Do you mean using a custom Java object (with getters and setters) that you can use in your workflow?
yes.. i need to access a java bean object(getter- setter methods) in a process. Let me know, if this is possible in workbench.
Scenario: The process is getting the needed values as variables. Need to set them in a java bean object which is customised.
To get one of your own objects into a LiveCycle process (so you can create a process variable of your type) you will need to create a custom component. Custom components allow you to create both services and java objects that can be accessed by LiveCycle.
In this case you would wrap your java object in a jar file that includes a component.xml file (this tells LC how to use your code). If you include a <data-type> entry for your objects then you will be able to create variables of your objects type.
I wrote a couple of articles on creating custom components that may help: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/livecycle/articles/dsc_development_pt2.html
thanks for replying... I read the articles, they are really helpful and solving my purpose... I will try with them..
Thanks and Regards
I tried creating a jar file... but I am facing problem, when trying to install the component.. Its throwing error and giving message as check eclipse log files...
I am not sure whether, I am creating jar correctly or not? Please, let me know, what are the files need to b checked for creating jar...
n is thr any other way of deploying jar...
What's the message from the Eclipse log?