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S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
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S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
S/W Design and Modularity using Maven
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The presentation is related to the firm where I rebuilt an existing non-maven project to the maven-based project with the best willingness of a proper modularity designs.
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  • 1. S/W Design and Modularity using Maven 2Tibor Digaňa
  • 2. Goals• Modularity• Maven• Demos
  • 3. Agenda• Necessary understanding of modularity helps you better understand the Maven features;• Mandatory Maven theory with demos;• Solving Real Project Problem;• Extra Demos: Maven plugins, FTP Deployment, SCM, Site, Javadoc, JIRA in Maven, Query Builder project and other, building WAR in JEE, Maven vs. corporative build process, TeamCity, Ant in Maven, classpath via dependency plugin, …
  • 4. Modularity and the Maven?• Without feeling for Modularity you are doing in Maven something that you do not know what it is;• If you consider the Maven as a build tool, then you are completely wrong;• Maven like other tool, e.g. Apache Ivy, helps you building a modular application.
  • 5. What is Maven?Maven is a software project management andcomprehension tool. Based on the concept ofa Project Object Model (POM), Maven canmanage a projects build, reporting anddocumentation from a central piece ofinformation.
  • 6. Maven is just a tool!• Just like JDK and Java programming language, does not guarantee right design in your hands, using the same twice you can produce useful or bad design;• Using Maven right way, whatever corporative rule;• The Maven solves information hiding in modular application, and provides dependencies inheritance;• Maven solves compile-time dependencies in modular application;• Maven has runtime scope in dependencies as well;• Maven controls build life cycle in specific packaging;• If you only want to compile pure sources, use the Ant.
  • 7. Maven is just a tool!• OOP has attributes for information hiding and the Maven has attributes of information hiding in modularity as well;• Builds an artifact based on module POM;• Encapsulates POM with dependencies in e.g. JAR package;• Inheritance of dependencies;• Overrides dependencies;• Includes/Excludes dependencies;• Polymorphic behavior of artifact does not exist;• Only configuration using profiles;
  • 8. Granularity and Modules• Classes are “somehow” logically grouped in to packages (unit);• Granularity is the measure of a convenient unit for organizing small and large applications
  • 9. Design Patterns and Principles• For a concrete problem definition, the design principle specifies the relationship between object reference types;• Design Principles help you design units like modules, packages and classes in the package in favor of reusability, maintainability and robustness.
  • 10. Granularity as a General Problem of Design Two bad concepts in packaging• One package in entire application• Over-packagingBoth lead to a disorder (hell of the classes) where packages have no context and domain is missing.Hard to find rules in visibility of the classes.So, information hiding must apply to packages in compile-time and run-time!
  • 11. Design Principles go with UML• The Open Closed Principle (OCP)• The Liskov Substitution Principle (LSP)• The Dependency Inversion Principle (DIP)• The Interface Segregation Principle (ISP)• The Reuse/Release Equivalence Principle (REP)• The Common Reuse Principle (CRP)• The Common Closure Principle (CCP)• The Acyclic Dependency Principle (ADP)Reference: http://www.objectmentor.com/resources/articles/granularity.pdfhttp://www.objectmentor.com/resources/publishedArticles.html
  • 12. Composite/Structured Design by Glendford J. Myers
  • 13. DemoUsing Maven in Real Application
  • 14. Fine grained Modularity• Each domain package is a module• Domain package is atomic –indivisible context• Pros/cons• Continuous development on modules which are not able to compile
  • 15. Dependencies Matrix of a Real Application without Maven
  • 16. Can we apply fine grained modularity in this s/w design ?• No, we cannot apply it without redesigning dependencies• Reason: For instance the interface parser.ISheetParser depends on data.SheetDocument and vice-versa.• Current s/w design has cyclic dependencies in packages.
