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On 05/15/2013 05:25 AM, Vieri wrote:

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

Can you do that? You can do this with JavaScript, but Java, really? I had no idea.

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?

Oh, yuck, feels dangerous. I know that Mr. Davies commented on this, so I will not expound on what he said, but, if you unzip your document and then start manually creating things and then re-zip the file, that feels rather arduous.

I can't help but wonder if there is a way to access the internal storage structures directly do to this from a macro (which still would be ugly).

If you do make this work, I am interested to hear about it.

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.



Andrew Pitonyak
My Macro Document:

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