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With Release 3.8 the Scout SDK offers support to integrate external JAR files into a Scout application with a few clicks. In this tutorial we use this capability to demonstrate how [http://jython.org/ Jython] may be integrated in your Scout application.
 
With Release 3.8 the Scout SDK offers support to integrate external JAR files into a Scout application with a few clicks. In this tutorial we use this capability to demonstrate how [http://jython.org/ Jython] may be integrated in your Scout application.
  
According to the [http://wiki.python.org/jython/ Wiki] ''"Jython is a Java implementation of [http://python.org/ Python]"'' and Python itself claims ''You can learn to use Python and see almost immediate gains in productivity and lower maintenance costs.'' In any case, we need an example here and combining Java with a powerful scripting language can be of help to solve a significant amount of problems.
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According to the [http://wiki.python.org/jython/ Wiki] ''"Jython is a Java implementation of [http://python.org/ Python]"'' and Python itself claims ''"You can learn to use Python and see almost immediate gains in productivity and lower maintenance costs."'' In any case, we need an example here and combining Java with a powerful scripting language can be of help to solve a significant amount of problems.

Revision as of 07:05, 1 June 2012

Introduction

With Release 3.8 the Scout SDK offers support to integrate external JAR files into a Scout application with a few clicks. In this tutorial we use this capability to demonstrate how Jython may be integrated in your Scout application.

According to the Wiki "Jython is a Java implementation of Python" and Python itself claims "You can learn to use Python and see almost immediate gains in productivity and lower maintenance costs." In any case, we need an example here and combining Java with a powerful scripting language can be of help to solve a significant amount of problems.