  • 17. Data depends on Parser Package
  • 18. Parser Depends on Data Package
  • 19. How to prevent from Cyclic Dependencies?• Acyclic Dependency Principle (ADP)• Add an extra module/package with an abstract Class or an Interface
  • 20. Let’s prevent from cyclic dependencies in continuous development• Make custom dependency rules unbreakable in package hierarchy
  • 21. Let’s prevent from cyclic dependencies in continuous development
  • 22. Let’s prevent from cyclic dependencies in continuous developmentUnfortunately you cannot successfully export Dependency Violation settings to “Project_Default.xml” either to settings.jar via File|Export Settings.Thus you still need IDEA project files in your CVS.
  • 23. Let’s prevent from cyclic dependencies in continuous development
  • 24. In the Maven this is more sophisticated• The key is relationship between modules• Maven is a build tool• Maven controls the build life cycle• Maven can be used in IDE without IDE’s project files (including some global settings.jar)
  • 25. Applying Maven as a Tool• A bad design of POM.XML when modularity is not properly considered;• POM.XML reflecting a good modularity concept
  • 26. Minimum information for modular app• pom.xml• mvn idea:idea(mvn org.apache.maven.plugins:maven-idea-plugin:idea)
  • 27. DemoLet’s create the IDEA project files from pom.xml
  • 28. Minimum information for modular app Using Maven in IDEA we Do NOT need IDEA project files in CVS. Mainly you need Maven command line, pom.xml and settings.jar
  • 29. Development using IDEA and MavenTwo approaches to get IDEA/Maven project1. Having pom.xml create IDEA project files mvn idea:idea2. Create pom.xml altogether with project files directly in IDEA Create New Project|Create project from scratch|Maven Module|…
  • 30. DemoNow follow the second approach in IDEA.
  • 31. Demo with complete project• Setting Maven Home directory in IDEA• Maven settings.xml in IDEA• Specifying local repository in IDEA
  • 32. Introduction to the Standard Directory Layout
  • 33. As a convention we use these files in ${basedir}• LICENSE.TXT• NOTICE.TXT• README.TXT
  • 34. Maven Project Settings in IDEA
  • 35. Demo Started Build• Start the build in profile “development”• Start the build in profile “release”
  • 36. Maven 2 Installation Package• ${maven.home}/bin/*.* runtime and debugging scripts• ${maven.home}/boot/*.jar classloading framework• ${maven.home}/conf/settings.xml• ${maven.home}/lib/*.jar Maven 2 core library for core classloader
  • 37. Maven 2 Core Classloader• The Apache Codehaus Classworlds JAR is used to boot the classloader graph.• The core classloader uses libraries in ${maven.home}/lib and extensions.• These libraries in Maven 2 are visible to current and subsequent projects.• Changes in Maven 3.1 + OSGiReferenceshttp://maven.apache.org/guides/mini/guide-maven-classloading.htmlhttp://www.parleys.com/#st=5&id=1630
  • 38. Maven 2 Plugin Classloader• Has plugin’s dependencies list as specified by plugins/plugin section in POM XML;• Does not use project’s classloader, but may require using custom class loader of projects compile, runtime, and test class path.Referenceshttp://maven.apache.org/guides/mini/guide-maven-classloading.html
  • 39. Building Phases in Maven Core• *uber.jar!/**/*.*/components.xml contains default phases per packaging typeReferencehttp://maven.apache.org/guides/introduction/introduction-to-the-lifecycle.html
  • 40. Demo Super POM• In Maven 2 installation dir (by default: $(user.home)/.m2/) with model version 4.0.0• lib/maven-2.2.1-uber.jar/org/apache/maven/project/pom-4.0.0.xml• Each POM and parent POM extends Super POM• Super POM defines central-release-plugin/repository http://repo1.maven.org/maven2• Standard Maven Directory Layout and properties ${directory} == ${pom.basedir}/target outputDirectory == classes finalName == ${project.artifactId}-${project.version} testOutputDirectory == test-classes, etc.• pluginManagement for phases of default build life cycle including clean, and site phases and their plugin versions
  • 41. What did we create?<groupId>com.idsscheer</groupId><artifactId>spreadsheet</artifactId> <version>2.0.1</version>
  • 42. Identifying Artifact• Min required fields is groupId:artifactId:version so-called standard coordinate. The groupId and artifactId might be inherited from parent POM;• The Maven sometimes print out coordinates groupId:artifactId:packaging:version groupId:artifactId:packaging:classifier:version• More generally ‘fileName’ of deploy library ${artifactId}-${version}-${classifier}.${packaging} e.g. spreadsheet-2.0.0-jdk1.5.jar Unless fileName is overridden in build section.• Dependency type can be jar, war, etc., or combined with an extension, e.g. test-jar.
