Installing the Catalog API
This topic describes how you can install the Catalog API.
When you install Designer, you install the Catalog API at the same time. After installation, you have the following components in
- log4j-api-2.17.2.jar, log4j-core-2.17.2.jar, log4j-slf4j-impl-2.17.2.jar, and slf4j-api-1.7.36.jar (for the Logi Report logging system)
- sac-1.3.jar (for installing the Catalog API with the Design API)
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You can get the Catalog API class in the report.jar archive file. You need to take the following steps before you can compile and run the program.
- Set the CLASSPATH environment variable. Append the following string to your class path that starts the Catalog API (make sure the path of JREngine.jar is before that of report.jar):
- In your Java program, you must set the licensed user and Design API license key.
DesignerUserInfo userInfo=new DesignerUserInfo("UID","Design API Key");
- Set the reporthome parameter to the root path of Designer. You can set this in your environment or with the
-Dreporthomeoption to your JVM.
Logi Report Server also includes the Catalog API. If you prefer to use the libraries from Server, include
<server_install_root>\lib\JRESServlets.jar in your class path instead of report.jar. You then need to use the Server Design API license key rather than the Design API license key.
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