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Hi :)
I'm not certain but something like this?

1.  Make a copy of the file
2.  Rename the file-ending from .odt to .zip
3.  double-click on the file

(note that some users, usually on Gnu&Linux  can simply right click on the file and choose "Open 
With ..." to choose "Archive Manager", or WinZip/WinRar or whatever you use to compress files)  

Now you can see files and folders inside the document.  I'm guessing you can just create the folder 
you want, drop the macro in and then change the file-ending again back to Odt this time.  

Errr, the reason for making a copy is that i'm not convinced this is going to work so you'll need 
to be able to go back to the original if it really messes things up.
Regards from 
Tom :)  

From: Vieri <>
Sent: Wednesday, 15 May 2013, 10:25
Subject: [libreoffice-users] deploy java macro with document


I'd like to deploy a compiled Java macro with an ODT document.

According to
If you want to deploy the macro to a document you need to place it in a Scripts/java directory 
within the document zip file. 
What does that mean exactly?

I tried the following:
I saved the ODT file within a subdir and placed my Java macro (and descriptor file) within 
If I load the document and go to Tools->Macros->Run macros, I can't see my Java macro under the 
"document" tree.

What am I doing wrong?

Eventually I'd like to store my odt + java macros within a webdav directory so that the dir 
structure would be something like this:

Clients would open the ODT files like this:

soffice -o

I can't seem to load the Java macro in my webdav setup but I'd first like to see if I can load it 
in my "local" setup.



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