GISToolkit Server Dependencies.
The following is a list of all the classes that the GISToolkit depends
on in some form or another. The only ones that are really
required are xerces.jar, and JAI The others are only needed if
the toolkit needs to read or write information to their respective
Xerces is one of the Apache Sofrware Foundation
projects to read and write XML files. The GISToolkitServer uses
it for reading and writing the initialization files used to set up the
services. Xerces can be downloaded from xml.apache.org and is
licensed under version 2.2 of the Apache Software License.
The Xerces Java 2 is the one that is used
The Java Advanced Imaging Classes are distributed by
SunMicrosystems. It is a class library used for reading and
writing image files. It is used within the GISToolkit Editor for
reading tiff files, and may replace the JimiProClasses in a future
Optional for reading from
These are the JDBC interface classes for IBM's DB2
database. These are required for reading and writing information
from a DB2 database. They are installed with the DB2 instance
under the java sub directory of the sqllib root. I do not have
permission to redistribute these classes, however if you have a DB2
instance, then you already have them.
The configuration files for the GISToolkitServer can
be manually edited to use the ArcSDE data source, however the
administration extender does not currently support the ArcSDE data
source. Let us know if you need this.
These are the JDBC interface classes for the
PostgreSQL database. The JDBC objects for PostGIS are not
used. Instead the objects are parsed from the WKT representation
returned from the database. A WKB parsing would be preferable,
but it was not available from the database at this writing.