Home > JAVA, Matlab > PJUG – the first contact [part 3] – Matlab Chart (WebFigure) on Tomcat 6.x server

PJUG – the first contact [part 3] – Matlab Chart (WebFigure) on Tomcat 6.x server

This part covers the last example I did on JavaCamp. Over 3 videos you have an opportunity to see how to setup your environment, how to develop and compile your .M file to Java Jar file using Matlab JA Builder and how to write simple JSP/Servlet and deploy everything together on Tomcat 6.x

Before you start watching. It’s good to mention an issue with sound. I have recorded these sequences by using recordMyDesktop software. It’s very nice but 😉 I got issue with sound record. Actually you will see.


1. Build JAR file from Matlab M. files

2.  JSP/Servlet using Matlab JAR file

3. Matlab WebFigure and Tomcat 6.x deployment

Categories: JAVA, Matlab
  1. December 18, 2009 at 11:53 am

    Sound is really bad 🙂

  2. tizazu
    April 22, 2011 at 10:26 pm

    The video was nice but the sound and the codes are not visible. Could you explain it a bit more so that we could see the Java codes and the configuration used to integrate matlab into java?

    • miragemiko
      April 30, 2011 at 5:01 pm

      I do apologize for late reply. I’m currently under rush because of finishing project and thesis. I’ll try to touch the issue and reply early next week. If you are going to visit GeeCON in Krakow, See you there 🙂


  3. tizazu
    May 2, 2011 at 8:46 pm

    I am very grateful for your interest to give me a guide. Unfortunately, I won’t be in Krakow. Can you post some video about calling matlab in java based applications(desktop standalones or applets). Currently I am working on a project which calls matlab plotting using java-based website.


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