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Can i use Warewolf for non-dotnet stack?

Anonymous 2 years ago • updated by Genie 1 year ago 3

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Can i use Warewolf for non-dotnet stack?

Antoni

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Hi,


We currently do not directly support JAVA libraries. You could expose you JAVA methods as webservices and then consume those in Warewolf.


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Hi,


Thanks for the question. Not sure on the use case you are trying to achieve so if you can give more detail I will be able to better answer your question. However what I can tell you is that even though Warewolf is built on .Net, the webservices exposed by it can be accessed by any system that can make and process HTTP web requests.


Hope this helps.


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Hi Genie,

For example I have to use image processing library, written by java without public API. (JAR/WAR archive)

All public API begin and ends in public method crop(Binary data, x, y, z).

And I just want make from this library service and deploy to Warewolf shared.

Can i do it? Or cal i reuse this library in microservice?


Thank you for the answer.

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Hi,


We currently do not directly support JAVA libraries. You could expose you JAVA methods as webservices and then consume those in Warewolf.


Thanks