  • 43. Demo• Newly created structured using Maven• Compare with old project structure of directory layout• Clarity and minimum info in new structure
  • 44. Offline Command Line Options• -o #maven build in offline mode• -npu #no plugin updates• -npl #no plugin latest
  • 45. Maven Project ModelExplaining XML tags in POMReference:http://maven.apache.org/ref/2.2.1/maven-model/maven.html
  • 46. settings.xmlhttp://maven.apache.org/settings.html
  • 47. Modularity Pros• Asynchronous project flow• A project module in IDE without the rest• Easier maintenance• Minimizes coupling• Using interfaces/mock object testable design• Reusability• Error prone• Conceptual diagramReferences:http://www.objectmentor.com/resources/articles/granularity.pdfhttp://www.infoq.com/articles/modular-java-what-is-ithttp://java.dzone.com/articles/java-modularity-2-why
  • 48. Modularity only If no pure Reusability?• Still makes sense to have modular app if pure reusability (one usage of a module).
  • 49. Modularity sustains a continuous Progress of Development• From Spaghetti code to modular app
  • 50. What is NOT Artifact Reusability• Textually inserted bunch of program to another program; (junit, junit-dep);• Re-assembly library into another library; (Reusability is the most often claimed goal of OOD.)Reference:http://www.objectmentor.com/resources/articles/granularity.pdf
  • 51. What is Artifact Reusability• My project links with another dependency.• Whenever a new dependency artifact is fixed or enhanced, I receive new version.Reference:http://www.objectmentor.com/resources/articles/granularity.pdf
  • 52. Modularity Cons• Hell of classes if wrong separation concept. Means mismatched domain package/module.• Hell of transitive dependencies.• Runtime scope different from compile scope.• People assigned to a module development may not necessarily have a global picture of view, which on the other hand improved work concentrations in current project of module.
  • 53. Artifact Versioning• <major>.<minor>.<incremental>-<qualifier>• 1.3-beta-01• 1.3.5• 1.3.5-SNAPSHOT• 1.3.5-1234567890References:http://www.sonatype.com/books/mvnref-book/reference/pom-relationships-sect-pom-syntax.htmlhttp://www.sonatype.com/books/mvnref-book/reference/pom-relationships-sect-project-dependencies.html#pom-relationships-sect-version-ranges
  • 54. NoticeSeparating build number/qualifier is broken.Versions are naturally ordered as strings.Thus alpha-2 is greater than alpha-10.Therefore prefix with preceding zeros: alpha-02
  • 55. NoticeIf specifying dependency or plugin version like:<version>1.2.3</version>This is Maven’s freedom to prefer version 1.2.3or take other in conflicts.Explicit version must be encapsulated:<version>[1.2.3]</version>Reference (conflicts resolution):http://maven.apache.org/guides/introduction/introduction-to-dependency- mechanism.html
  • 56. Artifact Versions in Range• [4.0,)• (,2.0)• [2.0]• [3.8,4.0)
  • 57. Two contradictory goals• Need for an overall of “big picture” in multi module projects.• The goal of high module independence is to know as little as possible of system reminders
  • 58. Conclusion on what has changed in p4://Modules/libs/spreadsheet/Develop/2.0.x• Added LICENSE.TXT; NOTICE.TXT; README.TXT; src/main/config/settings.xml• Added directories src/main/java, resources; src/test/java;• Modified spreadsheet.iml; *.ipr; *.iws;• Moved ./build/gen/**/*.java to src/main/java/**/parser/…• Moved ./source/*.java (except for applications) to src/main/java/…• Moved applications from ./source/*.java to src/test/java/…• Moved JUnit tests from ./testsource/*.java to src/test/java/…• Moved one resource ./build/gen/**/SheetParser.tokens to src/main/resources/…
