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Table Of Contents

1.1 Overview
1.1.1 Organization Profile
1.2 The Impact of Custom Transformations
Software Requirements Specification
2.1 Java CT SDK
2.1.1 High level requirements
2.1.2.1 CT C layer
2.1.2.2 CT C++ layer
2.1.3 Required Enhancements in other layers
2.1.3.1 PowerConnect SDK buffer classes
2.1.3.2 CT C++ layer
2.1.4 Java layer user metadata
2.1.4.2 Locating the Jar/Class files at run time
2.1.5 Generate Code option in the designer
2.1.6 Metadata Interfaces
2.1.6.1 ICTWidget
2.1.6.2 ICTWidgetInstance
2.1.6.3 IWidget
2.1.7 Runtime Interfaces
2.1.7.1 PCTPlugin
2.1.7.2 PCTPluginDriver
2.1.7.3 PCTTransformationDriver
2.1.7.4 PCTPartitionDriver
2.1.7.5 Multiple run time threads
2.1.7.6 IInputBuffer
2.1.7.7 IoutputBuffer
2.1.7.8 IbufferInit
2.2 New Exception Classes
2.2.1 InvalidRowColIndexException
2.2.2 DataTruncatedException
2.2.3 ConversionFailedException
2.2.4 UnsupportedConversionException
2.3 Deprecating existing CT APIs
Design Specifications
3.1 Design Overview
3.2 Modules server needs to loads
3.3 Invoking Java Methods Through C++
3.3.1 Message Logging
3.3.2 Exceptions handling
3.3.3. Threads And Attaching JVM
3.3.4 Caching of method ids
3.3.5 Interfaces for invoking Java methods from C++
3.3.5.1 JCTPluginDriver
3.3.5.2 JCTClassdriver
3.3.5.3 JCTTransformation
3.3.5.4 JCTPartition
3.3.5.5 JCTInputBuffer
3.3.5.6 JCTOutputBuffer
3.4 SERVER SIDE CHANGES
3.5.1.2 Iwidget
3.5.1.3 ICTWidget
3.5.1.4 ICTWidgetInstance
3.6 CLIENT SIDE UI & TEMPLATE GENERATION
3.6.1 Choosing language for CT
3.6.2 Generate code for CT
3.6.3 Template Upgrade
3.6.4 Validation
3.7 DEPENDENCIES
INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT
4.1 Java Transformation (JTX)
4.2 External Software Requirements
4.3 CLIENT FUNCTIONALITY
4.4 Working with JTX
4.4.1 Passive JTX
4.4.2 Active JTX
4.4.3 Accessing the input data and setting the output data
4.4.4 Default values for input ports
4.4.5 Default values for output ports
4.4.6 Default values for IO ports
4.5 APIs callable in JTX Transformation’s Code
4.6 Java Syntax Highlighting
4.6.1 Generating Java Byte Code
4.6.2 Compilation Errors
4.6.4 Adding/deleting groups
4.6.5 Validating port names
4.6.6 Adding/deleting ports
4.6.7 Saving the JTX Transformation
4.6.8 PowerCenter Partition Support
4.6.9 Java Transformation Validation
4.8 REPOSITORY FUNCTIONALITY
4.8.1 Object I/E using PowerCenter
4.10 INSTALLATION FUNCTIONALITY
4.10.1 Client installation
4.10.2 Repository Installation
4.10.3 Server Installation
Limitations and Future Improvements
5.1 Importing an existing class
5.1.1 Testing/Debugging the Java Byte Code Generated
5.1.2 Debugging Support using stub code generation
5.1.3 Complete Code View
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Java Custom Transformations

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