jar file contained in the lib folder of the SDK directory:

CaliberRMSDK100.jar/CaliberRMSDK101.jar/CaliberRMSDK110.jar

lm.jar

ss.jar

st-comutil.jar

Tidy.jar

vbjorb.jar

vbsec.jar

xalan.jar

xercesImpl.jar

xmlParserAPIs.jar

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