Java Quick-Start Guide

Start using Confection on your Java site with a few simple steps.

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Step One

If you haven’t already, create a Confection account. If you already have a Confection account, log in.

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Step Two

Click “My Account” (or “Set Up My Account” if you’re accessing your account for the first time). Enter your contact information, the domain(s) on which you want to use Confection, and select one of our two data storage options. Then, click “Save Changes.”

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Step Three

Click "Install Confection" (If you're accessing your account for the first time, this will be the default screen.) Next, select "Java" to download the relevant scripts.

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Step Four

Click "Downloads" to save the necessary Java files to your desktop. Unzip them, and upload the files to your project controller folder.

Edit (in the source controller directory) so that @RequestMapping points to your Confection code directory. For example, if your Confection Cable URL is, the following lines would read:


Next, use our code-builder tool to set your privacy options, choose your banner position, and even upload your own logo. Click the button below to get started.

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If your site's domain is and you defined your Confection Cable URL as, add -- https:// included -- to the "Cable URL" field. To avoid mixed content errors, make sure you load over https:// vs. http://.

Once that's done, paste the code above your site's </head> tag.

That's it. You're done.

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Step Five: Send Confection Data Anywhere

After installing Confection, start sending data to any number of different endpoints.

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