Configuring the Office Bean

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The OfficeBean

The fundamental framework of the Office Bean is contained in the officebean.jar archive file that depends on a local library officebean.dll or, depending on the platform. The interaction between the backend Apache OpenOffice process, officebean local library, Office Bean and the Java environment is shown in the illustration below.

The Office Bean allows the developer to connect to and communicate with the Apache OpenOffice process through a named pipe. It also starts up a Apache OpenOffice instance if it cannot connect to a running office. This is implemented in the Office Bean local library. The Office Bean depends on three configuration settings to make this work. It has to find the local library, needs the location of the Apache OpenOffice executable, and the bean and office must know the pipe name to use.

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