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Developing Productions with Java Business Services and Operations
Generating and Configuring the Java Business Hosts
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This section describes how to generate Java Business Hosts from jar files that contain one or more classes that implement com.intersystems.gateway.bh.BusinessService or com.intersystems.gateway.bh.BusinessOperation. To generate these hosts:
  1. Add the Java Business Hosts initiator to a new or existing production.
  2. If necessary, configure the settings on the initiator.
  3. Use the Java Business Hosts Management Portal page to select a jar file.
  4. Fill in the fields on the page.
  5. Generate the host.
Once you have generated the hosts, you can add them to the production containing the initiator using the Production Configuration page, specify the settings for each host, and enable the hosts to run your production. See First Look: Connecting Systems in InterSystems IRIS Using Java Business Hosts for step-by-step instructions for this procedure.
If when you select the jar file on the Java Business Hosts page you get the The selected file does not contain any classes which can be imported as a java business host. Try selecting a different jar file. error, the problem may be one of the following: