Components and Services Java API Quick Start (SOAP)

Java API Quick Start(SOAP) is available for components and services.

Quick Start (SOAP mode): Deploying a component using the Java API

Quick Start (SOAP mode): Setting the execution context of a service using the Java API

Quick Start (SOAP mode): Disabling service security using the Java API

Quick Start (SOAP mode): Starting a service using the Java API

Quick Start (SOAP mode): Modifying a services configuration values using the Java API

Quick Start (SOAP mode): Removing components using the Java API

AEM Forms operations can be performed using the AEM Forms strongly-typed API and the connection mode should be set to SOAP.

NOTE

You cannot programmatically manipulate components and services by using web services.

NOTE

Quick starts located in Programming with AEM forms are based on the Forms server being deployed on JBoss and the Windows operating system. However, if you are using another operating system, such as Unix, replace windows specific paths with paths supported by the applicable operating system. Likewise, if you are using another J2EE application server, then ensure that you specify valid connection properties. See Setting connection properties.

NOTE

If you have a custom component and you are using SOAP or EJB protocols to invoke DSCs on the same local server, and those invocations stop working after an upgrade, then use in-VM (DSC_IN_VM_PASSTHROUGH_STRATEGY) invocation strategy. Use the in-VM DSC invocation method with default ServiceClientFactory and do not construct ServiceClientFactory using SOAP or EJB protocols.

Quick Start (SOAP mode): Deploying a component using the Java API

The following Java example deploys a component that is based on a JAR file named adobe-emailSample-dsc.jar.

 /*
        * This Java Quick Start uses the following JAR files
        * 1. adobe-taskmanager-client.jar
        * 2. adobe-livecycle-client.jar
        * 3. adobe-usermanager-client.jar
        * 4. activation.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 5. axis.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 6. commons-codec-1.3.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 7. commons-collections-3.2.jar  (required for SOAP mode)
        * 8. commons-discovery.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 9. commons-logging.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 10. dom3-xml-apis-2.5.0.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 11. jaxen-1.1-beta-9.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 12. jaxrpc.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 13. log4j.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 14. mail.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 15. saaj.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 16. wsdl4j.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 17. xalan.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 18. xbean.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 19. xercesImpl.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * The JBoss files must be kept in the jboss\client folder. You can copy the client folder to
        * your local development environment and then include the 3 JBoss JAR files in your class path
        *
        * These JAR files are located in the following path:
        * <install directory>/sdk/client-libs/common
        *
        * The adobe-utilities.jar file is located in the following path:
        * <install directory>/sdk/client-libs/jboss
        *
        * The jboss-client.jar file is located in the following path:
        * <install directory>/jboss/bin/client
        *
        * If you want to invoke a remote forms server instance and there is a
        * firewall between the client application and the server, then it is
        * recommended that you use the SOAP mode. When using the SOAP mode,
        * you have to include additional JAR files located in the following
        * path
        * <install directory>/sdk/client-libs/thirdparty
        *
        * For information about the SOAP
        * mode and the additional JAR files that need to be included,
        * see "Setting connection properties" in Programming
        * with AEM Forms
     */
 import java.io.FileInputStream;
 import java.util.*;

 import com.adobe.idp.Document;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.clientsdk.ServiceClientFactory;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.clientsdk.ServiceClientFactoryProperties;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.registry.component.client.*;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.registry.infomodel.Component;

 public class DeployComponents {

     public static void main(String[] args) {

         try{

             //Set connection properties required to invoke AEM Forms
             Properties connectionProps = new Properties();
             connectionProps.setProperty(ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_DEFAULT_SOAP_ENDPOINT, "https://[server]:[port]");
             connectionProps.setProperty(ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_TRANSPORT_PROTOCOL,ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_SOAP_PROTOCOL);
             connectionProps.setProperty(ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_SERVER_TYPE, "JBoss");
             connectionProps.setProperty(ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_CREDENTIAL_USERNAME, "administrator");
             connectionProps.setProperty(ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_CREDENTIAL_PASSWORD, "password");

             //Create a ServiceClientFactory object
             ServiceClientFactory myFactory = ServiceClientFactory.createInstance(connectionProps);

             //Create a ComponentRegistryClient object
             ComponentRegistryClient    componentReg = new ComponentRegistryClient(myFactory);

             //Reference a JAR file that represents the component to deploy
         //    FileInputStream componentFile = new FileInputStream("C:\\Adobe\adobe-emailSample-dsc.jar");

             FileInputStream componentFile = new FileInputStream("C:\\A22\Bank.jar");
             Document component = new Document(componentFile);

             //Install the component
             Component myComponent = componentReg.install(component);
             componentReg.start(myComponent);

             System.out.println("The component has been deployed");
             }

         catch(Exception e)
         {
             e.printStackTrace();
         }
     }
 }


Quick Start (SOAP mode): Setting the execution context of a service using the Java API

The following Java code example sets the Run-As Invoker execution context to an example service named EncryptDocument.

 /*
        * This Java Quick Start uses the following JAR files
        * 1. adobe-taskmanager-client.jar
        * 2. adobe-livecycle-client.jar
        * 3. adobe-usermanager-client.jar
        * 4. activation.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 5. axis.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 6. commons-codec-1.3.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 7. commons-collections-3.2.jar  (required for SOAP mode)
        * 8. commons-discovery.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 9. commons-logging.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 10. dom3-xml-apis-2.5.0.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 11. jaxen-1.1-beta-9.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 12. jaxrpc.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 13. log4j.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 14. mail.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 15. saaj.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 16. wsdl4j.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 17. xalan.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 18. xbean.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 19. xercesImpl.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * The JBoss files must be kept in the jboss\bin\client folder. You can copy the client folder to
        * your local development environment and then include the 3 JBoss JAR files in your class path
        *
        * These JAR files are located in the following path:
        * <install directory>/sdk/client-libs/common
        *
        *
        *
        * If you want to invoke a remote forms server instance and there is a
        * firewall between the client application and the server, then it is
        * recommended that you use the SOAP mode. When using the SOAP mode,
        * you have to include additional JAR files located in the following
        * path
        * <install directory>/sdk/client-libs/thirdparty
        *
        * For information about the SOAP
        * mode and the additional JAR files that need to be included,
        * see "Setting connection properties" in Programming
        * with AEM Forms
     */
 import java.util.*;

 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.clientsdk.ServiceClientFactory;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.clientsdk.ServiceClientFactoryProperties;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.registry.infomodel.ServiceConfiguration;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.registry.service.ModifyServiceConfigurationInfo;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.registry.service.client.ServiceRegistryClient;

 /*
     * This Java quick start sets the Run-As Invoker to a service named EncryptDocument
     */
 public class SetRunAsConfiguration {

      public static void main(String[] args) {

     try{
         //Set connection properties required to invoke AEM Forms
         Properties connectionProps = new Properties();
         connectionProps.setProperty(ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_DEFAULT_SOAP_ENDPOINT, "https://[server]:[port]");
         connectionProps.setProperty(ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_TRANSPORT_PROTOCOL,ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_SOAP_PROTOCOL);
         connectionProps.setProperty(ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_SERVER_TYPE, "JBoss");
         connectionProps.setProperty(ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_CREDENTIAL_USERNAME, "tblue");
         connectionProps.setProperty(ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_CREDENTIAL_PASSWORD, "password");

         //Create a ServiceRegistryClient object
         ServiceClientFactory _factory = ServiceClientFactory.createInstance(connectionProps);
         ServiceRegistryClient _src = new ServiceRegistryClient(_factory);

         //Reference the EncryptDocument service
         ServiceConfiguration _config  = _src.getHeadActiveConfiguration("EncryptDocument");

         //Set the RUN_AS_INVOKER execution context
         ModifyServiceConfigurationInfo _configModifyInfo = new ModifyServiceConfigurationInfo();
         _configModifyInfo.setServiceId(_config.getServiceId());
         _configModifyInfo.setMajorVersion(_config.getMajorVersion());
         _configModifyInfo.setMinorVersion(_config.getMinorVersion());
         _configModifyInfo.setRunAsConfiguration(ServiceConfiguration.RUN_AS_INVOKER);
         _config = _src.modifyConfiguration(_configModifyInfo);
     }catch (Exception e) {
          e.printStackTrace();
         }
     }
 }

Quick Start (SOAP mode): Disabling service security using the Java API

The following Java code example disables security from the example EncryptDocument service and the services that are invoked from within this service (the Set Value and Encryption services).

