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Installing Woodchip

For Developers

Disclaimer

These will be changing over the next couple of months. These instructions are for Debian/[K]Ubuntu.

Installing...

$ apt-get install sun-java5-jdk ant
  • Woodchip is developed against Sun's JDK version 5. To see if that's the version you are using
    $ /usr/sbin/update-alternatives --display java
    • If you are not using Sun's version and you would like to, make the change with
      $ /usr/sbin/update-alternatives --config java
    • OR set your local JAVA_HOME environment variable
      $ export JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-1.5.0-sun/
  • Configure Postgres. This creates a new user and schema called 'acq' – assuming a database called 'evergreen'
$ psql evergreen # as the Postgres admin
evergreen=# CREATE USER acq WITH ENCRYPTED PASSWORD 'acqpass' ; CREATE SCHEMA AUTHORIZATION acq;
  • Configure opentaps.
    • edit framework/entity/config/entityengine.xml
      • change the first <delegator> section from datasource-name="localderby" to 'localpostgres'
      • search down the file for the 'localpostgres' section and make the following changes
        schema-name="acq"
        jdbc-uri="jdbc:postgresql://127.0.0.1/evergreen"
        jdbc-username="acq"
        jdbc-password="acqpass"
  • Remove .txt and run woodchip-build.sh.txt
  • Edit applications/woodchip/config/woodchip.properties to suit your Evergreen environment
  • See how it all looks by browsing to http://localhost:8080/ – try clicking on 'Parties & Users'. The default login is admin/ofbiz.
  • Happy Acquiring and Serializing!
acq/installing.txt · Last modified: 2007/12/15 11:34 by erickson

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