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Slawi (3) [Avatar] Offline
#1
Hi there,

i´m working actuall with jess to devolop an engine for a complex java application.
And i didn´t find a way how to call java-functions through jess engine

Detailed problem description:

- application contains many classes in different packages
- the functions i try to call are all in one package
-> healingsystem.jar (de.bmw.fut.ai.healingsystem)
- the function / class i want to call: de.bmw.fut.ai.healingsystem.RBInterface.swcmigrate()

i don´t know how to import this class into my jess-code smilie

i tried already to copy it into the jess folder without success...

i can call and start jess methods out of java and get results with the Rete class.. icould use these results to call java functions.. but it would be greater to call them directly with jess.
Slawi (3) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Re: Jess Package Import
Found the way how to realise it,
just included the package to the Classpath smilie
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