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--- On Thu, 5/9/13, Regina Henschel <> wrote:

Hi Vieri,

Vieri schrieb:

I'm new to making Java macros. I compiled my Java
class, created the
parcel-descriptor.xml file and
placed the .xml, .jar and .class files within the following
folders I
also created:


C:\Program Files\LibreOffice 4.0\share\Scripts\java\MACRO1

When I re-launch LO and go to Macros-> Run Macros, I
don't see my
MACRO1 java macro under "My Macros" or "LibreOffice

Why is that? Shouldn't I at least see the listing?

Do you have used Tools > Macros > Organize Macros >
BeanShell... to add it?

Thanks Regina.
I didn't need to use BeanShell.
I edited the parcel descriptor xml file directly.

I finally found out why I wasn't seeing the macro (or at least I think so). I needed to create my 
class within "default package" (I'm using NetBeans IDE).

I'm able to launch my Java macros now.


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