Using the OOoBean
The Java class
OOoBean can be instantiated directly, or application classes can be derived from this class. If a real Java Bean is to be created, which for example can be used in Java Bean UI builders, it has to be subclassed. The application class then might use the UNO bootstrapping mechanism to find the
OOoBean, OpenOffice.org and its API classes. This mechanism is not built into
OOoBean itself because it can not be used to find itself. And once the
OOoBean class has been found, you intrinsically also find the OpenOffice.org installation and the API classes.
A standard OpenOffice.org is a prerequisite. The OpenOffice.org executable, as well as the UNO libraries and runtime, is found using the Java Class Loader. Moving or copying the needed class files will not result in a working
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