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java interface link to Amzi(*.kb) logic server

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how to execute a knowledge base ( or logic server) develop using Amzi by using a java interface to call it?

I have a sample when i install Knowledge Wright but is not so clear and I don't understand well.

Thank you.

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Please give at least a website for reference.

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There's some extensive documentation here:
http://www.amzi.com/manuals/amzi6/ls/lsajava.htm#UsingtheJavaClass

If you need any help with the Java, after you've installed and tried out the sample, please come back.
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Yeah, I downloaded and read all the stuff as well.
I have the sample progs that work but I have problem understanding it. When is the function called and etc.

One more extra question to you. How do I link between two interface in java?

I mean i create one interface, lets say with a button and i implement actionlistener with (handler) to call the other interface. is that possible?

I'm totally new here and I don't know if this is the correct way to ask a followup question.

Thank you very much for you response.
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