 /*
        * This Java Quick Start uses the following JAR files
        * 1. adobe-taskmanager-client.jar
        * 2. adobe-livecycle-client.jar
        * 3. adobe-usermanager-client.jar
        * 4. activation.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 5. axis.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 6. commons-codec-1.3.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 7. commons-collections-3.2.jar  (required for SOAP mode)
        * 8. commons-discovery.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 9. commons-logging.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 10. dom3-xml-apis-2.5.0.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 11. jaxen-1.1-beta-9.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 12. jaxrpc.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 13. log4j.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 14. mail.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 15. saaj.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 16. wsdl4j.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 17. xalan.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 18. xbean.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 19. xercesImpl.jar (required for SOAP mode)
*
        * The JBoss files must be kept in the jboss\client folder. You can copy the client folder to
        * your local development environment and then include the 3 JBoss JAR files in your class path
        *
        * These JAR files are located in the following path:
        * <install directory>/sdk/client-libs/common
        *
        * The adobe-utilities.jar file is located in the following path:
        * <install directory>/sdk/client-libs/jboss
        *
        * The jboss-client.jar file is located in the following path:
        * <install directory>/jboss/bin/client
        *
        * If you want to invoke a remote forms server instance and there is a
        * firewall between the client application and the server, then it is
        * recommended that you use the SOAP mode. When using the SOAP mode,
        * you have to include additional JAR files located in the following
        * path
        * <install directory>/sdk/client-libs/thirdparty
        *
        * For information about the SOAP
        * mode and the additional JAR files that need to be included,
        * see "Setting connection properties" in Programming
        * with AEM Forms
     */
 import java.util.*;

 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.clientsdk.ServiceClientFactory;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.clientsdk.ServiceClientFactoryProperties;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.registry.infomodel.ServiceConfiguration;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.registry.service.ModifyServiceInfo;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.registry.service.client.ServiceRegistryClient;

 /*
     * This Java quick start disables security from the EncryptDocument process
     * and each service that is located in this process
     */
 public class DisableSecurity{

      public static void main(String[] args) {

     try{
         //Set connection properties required to invoke AEM Forms
         Properties connectionProps = new Properties();
         connectionProps.setProperty(ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_DEFAULT_SOAP_ENDPOINT, "https://[server]:[port]");
         connectionProps.setProperty(ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_TRANSPORT_PROTOCOL,ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_SOAP_PROTOCOL);
         connectionProps.setProperty(ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_SERVER_TYPE, "JBoss");
         connectionProps.setProperty(ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_CREDENTIAL_USERNAME, "administrator");
         connectionProps.setProperty(ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_CREDENTIAL_PASSWORD, "password");


         //Create a ServiceRegistryClient object
         ServiceClientFactory _factory = ServiceClientFactory.createInstance(connectionProps);
         ServiceRegistryClient _src = new ServiceRegistryClient(_factory);

         //Reference the EncryptDocument process and each service that is
         //invoked from within the EncryptDocument process
         ServiceConfiguration encryptDocumentService  = _src.getHeadActiveConfiguration("EncryptDocument");
         ServiceConfiguration setValueService  = _src.getHeadActiveConfiguration("SetValue");
         ServiceConfiguration encryptionService  = _src.getHeadActiveConfiguration("EncryptionService");

         //Create a ModifyServiceInfo object
         ModifyServiceInfo si = new ModifyServiceInfo();

         //Disable security from the EncryptDocument service
         si.setId(encryptDocumentService.getServiceId());
         si.setSecurityEnabled(false);
         _src.modifyService(si);

         //Disable security from the SetValue service
         si.setId(setValueService.getServiceId());
         si.setSecurityEnabled(false);
         _src.modifyService(si);

         //Disable security from the EncryptionService
         si.setId(encryptionService.getServiceId());
         si.setSecurityEnabled(false);
         _src.modifyService(si);

     }catch (Exception e) {
          e.printStackTrace();
         }
     }
 }

Quick Start (SOAP mode): Starting a service using the Java API

The following Java code example starts a service named SendEmailService.

 package com.adobe.sample.servicemanager;

 /**
     * This Java Quick Start uses the following JAR files:
     * 1. adobe-livecycle-client.jar
     * 2. adobe-usermanager-client.jar
     * 3. adobe-workflow-client-sdk.jar
     * 4. adobe-utilities.jar
     * 5. jboss-client.jar (use a different JAR file if AEM Forms is not deployed on Jboss)
     * 6. jacorb.jar (use a different JAR file if the forms server is not deployed on JBoss)
     * 7. jnp-client.jar (use a different JAR file if the forms server is not deployed on JBoss)
     */
 import java.util.*;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.clientsdk.ServiceClientFactory;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.registry.infomodel.ServiceConfiguration;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.registry.service.client.ServiceRegistryClient;

