Problem running GroupDocs.Annotation 3.1.0 for Java sample appplication

Last post 01-09-2017, 7:44 PM by Muhammad Amin. 3 replies.
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  •  01-09-2017, 1:27 PM 16431

    Problem running GroupDocs.Annotation 3.1.0 for Java sample appplication Java

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    Hi.

    I'm trying to  run the sample application with GropuDocs.Annotations 3.1.0. I cloned the source at https://github.com/groupdocs-lisbon/groupdocs-annotation-java-sample, installed the library with Maven (downloaded from http://downloads.groupdocs.com/annotation/java), but the example doesn't work. It seems I have to install more library files. When I run the command on run.cmd a problem occur like described on the attached log file.

    How can I solve this problem?

    Is there a tutorial to migrate my application from GroupDocs.Annotations 2.1.0 or 2.0.0 to version 3.1.0?
     
  •  01-09-2017, 1:32 PM 16432 in reply to 16431

    Re: Problem running GroupDocs.Annotation 3.1.0 for Java sample appplication

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    Well, I just notice that the application was expecting a license file on "Storage" folder. I removed that line to use GroupDocs on trial mode, and the app now runs some commands, and then fails at certain point. I attached the new log file with the errors that happened now.
     
  •  01-09-2017, 2:31 PM 16433 in reply to 16432

    Re: Problem running GroupDocs.Annotation 3.1.0 for Java sample appplication Java

    My objective is to create a viewer with annotation capabilities. Just like version 2.0.0 of GroupDocs.Annotations, does the version of GroupDocs Annotations 3.0.0 is a library dependent on GroupDocs.Viewer? Or do I need to download and the declare the library of GroupDocs.Viewer even if my app has GroupDocs.Annotations?

    Is there a example using GroupDocs.Viewer 3 or GroupDocs.Viewer with annnotations with the most recently version? My last application I was trying to build were with GroupDocs.Annotation with servlets and JSP infrastructure.
     
  •  01-09-2017, 7:44 PM 16439 in reply to 16433

    Re: Problem running GroupDocs.Annotation 3.1.0 for Java sample appplication Java

    Hello,

    Thank you for showing your interests in GroupDocs.Annotation for Java and posting your query.

    Let me answer your questions one by one:

    Just like version 2.0.0 of GroupDocs.Annotations, does the version of GroupDocs Annotations 3.0.0 is a library dependent on GroupDocs.Viewer? Or do I need to download and the declare the library of GroupDocs.Viewer even if my app has GroupDocs.Annotations?

    As GroupDocs.Viewer for Java is a completely different API from GroupDocs.Annotation for Java and both have different purposes so you can not get all of the functionalities of GroupDocs.Viewer in GroupDocs.Annotaion for Java,

    However for the purpose of displaying documents in application GroupDocs.Annotation offers AnnotationImageHandler  and PageImage classes which can be used to display a document in the form of images, you can also use ImageOptions for displaying a specific page or applying different option on the rendered images.

    Is there a example using GroupDocs.Viewer 3 or GroupDocs.Viewer with annnotations with the most recently version?

    As I have described earlier GroupDocs.Annotation for Java and GroupDocs.Viewer for Java are two different APIs, but GroupDocs.Annotation can render documents in the form of images so, we have a front end project using Servlets in which we implemented the image rendering capability of GroupDocs.Annotation for Java for the purpose of displaying document in the form of images.

    Since it is an alpha release of the project so you may not find all of the annotation capabilities but hopefully you will find your desired functionality of rendering documents.

    You can download the showcase project for GroupDocs.Annotation for Java using Servlets from the link below:

    GroupDocs.Annotation for Java Showcase - GroupDocs.Annotation for Java using Servlets

    Hope this clears things up for you.

    Best Wishes.

    Muhammad Amin

    Support Developer
    GroupDocs Support Team
    http://groupdocs.com
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