The Add Weblet interface allows you to associate a new Weblet component to an application and configure the basic JavaBean properties of the Weblet.
If you have Mule enabled in your JobServer environment you may invoke Mule endpoints
using the UniversalClient GWT API directly from your Weblet client code.
Leaving this field blank will allow the Weblet,
using the UniversalClient GWT API,
to call any Mule endpoint it wishes. You can restrict the Weblet to access
only certain Mule endpoints by listing them. If you do not want the Weblet
to have access to any Mule endpoints, then enter a fake endpoint such as
Any content or HTML in this box will be injected into the HTML pages that loads the Weblet (GWT client). The HTML will be injected at the end of the BODY tag. You are limited to 255 characters.
When adding a new Weblet, the most important settings is selecting the actual Bundle component from the available Bundles found in the Tasklet/Weblet Bundle repository. Once selected the associated Weblet Bundle will appear. The Weblet allows you to edit the input JavaBean properties that are exposed for the given application.
Once a the Bundle component type is selected and saved, it can't be changed. If you wish to change it, you must delete the Weblet and create a new one.