 public class StartService {

     public static void main(String[] args) {

         try{
             //Set connection properties required to invoke AEM Forms
             Properties ConnectionProps = new Properties();
             ConnectionProps.setProperty("DSC_DEFAULT_SOAP_ENDPOINT", "https://[server]:[port]");
             ConnectionProps.setProperty("DSC_TRANSPORT_PROTOCOL","SOAP");
             ConnectionProps.setProperty("DSC_SERVER_TYPE", "JBoss");
             ConnectionProps.setProperty("DSC_CREDENTIAL_USERNAME", "administrator");
             ConnectionProps.setProperty("DSC_CREDENTIAL_PASSWORD", "password");

             //Create a ServiceClientFactory object
             ServiceClientFactory myFactory = ServiceClientFactory.createInstance(ConnectionProps);

             //Create a ServiceRegistryClient object
             ServiceRegistryClient serviceReg = new ServiceRegistryClient(myFactory);

             //Reference the SendEmailService
             ServiceConfiguration myServiceConfig = serviceReg.getHeadActiveConfiguration("SendEmailService");

             //Start the SendEmailService
             serviceReg.start(myServiceConfig);
             }

                 catch(Exception e)
                 {
                     e.printStackTrace();
                 }
     }
 }


Quick Start (SOAP mode): Modifying a services configuration values using the Java API

The following Java example modifies configuration values that belong to SendEmail Service.

 /*
     * This Java Quick Start uses the following JAR files
        * 1. adobe-taskmanager-client.jar
        * 2. adobe-livecycle-client.jar
        * 3. adobe-usermanager-client.jar
        * 4. activation.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 5. axis.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 6. commons-codec-1.3.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 7. commons-collections-3.2.jar  (required for SOAP mode)
        * 8. commons-discovery.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 9. commons-logging.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 10. dom3-xml-apis-2.5.0.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 11. jaxen-1.1-beta-9.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 12. jaxrpc.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 13. log4j.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 14. mail.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 15. saaj.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 16. wsdl4j.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 17. xalan.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 18. xbean.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * 19. xercesImpl.jar (required for SOAP mode)
        * The JBoss files must be kept in the jboss\client folder. You can copy the client folder to
        * your local development environment and then include the 3 JBoss JAR files in your class path
        *
        * These JAR files are located in the following path:
        * <install directory>/sdk/client-libs/common
        *
        * The adobe-utilities.jar file is located in the following path:
        * <install directory>/sdk/client-libs/jboss
        *
        * The jboss-client.jar file is located in the following path:
        * <install directory>/jboss/bin/client
        *
        * If you want to invoke a remote forms server instance and there is a
        * firewall between the client application and the server, then it is
        * recommended that you use the SOAP mode. When using the SOAP mode,
        * you have to include additional JAR files located in the following
        * path
        * <install directory>/sdk/client-libs/thirdparty
        *
        * For information about the SOAP
        * mode and the additional JAR files that need to be included,
        * see "Setting connection properties" in Programming
        * with AEM Forms
     */
 import java.util.*;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.clientsdk.ServiceClientFactory;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.registry.infomodel.ConfigParameter;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.registry.infomodel.ServiceConfiguration;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.registry.service.ModifyServiceConfigurationInfo;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.registry.service.client.ServiceRegistryClient;


 public class ModifyService {

     public static void main(String[] args) {

         try{
             //Set connection properties required to invoke AEM Forms
             Properties ConnectionProps = new Properties();
             ConnectionProps.setProperty("DSC_DEFAULT_SOAP_ENDPOINT", "https://[server]:[port]");
             ConnectionProps.setProperty("DSC_TRANSPORT_PROTOCOL","SOAP");
             ConnectionProps.setProperty("DSC_SERVER_TYPE", "JBoss");
             ConnectionProps.setProperty("DSC_CREDENTIAL_USERNAME", "administrator");
             ConnectionProps.setProperty("DSC_CREDENTIAL_PASSWORD", "password");

             //Create a ServiceClientFactory object
             ServiceClientFactory myFactory = ServiceClientFactory.createInstance(ConnectionProps);

             //Create a ServiceRegistryClient object
             ServiceRegistryClient serviceReg = new ServiceRegistryClient(myFactory);

             //Reference the SendEmailService
             ServiceConfiguration myServiceConfig = serviceReg.getHeadServiceConfiguration("SendEmailService");

