Packaging Handler Code¶
To make function or procedure handler code written in Java or Scala easier to reuse, you can build a JAR file that contains the handler and its dependencies. When you create the function or procedure, you reference the handler JAR on a stage.
Topics in this section describe how to build handlers with commonly-used build tools.
For more information about using packaged handler code (as well as other dependencies) by referencing them on a stage, see Keeping Handler Code In-line or on a Stage.
You can also use an IntelliJ IDEA project (not an SBT project in IntelliJ) to create the handler JAR. For more information, see the instructions on setting up an artifact configuration.
- Packaging Scala Handler Code with sbt
Build Scala handler code with sbt.
- Packaging Java or Scala Handler Code with Maven
Build handler code with Maven.