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From "Mike Wong" <mike.ym.w...@finepoint.com.hk>
Subject RE: embedd a component in another
Date Fri, 04 Jan 2008 13:34:09 GMT
Have a check on this "applications/ecommerce/webapp/ecomclone", this may


-----Original Message-----
From: Olaf Lüke [mailto:Olaf.Lueke@Bertelsmann.de] 
Sent: Thursday, January 03, 2008 17:21
To: user@ofbiz.apache.org
Subject: Re: embedd a component in another

The mondrian component itself works fine allready, but what is the best way
to access it from another component? is it possible to configure the
controller.xml from the frontend component in a way, that it renders a jsp
from the mondrian component and shows it? I cant find any hints in the
documentation for this.

cjhowe wrote:
> Jacopo recently added the olap functionality to OFBiz in the special
> purpose folder.  I gave instructions on how to incorporate openI last
> year that uses mondrian
> but to answer your question, the easiest place to put your customized
> component is in the hot-deploy folder.  It will automatically get
> loaded provided it has an ofbiz-component.xml file in the root of the
> component.
> --- Olaf Lüke <Olaf.Lueke@Bertelsmann.de> wrote:
>> Hallo,
>> I wrote a component that can render me an olap table using mondrian
>> with a
>> customized jpivot. this component should be independent from all
>> other
>> components, so the olap support can be enabled/disabled easily. What
>> is the
>> best way to embedd this component in the main component?
>> I am new to ofbiz and a little bit puzzled by the huge amount of
>> configuration files.
>> To make this clear, there is something like
>> applications/frontend/...
>> and
>> applications/mondrian/...
>> and i want to embedd things from mondrina/ (which does have an own
>> webapp
>> and so on) in frontend.
>> cheers,
>> Olaf
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