IBM Integration Bus, Version 9.0.0.8 Operating Systems: AIX, HP-Itanium, Linux, Solaris, Windows, z/OS

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Creating a Java project

Java™ projects are used in the IBM® Integration Toolkit to contain Java object classes.

To create a Java project in the Integration Development perspective, complete the following steps:

  1. Click File > New > Other. A window opens in which you can select a wizard.
  2. Expand Java, select Java Project, and click Next. The New Java Project wizard opens.
  3. Enter a name for your data design project, and then click Finish. The Open associated perspective dialog is displayed.
  4. Click No. Your Java project is created, and is displayed in the Application Development view, under Independent resources.
Before you can use your Java project in a messaging solution, you must complete one of the following tasks: After you include your Java Project in an application, library, or integration project, you can complete the following task:

bc40813_.htm | Last updated Friday, 21 July 2017