In addition to the dependencies listed above, the Confluence plugin for Gliffy also depends on the following optional libraries:
jfreechart-1.0.13.jar: This is a dependency for the Gliffy plugin for Confluence.
jrebel.jar: This is a dependency for the Confluence plugin for Gliffy.
jregex-1.0.jar: This is a dependency for the Confluence plugin for Gliffy.
jservlet-api.jar: This is a dependency for the Confluence plugin for Gliffy.
jsp-api.jar: This is a dependency for the Confluence plugin for Gliffy.
The Confluence plugin for Gliffy includes the following components:
Gliffy.jar: The Gliffy plugin for Confluence requires the third-party Java library Gliffy to function. The plugin can then use the Gliffy API to define and manipulate diagrams.
GliffyUtil.jar: This is a shared library that provides an API which Gliffy plugin can use to manipulate Gliffy diagrams.
Gliffy-Keys.xml: This is a text file that specifies the keys for the Gliffy Input block and the Gliffy Output block.
Gliffy-Keys.jar: This is a optional file containing Gliffy key definitions.
The following requirements apply to Confluence users who want to use the Confluence plugin for Gliffy:
Confluence server must be running.
Confluence must be configured to allow users with admin rights to install new plugins.
Installing the plugin will require an Internet connection. It may take up to one hour to complete the installation. The plugin must be installed on all Confluence Servers where you want to use Gliffy.
Use the following procedure to perform a manual installation of the Gliffy plugin on Confluence. You should follow this procedure if you want to use an earlier version of the Gliffy plugin than you have already installed on Confluence.
If you do not have Confluence admin rights, you must use the Confluence importer to perform the installation. This is similar to running the database importer and it can be used to install the Gliffy plugin without having to be a Confluence admin.
The following options are available:
Enable and configure the Gliffy plugin to run on your Confluence server.
Configure the Gliffy services to run on your Confluence server.
Install and configure Gliffy on the confluence data center.
Update the plugin with new Gliffy versions and configuration settings.
Disable the plugin and remove configuration.
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