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JSR 91 - OSS/J Trouble Ticket API Final - 1.2.2 Reference Implementation Installation GuideOSS through Java InitiativeJSR 91 Expert Group TT-API-Ri_Installation_guide.1.2.2.doc Copyright 2004 - 2008 The Members of the OSS through Java(TM) Initiative, FROX communication, Ascom, Wipro, TeleManagement Forum. All rights reserved. Use is subject to license terms..

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Executive SummaryThe OSS/J Trouble Ticket API offers interfaces and classes to manage Trouble Tickets. This document describes how to install and use the Reference Implementation (RI).

AcknowledgementsThis version (1.2.2) of the reference implementation is in the core components based on the work of Pierre Gauthier (Metasolv) who lead the implementation of version 1.0. The feature/bugfix release version 1.2.2 of the RI was led by Roman Schlegel (FROX communication) and realized by Christian Klaus (Ascom) Anjana Damara (Wipro) Michael Nidel (FROX communication)

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Table of ContentsExecutive Summary........................................................................................................... 2 Acknowledgements............................................................................................................ 2 Table of Contents............................................................................................................... 3 Preface.................................................................................................................................4 1.1 Objectives.................................................................................................................. 4 1.2 Audience.................................................................................................................... 4 1.3 Related Information................................................................................................... 4 1.4 Revision History........................................................................................................ 4 Introduction........................................................................................................................5 Preparation......................................................................................................................... 6 1.5 Download distribution............................................................................................... 6 1.6 Environment...............................................................................................................6 1.7 Application Server..................................................................................................... 6 1.8 Java Database........................................................................................................... 7 Installing the Reference Implementation.........................................................................8 1.9 Setting up the database schema.................................................................................8 1.10 Deploying the reference implementation.................................................................8 Testing the Reference Implementation............................................................................ 9 Uninstall the Reference Implementation....................................................................... 10 1.11 Undeploying the reference implementation...........................................................10 1.12 Dropping the Trouble Ticket database schema..................................................... 10 Build the Reference Implementation from source........................................................ 11 1.13 System Requirements............................................................................................. 11 1.14 Install the Application Server................................................................................ 11 1.15 Install Maven......................................................................................................... 11 1.16 Configure Maven................................................................................................... 11 1.17 Build the RI EAR file............................................................................................ 12

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Preface1.1 ObjectivesInstallation and usage description of the OSS/J Trouble Ticket Reference Implementation

1.2 AudienceThe target audiences are Developers who seek information about how the Trouble Ticket API can be implemented Developers of other OSS/J API Reference Implementations Developers who want to make use of these API and extend its implementation

1.3 Related InformationPlease refer to the Trouble Ticket TCK documentation for instructions about how to test the Reference implementation.

1.4 Revision History

Date 12.07.2007 07.08.2007 14.12.2007 20.02.2008

Version 0.1 1.0 1.1 1.2

Author Roman Schlegel Roman Schlegel Roman Schlegel Roman Schlegel

State Draft First Release Release Release

Comments

Updated for RI v1.2.1 Updated for RI v1.2.2

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IntroductionThis document describes how to install, run and verify the OSS Trouble Ticket API Reference implementation (RI).

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Preparation1.5 Download distributionIf you do not yet have the Trouble Ticket Reference Implementation, you need to download it from https://jsr091-public.dev.java.net. Here is the directory structure included in it: oss_trouble_ticket_j2eesdk-1_2_2-src-ri |--- oss_tt_ri_ear-1.2.2.ear |--- lib |--- docs +-+- src |--- oss_tt_ri_ear |--- oss_tt_ri_ejb |--- oss_tt_ri_ws +--- oss_tt_ri_ws_test This document is also included in TTRI distribution under docs directory.

1.6 EnvironmentPlease make sure the Variable JAVA_HOME points to your JDK 1.5 Installation. Also, the common.properties file holds some specific settings which you might need to be updated for specific environments.

