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    Default What is the Garmin "JCX" file ?

    Can someone please tell me what the Garmin "JCX" files is or does ?

    I see in the Garmin Folder on my 885t.

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    .jcx is only a java control extension AFAIK. I can't find any in my 1300. What they do on your 885T is probably access a database for some info i suppose. Maybe in some units it is to do with accessing the XML?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    @timp4411
    .jcx is only a java control extension AFAIK. I can't find any in my 1300. What they do on your 885T is probably access a database for some info i suppose. Maybe in some units it is to do with accessing the XML?
    Hi Neil,

    It caught my eye as I have not seen it on any other of my GPS Units.. only the 885t.

    I will go back and look at some of my backups of the 885 prior to installing the latest CNNA to see if was present before.

    Thanks.

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    WebLogic Workshop Java control extensions:
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    Types of JCX Files
    The contents of a JCX file depend on the type of control the file extends. JCX files can represent the following types of controls:
    • Database control: used to access a database from your web service. To learn more about Database Controls, see Database Control.
    • EJB control: used to access an existing Enterprise JavaBean (EJB) from your web service. To learn more about EJB Controls, see EJB Control.
    • JMS control: used to access an existing Java Message Service (JMS) queue or topic from your web service. To learn more about JMS Controls, see JMS Control.
    • Web Service control: used to communicate with another web service from your service. Web Service Control.
    • Extensible custom control: Advanced users of WebLogic Workshop can create custom controls that are extensible in the same way built-in controls are extensible. To learn more, consult the documentation for the Control Developer's Kit.

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