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Create a new Eclipse Scout project

If you haven't done so yet, change to the Scout perspective. On the folder Scout Projects, right click and choose New Scout Project in order to create a new Scout project.
The context menu to create a new Scout Project


As project name, enter eclipse.org.minicrm.
The wizard to create a new Scout Project


If you expand now the project tree it should have three nodes for client, shared and server as well as two nodes for the ui, ui.swing and ui.swt.
Project.jpg

Issues with Mac OS 10.6 and Swing Client: If you try to start the swing client in Mac OS 10.6, this might fail. To fix this go to the run configuration of the swing client. In the tab Arguments you have to remove -ws ${target.ws} from the program arguments and -Dorg.eclipse.swt.internal.carbon.smallFonts from the VM arguments.

Start the Server

Click on the server node and start the development server product by clicking on the green arrow.
ServerProduct.jpg

Test the Server

To test if the server is running properly, go to http://localhost:8080/minicrm/process. To log in, use admin as username and manager as password. There you should see a page with information about the server. The login information is defined in the config.ini file of the server product, click on open product and then change to the configuration tab in order to open it.
ServerProductConfiguration.jpg

Start the Client

Click on either the ui.swing or the ui.swt node and start the development client product by clicking on the green arrow. When asked for a login, enter the same login information as before, admin/manager (or any other user/password pair from the config.ini). An empty application window should appear.

Minicrm.jpg

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