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– Choosing file types (PDF, ZIP, RAR, TAR, MSG)
– Password option
– Ability to add a new password
– Copying the original document into another one
– Additional options (eg. save password and create back up)
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– zip files from archive or the clipboard
– zip or unzip files from clipboard
– upload files to a ftp server
– create zip and unzip archive from a folder
– upload files from a folder to a ftp server
– encrypt text to a file or to the clipboard
– encrypt files from the clipboard to a file or to the clipboard
– rename files or folders
– rotate files or folders
– delete files or folders
– delete files from a folder
– delete folders from a folder
– move files or folders
– move folders from a folder
– move files or folders to a folder
– move folders to a folder
– drag files and folders from a folder to another folder
– upload files from a folder to a folder on a ftp server
– download files from a folder on a ftp server
– split/join files
– split/join files from the clipboard
– split/join files from archives
– split/join files from archives from the clipboard
– split/join files from archives from the clipboard to a folder
– split/join files from archives to a folder
– open documents from archives
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JAMAL server enables you to run RMI service inside Matlab.
Each time you need to call a Matlab function from Java, you must compile the Matlab function in a binary (.m file), convert it to Java Bytecode and call the generated.class file, using JAMAL client.
JAMAL client runs in the Java application and call the server through RMI.
The server must run in an active machine on the network, so it is enough to install the JAMAL server into Matlab network, and to run JAMAL client in all applications that need to use the server.
The JAMAL client use the standard JVM network protocol and, in the JAMAL server, the Matlab RMI use the standard RMI protocol. So JAMAL client and server are independent from the Matlab and Java version, JAMAL client or server can be used on any machine on the network.
This documentation covers all the steps that are needed for using the JAMAL tool, running the server and the client.
Running the JAMAL server:
First, we will start the JAMAL server as a service that will run in the background.
The user must have write access in the /home/work/Matlab folder.
The user must have read access on the Matlab data folder and on the JAMAL server folder (/home/work/Matlab/JAMAL server).
The server can be started either on a network host, or on the same machine as Matlab.
The JAMAL server can be started either by using the /home/work/Matlab/bin/matlabrmi command line, or using the JAMAL Start command.
The following two commands must be run on the same machine, and the first command will compile a Matlab function into.m file.
system(‘matlabrmi -nosplash -nosound -r “T=java.io.BufferedReader;”/home/work/Matlab/docs/Simple/Simple.m”” Simple’);
system(‘matlabrmi -nosplash -nosound -nodisplay -r “T=java.io.BufferedReader;”/home/work/Matlab/docs/Simple/Simple.m”” Simple’);
If the server is started from inside Matlab, the compiled file is created in the /home/work/