1.7 Application ServerThe Reference Implementation is tested on Glassfish V2 Final Build which can be downloaded from https://glassfish.dev.java.net. After installing the Application server, make sure the environment variable AS_HOME points to the installation directory of the application server. It can then be started with the following steps: 1. Make sure the bin directory of your application server is in the PATH variable 2. Starting the default domain:asadmin start-domain domain1

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1.8 Java DatabaseSince the Java Database is bundled with the Glassfish server there is nothing additional which needs to be installed. The Database can be started with the following steps: 1. Make sure the bin directory of your application server is in the PATH variable 2. Calling the asadmin-pause.bat script:asadmin start-database

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Installing the Reference ImplementationThis chapter describes how to install the reference implementation.

1.9 Setting up the database schemaTo load the database schema, complete the following steps (for Unix installations use *.sh scripts instead of *.bat): 1. Unzip the RI package 2. Make sure the environment variable DERBY_INSTALL from the file oss_tt_ri_ejb\src\main\sql\derby\derby.bat points to the javadb directory from Glassfish 3. Run the create script oss_tt_ri_ejb\src\main\sql\derby\create.bat

1.10 Deploying the reference implementationTo deploy the reference implementation package, complete the following steps: 1. Make sure the bin directory of your application server is in the PATH variable 2. Change directory to oss_tt_ri_ear 3. Issue the following command asant deploy Note: deploying the ear file manually will not create the required resources. Please follow the steps mentioned above to make sure the resources are being created.

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Testing the Reference ImplementationPlease refer to the Trouble Ticket TCK documentation for instructions about how to test the Reference Implementation.

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Uninstall the Reference ImplementationThis chapter describes how to uninstall the reference implementation.

1.11 Undeploying the reference implementationTo undeploy the reference implementation package, complete the following steps: 1. Make sure the bin directory of your application server is in the PATH variable 4. Change directory to oss_tt_ri_ear 2. Issue the following command asant undeploy Note: undeploying the ear file manually will not remove the JMS and JDBC resources. Please follow the steps mentioned above to make sure the resources are being removed.

1.12 Dropping the Trouble Ticket database schemaTo load the database schema, complete the following steps (for Unix installations use *.sh scripts instead of *.bat): 1. Make sure the environment variable DERBY_INSTALL from the file oss_tt_ri_ejb\src\main\sql\derby\derby.bat points to the javadb directory from Glassfish 2. Run the create script oss_tt_ri_ejb\src\main\sql\derby\drop.bat

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Build the Reference Implementation from sourceIn case you want to recompile the Reference Implementation, follow the instructions in this chapter.

1.13 System RequirementsThe instructions assume you will be deploying and executing the Reference Implementation application on a Windows platform. The instructions given in this document are also applicable, to a great extent, to a UNIX/Linux platform. The application uses the following third party software: Glassfish V2 Final Build Maven 2.0.7 Plugins required by Maven

1.14 Install the Application ServerGlassfish V2 Final Build can be downloaded from https://glassfish.dev.java.net After installing the Application server, make sure the environment variable AS_HOME points to the installation directory of the application server

1.15 Install MavenMaven is available from http://maven.apache.org/download.html After installing Maven2, make sure the bin directory is in your system environment variable PATH.

1.16 Configure MavenWhen building implementation, Maven needs to download libraries from a remote repository. So your computer must have internet access. The Maven local repository locates in an .m2 directory under your user home. Under .m2, a file called settings.xml contains the Maven remote repository configuration.

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The Homepage of JSR91 provides a FAQ section with details how to setup maven and its settings.xml file at https://jsr091-public.dev.java.net. You also need to update the variable AS_INSTALL in settings.xml with the right value.

1.17 Build the RI EAR fileTo build the reference implementation, change directory to src and execute command: mvn install If the build fails, the FAQ section of https://jsr091-public.dev.java.net or http://maven.apache.org/general.html might help.

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