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Topics Covered

  • Obtaining and building the code
  • Prerequisites installed (do not show this)
  • Clone Github project
  • Build project at top level using mvn command line



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  • Preamble
    • Welcome to the IHTSDO map tool video tutorials. This developer training video covers obtaining and building the code.


      As this project is organized around Maven and may make use of resources on IHTSDO Nexus, properly configure your Settings.xml Page.


      Step 1 - Create directories

        Setup for Windows

      • Create a directory to hold your data files (e.g. c:/mapping/data)
      • Create a directory to hold your config files (e.g. c:/mapping/config)
      • Create a directory to hold the code (e.g. c:/workspace/OTF-Mapping-Service)
      • Make sure the "mvn" executable for your local maven installation is in the path
        • On Windows this means adding to the PATH variable so that it runs in a "cmd" shell without fully qualified path.


      Step 2 - Clone repositories

      Clone the Github repository to the directory created to hold the code.

      Clone the mapping-service-data project (e.g. ssh://<yourUsername>@csfe.aceworkspace.net:29418/mapping) to the directory created to hold your data files..

      •  In this context "yourUsername" is the CollabNet user you use to access the "The IHTSDO Open Tooling Framework Project"

      Step 3 - Build project

      Build all project modules with "mvn clean install" at the top level - either through Eclipse or via the command line.

      • NOTE: this uses the standard "dev-windows" configuration.  To use a different configuration artifact pass the following three parameters:
        • -Dconfig.groupId=...
        • -Dconfig.artifactId=...
        • -Dconfig.version=...
      • NOTE: the specified configuration artifact must either have been built locally or be an a repository accessible based on the settings.xml file
      • For most dev deployments, the default build is fine because the only setting really used for the rest/webapp packages is the "base.url" which by default is set to http://localhost:8080/mapping-rest.
      • For a UAT or production deployment, you would want to use a different setting.  For example, see Deploy Instructions, the prod deployment instructions.

      Step 4 - Setup Configuration

      Choose a "dev-windows", "uat", or "prod" config project target and unzip it into the directory created to  hold your config files.

      • config/dev-windows/target/mapping-config-dev-windows.*.zip
      • config/prod/target/mapping-config-prod.*.zip
      • config/uat/target/mapping-config-uat.*.zip

      Step 5 - Edit configuration

      Edit the "config.properties" file in your config files directory to set correctly for your environment.  In particular, edit these:

      • javax.persistence.jdbc.url
      • javax.persistence.jdbc.user
      • javax.persistence.jdbc.password
      • hibernate.search.default.indexBase  ( recommend choosing something in your data dir, e.g. c:/mapping/data/indexes or ~/indexes)
      • ihtsdo.security.activated (set to false for dev environment)
      • mail.smtp.to (list for automated system emails)
      • send.notification.recipients (list for automated tools, like reports generation and database qa)
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