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Subject [Ws Wiki] Update of "Tuscany/TuscanyJava/SCA Java/GettingStarted" by SimonNash
Date Mon, 18 Dec 2006 01:26:51 GMT
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- Getting Started with Apache Tuscany SCA Java M2
+ = Getting Started with Apache Tuscany SCA Java M2 =
- -----------------------------------------------
  
- Downloading the Release Files
+ == Downloading the Release Files ==
- -----------------------------
  
  The following files are available for download:
  
@@ -33, +31 @@

  
  These archives all unpack into the current directory.
  
- Building the Source Distribution
+ == Building the Source Distribution ==
- --------------------------------
  
  To build the Tuscany SCA Java implementation from source:
- 1. Download the implementation source distribution tuscany-sca-1.0-incubator-M2-src.tar.gz
or
+  1. Download the implementation source distribution tuscany-sca-1.0-incubator-M2-src.tar.gz
or
-    tuscany-sca-1.0-incubator-M2-src.zip.
+     tuscany-sca-1.0-incubator-M2-src.zip.
- 2. Create an empty directory and unpack the source distribution into that directory.
+  2. Create an empty directory and unpack the source distribution into that directory.
- 3. Follow the instructions in the BUILDING.txt file that was unpacked.
+  3. Follow the instructions in the BUILDING.txt file that was unpacked.
  
  As part of the above build process, the SCA and commonj specification files will be downloaded
  as pre-built binaries from the remote maven repositories into your local maven repository.
  If you prefer, you can build these specification binaries from source and install them in
your
  local maven repository, as follows:
- 1. Download the SCA specification source distribution tuscany-spec-sca-r0.95-incubator-M2-src.tar.gz
+  1. Download the SCA specification source distribution tuscany-spec-sca-r0.95-incubator-M2-src.tar.gz
-    or tuscany-spec-sca-r0.95-incubator-M2-src.zip.
+     or tuscany-spec-sca-r0.95-incubator-M2-src.zip.
- 2. Create a new empty directory and unpack the source distribution into that directory.
+  2. Create a new empty directory and unpack the source distribution into that directory.
- 3. Change directory to the newly created directory and run "mvn install".  The SCA specification
+  3. Change directory to the newly created directory and run "mvn install".  The SCA specification
+     binary jar will be installed in your local maven repository.
+  4. Download the commonj specification source distribution tuscany-spec-commonj-1.1-incubator-M2-src.tar.gz
+     or tuscany-spec-commonj-1.1-incubator-M2-src.zip.
+  5. Create a new empty directory and unpack the source distribution into that directory.
+  6. Change directory to the newly created directory and run "mvn install".  The commonj
specification
     binary jar will be installed in your local maven repository.
- 4. Download the commonj specification source distribution tuscany-spec-commonj-1.1-incubator-M2-src.tar.gz
-    or tuscany-spec-commonj-1.1-incubator-M2-src.zip.
- 5. Create a new empty directory and unpack the source distribution into that directory.
- 6. Change directory to the newly created directory and run "mvn install".  The commonj specification
-    binary jar will be installed in your local maven repository.
  
- Installing the Binary Distribution
+ == Installing the Binary Distribution ==
- ----------------------------------
  
  If you prefer to run from a pre-built binary, proceed as follows:
- 1. Download the binary distribution tuscany-sca-1.0-incubator-M2-bin.tar.gz or
+  1. Download the binary distribution tuscany-sca-1.0-incubator-M2-bin.tar.gz or
-    tuscany-sca-1.0-incubator-M2-bin.zip.
+     tuscany-sca-1.0-incubator-M2-bin.zip.
- 2. Create an empty directory and unpack the binary distribution into that directory.
+  2. Create an empty directory and unpack the binary distribution into that directory.
- 3. In later sections of this document, we will refer to the directory that was created
+  3. In later sections of this document, we will refer to the directory that was created
-    in step 2 (or built from source following the alternative instructions above)
+     in step 2 (or built from source following the alternative instructions above)
-    as <sca-home>.
+     as <sca-home>.
  
- Building and Running the Samples
+ == Building and Running the Samples ==
- --------------------------------
  
- 1. Download the samples distribution tuscany-spec-sca-r0.95-incubator-M2-samples.tar.gz
+  1. Download the samples distribution tuscany-spec-sca-r0.95-incubator-M2-samples.tar.gz
-    or tuscany-spec-sca-r0.95-incubator-M2-samples.zip.
+     or tuscany-spec-sca-r0.95-incubator-M2-samples.zip.
- 2. Create a new empty directory and unpack the samples distribution into that directory.
+  2. Create a new empty directory and unpack the samples distribution into that directory.
- 3. Change directory to the newly created directory and run "mvn -N install".  This will
+  3. Change directory to the newly created directory and run "mvn -N install".  This will
-    install the samples parent pom.xml file into your local maven repository.
+     install the samples parent pom.xml file into your local maven repository.
- 4. Follow the instructions in the readme.html files for the various samples.
+  4. Follow the instructions in the readme.html files for the various samples.
     
- Tuscany SCA Java M2 files available from maven
+ == Tuscany SCA Java M2 files available from maven ==
- ----------------------------------------------
  
  The following Tuscany SCA Java M2 files have been published to the public maven respository
   http://people.apache.org/repo/m2-incubating-repository/
@@ -126, +120 @@

   org/osoa/sca-api-r0.95/1.0-incubator-M2/sca-api-r0.95-1.0-incubator-M2.jar
   org/apache/tuscany/commonj-api_r1.1/1.0-incubator-M2/commonj-api_r1.1-1.0-incubator-M2.jar
  
- Packaging a Standalone Tuscany Application
+ == Packaging a Standalone Tuscany Application ==
- ------------------------------------------
  
  To package a Tuscany application for running in the standalone environment
  (i.e., not within a web application), the application must be packaged as a
@@ -148, +141 @@

  the jar file.  See the SCA documentation and the Tuscany samples for details of
  how to write an SCDL file.
  
- Running a Standalone Tuscany Application
+ == Running a Standalone Tuscany Application ==
- ----------------------------------------
  
  To run a Tuscany application in the standalone environment, issue the following
  command:
@@ -159, +151 @@

  default.scdl file, and calls the main class of the application jar
  file <executable-jar>.
  
- Adding Extensions to the Standalone Environment
+ == Adding Extensions to the Standalone Environment ==
- -----------------------------------------------
  
  To add extensions to the standalone environment, you need to copy the required
  extension jars into the directory
@@ -178, +169 @@

    databinding-axiom-1.0-incubator-M2.jar
    wsdl-1.0-incubator-M2.jar
  
- Building a Tuscany Web Application
+ == Building a Tuscany Web Application ==
- ----------------------------------
  
  To package a Tuscany application for running in a web application container
  such as Apache Tomcat, the application must be packaged as a war file with
@@ -238, +228 @@

  <loadExtensionDependencies> set to true) to see what code needs to be included within
  the WEB-INF/tuscany/repository/dependency.metadata file.
  
- For Further Information
+ == For Further Information ==
- -----------------------
  
  If you have any questions about installing, building, or running Tuscany SCA Java M2 that
  are not answered here, please post them to either the tuscany-user@ws.apache.org list

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