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= Getting started with the Workshop =
 
= Getting started with the Workshop =

Revision as of 12:25, 26 August 2013

Setting up an Environment for the OSLC Workshop

OSLC Workshop

The OSLC Workshop was originally designed to go along with a VMWare image which had all of the prerequisites installed and the projects pre-loaded in the Eclipse IDE. These instructions are intended to help you run the workshop outside of VMWare in your own Eclipse IDE.

Bugzilla

The workshop takes you through a scenario where you build an OSLC Adapter for the Bugzilla open source bug tracking tool. You must have access to a Bugzilla 4.0.x or higher server. By default, the workshop Lab projects are configured to use a public Bugzilla server on the internet called landfill. If you want to use landfill, you will need to create a new account.

Alternatively, you can install your own Bugzilla server from the Bugzilla project home. You will need to ensure that Bugzilla's XML-RPC support is working. The SOAP::Lite and Test::Taint Perl modules must be installed for XML-RPC to work. See the Bugzilla installation and configuration documentation for details.

Rational Jazz tools

An optional Lab in the workshop works through connecting the Bugzilla OSLC adapter to a Rational Jazz tool supporting OSLC such as Rational Team Concert. If you wish to run this Lab, you will need administrative access to an RTC server of your own. If you wish to install your own server with a trial license, it can be found here.

Eclipse IDE Prerequisites

Clone the Lyo Git repositories

You will need to clone three Lyo Git repositories to get all of the code needed for the workshop.

  1. org.eclipse.lyo.core.git: Lyo OSLC4J
  2. org.eclipse.lyo.server.git: Lyo OAuth provider
  3. org.eclipse.lyo.docs.git: Lyo OSLC Workshop source code and documentation


Lyo-core-git-repo.png

  • On the Branch Selection page, select the master branch
  • On the Local Destination page, specify a location or accept the default and click Finish

Repeat the above steps for org.eclipse.lyo.server.git and org.eclipse.lyo.docs.git.

The repositories should now show up in your Git Repositories view. Next step is to import the projects.

Import Eclipse projects from the git repository

  1. Import projects for OSLC4J
    • In the Git Repositories view, right click org.eclipse.lyo.core and select Import Projects
    • Select the Import Existing Projects wizard and click next
    • Import the projects you want. At a minimum, you must import
      • org.eclipse.lyo.oslc4j.core
      • org.eclipse.lyo.oslc4j.provider.jena
      • org.eclipse.lyo.oslc4j.provider.json4j
      • org.eclipse.lyo.oslc4j.wink
  2. Import projects for the Lyo OAuth provider
    • In the Git Repositories view, right click org.eclipse.lyo.server and select Import Projects
    • Select the Import Existing Projects wizard and click next
    • Import the projects you want. At a minimum, you must import
      • org.eclipse.lyo.server.oauth.consumerstore
      • org.eclipse.lyo.server.oauth.core
      • org.eclipse.lyo.server.oauth.webapp
  3. Import projects with the Workshop documentation
    • In the Git Repositories view, right click org.eclipse.lyo.docs and select Import Projects
    • Select the Import Existing Projects wizard and click next
    • Import the projects you want. At a minimum, you must import
      • Lab1 - Lab6
      • ninacrm
      • LabMiscellaneous

Along with the Lab projects there is a project called org.eclipse.lyo.oslc4j.bugzilla. This is the completed OSLC Bugzilla adapter.

Getting started with the Workshop

The Lab 1 content includes a PDF with the workshop documentation. The documentation currently includes references to the VMWare image users and passwords and URLs which will only work if the hostname you are working on is "oslc". To have these URLs work on your system, give your systems loopback address (127.0.0.1) an additional hostname of oslc:

  • On a Linux, Mac or other Unix system, edit /etc/hosts. On Windows, edit \Windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts
  • Add oslc as a hostname for 127.0.0.1. Example: 127.0.0.1 localhost oslc

Configuring the Bugzilla server and user

Instead of bugs@localhost.here as the user, you will need to use a login for your Bugzilla server, whether that is on landfill or on your own Bugzilla server. To configure the adapter with your Bugzilla server location and user:

  • Each Lab project as a file called bugz.properties in the src/main/resources folder. Edit this file
  • set the value of bugzilla_uri to the base URI of your Bugzilla server (default is landfill)
  • set the value of admin to your Bugzilla user (e-mail address)