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Topic: Registering libfdftk.so file in Websphere on AIX
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 58910
From: Mero
Date: 5/29/2002 05:35 PM

Hi,

I have been writing Java code to populate forms with customized data using the servlets on the FDF toolkit. I am using the Domino Servlet Engine on Windows NT currently which work fine, but my company has required running the servlet on a Websphere Application Server on AIX. Since AIX does not accept dlls, I probably need to use ".so" files to use the shared libraries that the toolkit provides. I then downloaded the fdf toolkit for UNIX and got a file called libfdftk.so out of there and placed it on my AIX server. Where do I go from there? How do I get the servlets to recognize that file? Don't know hardly anything about AIX or how to tell Websphere to use that file as a shared library file. Thanks.

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