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MobileFabric on premises

Question asked by Abdulaziz Ibrahim on Mar 13, 2017 03:04 EDT

I’m using MobileFabric (7.2.0.0) on premises and I have imported my JAVA services through Kony Visualizer Enterprise (7.2.1).  

  1. In the service definition tab, how can I delete a JAR from the dependent JARs list? There is only the option to unlink the JAR but no way to delete it.
  2. When I make changes to a service definition (selecting the connector JAR, unlink some dependent JARS) then save my changes and publish. Later when I login to the console I find the service reverted to the previous state (my changes are not saved!).

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Its working fine for me on 7.2 local MF console.

I have attached my MF project in which its working fine.

Can you please import this project , unlink the jar ,save and publish.After the publish just check whether your changes are there or not.

Just want to check whether its happening only for your MF project or all the MF projects in your console?

Replied by: Mar 13, 2017 04:22 EDT
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Thank you Pavan for your reply.

Yes I noticed that when I create Java services through the console directly I don't face issue #2. It happens when I import them through the Visulazier!

What about deleting the JARs. Is there any way to do it? 

Best Regards,

Replied by: Mar 13, 2017 08:43 EDT
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I think currently there is no option to delete the jar

Replied by: Mar 13, 2017 09:02 EDT
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Hello Abdul Aziz,

 

We will have jar delete option is now available in 7.3 release of Mobile Fabric. Consume this version to get the jar delete option.

Refer the below release notes for details.

http://docs.kony.com/konylibrary/mobilefabric/kony_mobilefabric_user_guide/Default.htm#JAR_Management.htm

 

 

Thank You,

Arif

 

Replied by: Apr 10, 2017 15:20 EDT