I have used shared project in IJC and familiar with its functionality.
I would like to share my project to my team who sits away from my work location, for eg: I work from place A & I would like to share my project to people working from Place B).. Would it be possible to do this using IJC share project. Please suggest.
Thanks for the reply.
Could you please help me further with this?
I have a project created in IJC with derby database operating from Hyderabad & this has to be shared to my team in Belgium. Do I need to place the project folder & IJP file to the FTP server , inorder to make belgium team see the project or is there any other possibility to share this? Please suggest.
I'm really sorry that I forgot to reply in time. I think you are familiar with creating shared projects and deploying Java Web Start, but anyway let me shortly summarize the whole proces.
- Create a shared project from an open one from File -> Create Shared Projects... It's described on this help page https://www.chemaxon.com/instantjchem/ijc_latest/docs/admin/project_deploy.html.
- Created IJP and ZIP file must be deployed on an available location: It can be http server or local file is possible. I did not test this with ftp, thought it could be possible with certain restriction, ie. allowed anonnymous login with no password.
- JWS must be deployed for an easy access of deployed project, https://www.chemaxon.com/instantjchem/ijc_latest/docs/admin/jws_deploy.html.
- Edit the master jnlp file, add startup opnion --openUrl set to your shared project location ftp://server/configuration.ijp. Then project is automatically deployed when running master.jnlp file. https://www.chemaxon.com/instantjchem/ijc_latest/docs/admin/startup_options.html.
- Shared project can be deployed also manually from File -> Open Shared Projects... then steps 3 and 4 are not necessary. You have to type in the dialog whole address together with the protocol prefix like http:// or file://.
My suggestion is to place it to a http server. Please let us know if you have further questions or if any step described here is not clear.