             //Create a ModifyServiceConfigurationInfo object
                 ModifyServiceConfigurationInfo modService = new ModifyServiceConfigurationInfo();

             //Set configuration values required by the SendEmailService
             String serviceId = myServiceConfig.getServiceId();
             modService.setServiceId(serviceId);
             modService.setMajorVersion(1);
             modService.setConfigParameterAsText("smtpHost","mySMTPSERVER");
             modService.setConfigParameterAsText("smtpUser","smyUserName");
             modService.setConfigParameterAsText("smtpPassword","myPassword");

             //Modify the service’s configuration values
             serviceReg.modifyConfiguration(modService);

             //Conform the new configuration values
             ServiceConfiguration serviceConfig = serviceReg.getServiceConfiguration("SendEmailService",1,0);
             ConfigParameter cp = serviceConfig.getConfigParameter("smtpUser");
             String configValue = cp.getTextValue();
             System.out.println(configValue);
             }

             catch(Exception e)
             {
                 e.printStackTrace();
             }
     }
 }



Quick Start (SOAP mode): Removing components using the Java API

The following Java code example removes a component by using the Java API.

 /*
     * This Java Quick Start uses the following JAR files
     * 1. adobe-taskmanager-client.jar
     * 2. adobe-livecycle-client.jar
     * 3. adobe-usermanager-client.jar
     * 4. adobe-utilities.jar
     * 5. jboss-client.jar (use a different JAR file if the forms server is not deployed
     * on JBoss)
     * 6. commons-code-1.3.jar
     * 7. adobe-workflow-client-sdk.jar
     * 8. jacorb.jar (use a different JAR file if the forms server is not deployed on JBoss)
     * 9. jnp-client.jar (use a different JAR file if the forms server is not deployed on JBoss)
     *
     * The JBoss files must be kept in the jboss\client folder. You can copy the client folder to
     * your local development environment and then include the 3 JBoss JAR files in your class path
     *
     * These JAR files are located in the following path:
     * <install directory>/sdk/client-libs/common
     *
     * The adobe-utilities.jar file is located in the following path:
     * <install directory>/sdk/client-libs/jboss
     *
     * The jboss-client.jar file is located in the following path:
     * <install directory>/jboss/bin/client
     *
     * If you want to invoke a remote forms server instance and there is a
     * firewall between the client application and the server, then it is
     * recommended that you use the SOAP mode. When using the SOAP mode,
     * you have to include additional JAR files located in the following
     * path
     * <install directory>/sdk/client-libs/thirdparty
     *
     * For information about the SOAP
     * mode and the additional JAR files that need to be included,
     * see "Setting connection properties" in Programming
     * with AEM Forms
     */
 import java.util.*;

 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.clientsdk.ServiceClientFactory;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.clientsdk.ServiceClientFactoryProperties;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.registry.component.client.*;
 import com.adobe.idp.dsc.registry.infomodel.Component;

 public class RemoveComponent {

     public static void main(String[] args) {

         try{
               //Set connection properties required to invoke AEM Forms
               Properties connectionProps = new Properties();
               connectionProps.setProperty(ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_DEFAULT_SOAP_ENDPOINT, "https://[server]:[port]");
      connectionProps.setProperty(ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_TRANSPORT_PROTOCOL,ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_SOAP_PROTOCOL);
               connectionProps.setProperty(ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_SERVER_TYPE, "JBoss");
               connectionProps.setProperty(ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_CREDENTIAL_USERNAME, "administrator");
               connectionProps.setProperty(ServiceClientFactoryProperties.DSC_CREDENTIAL_PASSWORD, "password");

             //Create a ServiceClientFactory object
             ServiceClientFactory myFactory = ServiceClientFactory.createInstance(connectionProps);

             //Create a ComponentRegistryClient object
             ComponentRegistryClient    componentReg = new ComponentRegistryClient(myFactory);

             //Retrieve the Id of the component to remove from the service container
             Component myComponent = componentReg.getComponent("com.adobe.livecycle.sample.email.emailSampleComponent", "1.0");

             //Determine if the component is in a running state
             if (myComponent.getState()== Component.RUNNING)
             {
                 //Stop the component
                 Component stoppedComponent = componentReg.stop(myComponent);

                 //Uninstall the component
                 componentReg.uninstall(stoppedComponent);
             }
             else
                 componentReg.uninstall(myComponent);

             System.out.println("The component was removed.");
             }

             catch(Exception e)
             {
                 e.printStackTrace();
             }
     }
 }



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