1. Getting started
2. Calling methods
3. Working with .NET Objects
4. Fields and Properties
5. Methods Arguments
6. Nested Types
7. Enums
8. Arrays and Collections
9. Embeding UI controls
10. Referencing libraries
11. Off-line activation
12. Events and Delegates
13. Disposing and Garabage Collection
14. .NET Configuration Files (AppConfig, WebConfig)
15. Exceptions, Debugging and Testing
16. Strongly-Typed Wrappers

    Activating javOnet

    Before using javOnet, you must first activate your licence. Your license can be activated in your code using static method activate

    To activate javOnet in your code

    Note: The “Javonet.activate(…)” method must be called before you use any other javOnet features.

    Example

    public static void main(String[] args) throws JavonetException { 
    	Javonet.activate("your@email.com", "YOUR-LICENSE-KEY", JavonetFramework.v40);
    	//Todo: Your javOnet powered application code 
    }

    Activation must be called only once at the start-up of your application. During the first activation, javOnet contacts our servers and generates a javonet.lic file in your application directory. All subsequent calls simply verify this file.

    Last argument of activate method allows you to specify which .NET framework version should be used by Javonet to load your DLLs. Higher frameworks are backward compatible. If you have .NET 4.5 installed you can run Javonet in JavonetFramework.v45 mode and use .NET 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5 DLLs. This argument is of com.javonet.JavonetFramework enum type.

    How to activate javOnet using a proxy?

    Starting with javOnet v1.3, the activation method allows for new optional arguments which can be used to configure Javonet to activate the license using a local proxy server.

    Using these new arguments proxy details, used by Javonet while performing activation, can be specified. Javonet supports any HTTP proxy:

    • Without authentication
    • With authentication
    • With authentication based on Active Directory accounts

    In environment where proxy settings are required to access internet these activate method overloads can be used:

    activate(String email, String licenceKey, String proxyHost, JavonetFramework framework);
    
    activate(String email, String licenceKey, String proxyHost, String proxyUsername, 
    String proxyPassword, JavonetFramework framework);
    
    activate(String email, String licenceKey, String proxyHost, String proxyUsername, 
    String proxyPassword, String proxyDomain, JavonetFramework framework);

    Specify the hostname and port or IP address in standard formats in the proxyHost field.

    • hostname:port
    • ip_address:port

    Note: In environments where proxy settings are required to access the Internet, use these activate method overloads:

    public static void main(String[] args) throws JavonetException {
    Javonet.activate("your@email.com","YOUR-LICENSE-KEY","myProxyServerHost:80", "proxyUserName", "proxyPassword", JavonetFramework.v40);
    //Todo: Your javOnet powered application code
    }
    Activating javOnet through an XML configuration file

    There are many benefits to activating and setting up javOnet using an XML configuration file. It simplifies distribution of your application to your team, lets you update the javOnet license more quickly, and avoids hardcoded activation details.

    During the first application use, javOnet searches for, and then automatically uses the XML configuration file to activate your application.

    Simply name the file “javonet.xml” and place it in the root directory of your Java application .

    Sample javOnet XML configuration file

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?>
    <javonet>
    <activation>
        <username>YOUR NAME</username>
        <email>your@email.com</email>
        <licencekey>YOUR-LICENSE-KEY</licencekey>
    </activation>
    <settings>
        <framework>v40</framework>
    </settings>
    </javonet>

    Starting with version 1.3, javOnet supports proxy settings for activations. These settings can be defined as activate method arguments or as an optional tag in your XML configuration file using the following syntax:

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?>
    <javonet>
    <activation>
          <username>YOUR NAME</username>
          <email>your@email.com</email>
          <licencekey>YOUR-LICENSE-KEY</licencekey>
          <proxy>
               <host>HOST_NAME:PORT</host>
               <username>OPTIONAL_USER_NAME</username>
               <password>OPTIONAL_USER_PASSWORD</password>
               <domain>OPTIONAL_USER_DOMAIN:PORT</domain>
          </proxy>
    </activation>
    <settings>
        <framework>v40</framework>
    </settings>
    </javonet>