David Adler wrote:
> We are building a DB2 plug-in for GeoTools which has dependencies on
> DB2 JDBC classes. To address licensing issues, we've created a file
> db2jcc_dummy.jar with the needed classes/methods that can be used for
> build purposes.
> The GeoTools developer guide under "How to add a 3rd party jar" says
> to upload the jar to lists.refractions.net with the statement "This is
> a webdev folder, you can use your subversion name and password to gain
> access ".
> What is a "webdev folder" and how do I actually do this? Can I do it
> via normal ftp?
webdev is its own protocol, if you are on windows it is as easy as
adding a new location under "my network places" a wizard will walk you
through the required steps. Apparently it is also easy when using red
Just to check do you have a subversion username/password or will you
need a me to upload the file for you?
> Similar directories have a <name>.jar.md5 file as well. Is this
> needed and how is it created?
md5 is a checksum used by many platforms, you can download a program to
generate these from the web.