Does anyone know how I can obtain the JAR file for the ExecutionUtil class?
Hey Mua.. I could not see your Email ID, probably its masked due to the forum's restrictions.
However am making use of Adam's tip to use advanced editor to add the attachment here. Hopefully this jar file contains the ExecutionUtil. Kindly try and confirm.
Also as Adam suggested going forward using Local atom will be a wise thing as you may not know how many jar files more you need and also Local atom has lot of flexibility especially when you are trying to interact with on-premise applications or those behind the firewall.
And sorry that I got held up a bit and could not respond with the file immediately.
Hope this file is helpful.
Any reason why you might require the JAR file for ExecutionUtil ? Are you trying to access the methods of this class? If yes, you can directly do so by adding the import statement in the Groovy Script like this:
I'd like to have it for my local development in Eclipse.
I think the ExecutionUtil might be part of Boomi Util library which is boomi-util.jar.
You can find all the Boomi supplied jar files in the Atom installation directory BoomiAtomSphere/<local-atom>/lib folder.
Just try if boomi-util.jar file works out for you.
Thanks for your quick response, Santosh. Unfortunately, we don't have a local installed Atom instance. So, I don't have access to the filesystem. If you have it and if its not too big, can you please forward it to me?
I could not find any option to attach a file in this thread. If you can let me know your mail-ID I can send it to you.
my email id is:
Innocent Mua - First, be advised these are publicly-accessible forums so please use caution when posting your email address.
Second, if you're looking to do development in Eclipse I would recommend including ALL the atom's libraries in your classpath so you'll be working with the same libraries and versions as when executing with the atom. If you want just install a local atom on your desktop and copy or reference the jars. However you might want to have a local atom anyway if you develop complex scripts so you can take advantage of remote debugging in Eclipse. See Testing GroovyOutside AtomSphere
Santosh Gunasekaran - For future reference you should be able to add attachments in replies by switching to advanced editor: in the upper right corner of the reply click Use advanced editor.
Hi Adam, Thanks for your tip. I wasn't aware the forum is publicly accessible. Will take note.
About the local Atom instance, that's a great idea. But unfortunately we have a very complex authorization hierarchy here to get permission to get that setup. Anyway, i'll give it a try. At the moment, i'll just take advantage of Santosh attachments.
Santosh, I'm still waiting for the files. Did you send it? Thanks.
Thanks Adam for the tip. That worked!!
Sounds great, Santosh.
I download the jar file you attached and the
com.boomi.execution.ExecutionUtil is not in there
I don't have a local atom
anyone got the right jar file?
p.s. don't let the name fool you. I do Groovy inside this eclipse module as well
ExecutionUtil is contained in container-execution.jar.
I would strongly recommend you install a local Atom even if only temporarily for the sole purpose of obtaining these jars.
my clients don't have local atoms
Could you load the jar as an attachment?
I basically consider installing a local atom as a prerequisite for advanced custom scripting performed in an external IDE. You will inevitably want to set up remote debugging to help troubleshoot all but the most basic scripts.
I would prefer to avoid attaching libraries statically here because they will change over time. I would recommend you install a local atom on your own machine to obtain the latest jars and provide to your client as necessary.
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