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  • 1. Setting up an OpenFIDY Dev Environment Ian Ibbotson Knowledge Integration Ltd This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
  • 2. STOP
    • Here be dragons :) (Albeit friendly fluffy linux shaped ones)
    • 3. Do you really need to build the base aggregator
    • 4. Do you really need to build FIDY
    • 5. All components can be downloaded as zipped up installable units from
    • 6. http://bit.ly/OpenFIDY2016zip
  • 7. You Will Need (1/2)
    • Administrator Access on the Platform of your choice.
      • These Instructions for Ubuntu 10.10 Server ed
      • 8. Aggregator Regularly Built and Deployed on windows also.
  • 9. You Will Need (2)
    • The SUN JDK
      • Sorry.. The OpenJDK won't work (Yet)
    • Apache Maven
    • 10. A Database
      • Default config is for a MySQL db, deployed against postgres, oracle and MS SQL Server.
    • An active internet connection (At a decent speed to download dependencies)
    • 11. Subversion
  • 12. SUN JDK - Notes
    • apt-get install python-software-properties
    • 13. add-apt-repository ppa:sun-java-community-team/sun-java6
    • 14. apt-get update
    • 15. apt-get install sun-java6-jdk
    • 16. update-java-alternatives -s java-6-sun
  • 17. Installing Base Tools
    • Make sure your java and maven tools are correctly installed
      • Verify with “mvn -v” and “java -version”
      • 18. Please verify you are running the SUN JDK!
      • 19. Add MAVEN_HOME and JAVA_HOME to an RC file
      • 20. Add MAVEN_HOME/bin to path in RC also.
      • 21. (We use /etc/profile, YMMV)
  • 22. Checking Out the Source Code
    • svn checkout svn://developer.k-int.com/home/svn/repositories/default/ispp
      • N.B. This is direct to the subversion repository in anonymous mode rather than via the http interface.
  • 23. Building
    • cd ispp/datamodel/trunk
    • 24. mvn clean install
    • 25. cd ../../ispp-dpp
    • 26. mvn clean install
    • 27. cd ../../ispp-web-assemly
    • 28. mvn clean assembly
    • 29. cd target/output
    • 30. The .zip is your installable FIDY Deployment
  • 31. The End
    • See Installing and Running an OpenFIDY instance