  • 59. What to do when tests failSee the logs and localize the detailed error desc.• running ASheetOperationTestCase Tests run: 5, Failures: 1, Errors: 4, Skipped: 0, Time elapsed: 0.07 sec <<< FAILURE!• Localize the report in ./target/surefire-reports• ASheetOperationTestCase.txt or xml• And analyse the Java stack trace
  • 60. Demo What to do when tests fail• ASheetOperationTestCase.txt• ASheetOperationTestCase.xml
  • 61. How do I add resources to my JAR?Intended storage (or override by property in build)• ${basedir}/src/main/resources• ${basedir}/src/test/resourcesA good practice is to create and use META-INF.Regarding the Java Services create in basedir: src/main/resources/META-INF/service/<interface>
  • 62. Standard Maven Directory Layout
  • 63. NoticeJAR packaging plugin creates• Directory META-INF• File META-INF/MANIFEST.MFAnd additionally target/classes/META-INF/${pom.groupId}/${pom.artifactId}/• pom.properties• pom.xml
  • 64. Retrieve Resource in Source CodeInputStream is = getClass() .getResourceAsStream("/META-INF/application.properties" )
  • 65. How do I filter resource files? As in the previous slides the resource file is “application.properties”.Put a reference to the property that will contain a filtered value using the syntax ${< property name >} Property names must be unique in a profile.
  • 66. Filtering ResourcesResource content examples: # application.properties application.name=${project.name} application.version=${project.version} jdk.path=${env.JAVA_HOME} application.root.dir=${user.dir} message=${my.filter.value} command=${command.line.prop} isOffline=${settings.offline}
  • 67. Notice• Semantics ${project.xyz} == ${pom.xyz} == ${xyz}• Semantics ${pom.xyz} and ${xyz} are Deprecated
  • 68. Filtering ResourcesThree properties references must be obtained:• my.filter.value• command.line.prop• settings.offline
  • 69. Filtering Resources by a Filter File<project> <build> <filters> <filter>src/main/filters/filter.properties</filter> </filters> <resources> <resource> <directory>src/main/resources</directory> <filtering>true</filtering> </resource> </resources> </build></project>
  • 70. Filtering Resources by a Filter File• An example of filter file content:# filter.propertiesmy.filter.value=hello!What about language specific properties.Use a custom profile for specific language build.
  • 71. Filtering ResourcesHow to filter resource property command.line.prop ?POM.XML:<project> <properties> <command.line.prop>hello</command.line.prop> </properties></project>Or use system property handled in phase process-resourcesmvn process-resources "-Dcommand.line.prop=hello again"
  • 72. Notice• System property has higher priority than a property with same name defined in POM;• Properties must be unique in certain profile.
  • 73. Filtering ResourcesHow to filter resource property settings.offline ?SETTINGS.XML:<settings> <offline>true</offline></settings>
  • 74. Filtering Resources Resources are processed in phase process-resourcesExample: mvn process-resouces
  • 75. After Installing the Release Versionscustom the command (-Prelease is profile name)mvn -s src/main/config/settings.xml clean install –P release1. First we installed version 2.0.22. And then 2.0.1LibRepository/com/idsscheer/spreadsheet/
  • 76. Artifact Installation the Release Versions
  • 77. Artifact Installation the Release Versions
  • 78. Artifact Installation the Snapshot Version Installation 2.0.2-SNAPSHOTmvn -s src/main/config/settings.xml clean install

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