Andres Almiray [aalmiray at users dot sourceforge dot net]
In order to run Grapplet it needs to be signed, follow the next instructions to use a self-signed certificate
(recommended for testing)
7. Copy the binary dist to your webserver. If you're using Apache copy
grapplet.html, groovy.js, grapplet-0.1.jar, groovy-all-1.0.jar, groovy and
groovy.cer to $APACHE_HOME/htdocs/grapplet
Grapplet provides a way for running Groovy on an applet, adding extra functionality to JS objects and arrays,
for example arrays behave like Java Lists, so all GDK methods available to List and Collection can be used in JS arrays.
Grapplet uses Maven2 as its build tool, which means that if you want to
build your own version of Grapplet from source you'll need to have it
installed. Follow the instructions at http://maven.apache.org
Once Maven2 is installed you will also need to install the java-plugin into
your maven repository (but it wouldn't hurt to check at
http://mvnrepository.org if it is already there). Usually the plugin is
located at $JDK_HOME/jre/lib/plugin.jar
Now you'll have to sign grapplet-<version>.jar, copy it and groovy.js to your
webapp or webserver dir. The file src/html/grapplet.html should give you some
pointers in how it should be configured.
The next section will describe the process of self-signing the jar.
Please contact the team members by e-mail.