09-29-2009 12:02 PM
However, when they are other types, such as Array(), this is more difficult. In fact, the Object is no longer usable because it's type isn't available in the SDK (it's ESObjectWrapper). It seems that it has all the data there, but wrapped up in some other form that isn't accessible. Through some debugging, I can see that the data is all there.
Thanks for any help. I realize 5.0 is still beta, and so some items might change.
09-30-2009 02:13 AM
Along these lines, anyone have any luck using the construct() method of ScriptableFunction?
I haven't had any luck with that and I'm not sure how I'm supposed to return allocated objects. Does it convert Java objects? Or am I returning some other type?
09-30-2009 01:07 PM
Alright, I can use the construct() method of ScriptableFunction to return a basic Java Object, such as String or Integer.
(I also seem to be just talking to myself here. If anyone else has information on this, please feel free to post. Thanks!)
10-02-2009 04:41 AM
I was going to suggest you try the Browser forum, but don't know enough to be sure that is a good idea.
Oldies like me are struggling with the concept of being able to run the Browser in a Java app anyway, without worrying about the finer details of it. That is why I'm reading, I'm hoping to learn!
11-12-2010 07:30 AM
I know this is a very old thread, but I'd be interested in how to access the data inside of an ESObjectWrapper object as well.
Why is this not documented anywhere?!