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Opalis Quick Integration Kit > Objects > Monitor Java

Monitor Java
The Invoke Java object executes a Java class with properties that you specify and will provide Monitoring capabilities to trigger workflows.
Note: You must install Java Standard Edition 5 (or higher) on the Action Server that will run this object before using it.
Note: If the Client and Action Server are running on different computers, you must put the Java library that you want to invoke from this object on both the Client computer AND the Action Server computer.
Class Information tab
Type the name of the library that you are invoking, or click the ellipsis button (...) and browse for it.
Type the name of the class that you are invoking, or click the ellipsis button (...) and browse for it.
If your library and class depend on a configuration that you created using the Options > Invoke Java menu (see Configuring Prerequisites), type the name of the configuration, or click the ellipsis button (...) and browse for it.
Properties tab
When you provide a class name in the Class field, the properties for that class appear in the Properties field. Type the values for each property.
Note: If your class contains a password property, text that you type for the password property is disguised. You can use alpha-numeric characters or Published Data items in password property fields, but you cannot use both in the same property.
Filters tab
You will use filters that you create with custom criteria to filter items. Perform the following for each filter that you want to create:
Click Add. The Select Filter dialog appears.
From the Name drop-down list, select the name of the event field that you want to use.
Select options from the Relation field.
Type or select the Value that is being compared against.
Click OK.
Available Published Data
This object only creates Published Data items from items in your methods that include the declaration “OpalisOutput”. By default, the Published Data items take the name of the method. For example, if you used the Invoke Java object to create a service with a method called “getMinimum”, the Published Data item that would appear in subsequent objects would be called {Minimum from “Invoke Java”} (The object removes the “get” prefix). To assign your own name to Published Data items, provide a name in the OpalisOutput declaration in your code.
Common Published Data

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