My question is where does the container expect to find the <ARTIFACT-ID>.js and <ARTIFACT-ID>.css files?
More specifically in the servlet code how do I construct the:
<script type='' src=''></script> <link rel='' href='>
so that the running servlet can find them. Or are they not required since their paths are already in the plugin descriptor?
In atlassian-plugin.xml you have something like this:
<web-resource key="my-web-resources" name=" Web Resource"> <resource name="list.js" type="download" location="js/list.js"/> <resource name="list.css" type="download" location="css/list.css"/> <resource name="images/" type="download" location="images"/> </web-resource>
In your servlet template, add...
...where in your pom.xml groupId is com.example.confluence.plugin and artifactId is plugin-artifact-id.
This will inject your JS & CSS in the correct place in the header.
This assumes that you're using velocity templates in your servlet code, just like the generated LicenseServlet.
I do not fully understand how to use velocity templates yet. This is a Calendar plugin that was a stand-alone web-app and I am currently trying to get it to run as a servlet plugin.
So one follow-up question would be, are there any velocity template functions that generate tables?
Second, If I use the current html print statements, how do I construct manually, what would be injected in the header?
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