By Geertjan-Oracle on Mar 07, 2010
I started by downloading NetBeans IDE 6.5, installed the OpenOffice.org API plugin, then moved the OfficeBean sample from the OpenOffice SDK into the OpenOffice Client project type which I then opened in a NetBeans IDE 6.9 development build:
Running it, I see this:
The next step is to open OpenOffice via the OfficeBean into a NetBeans Platform TopComponent. This blog entry will probably be very useful.