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Installation screencast: Kuwaiba Open Network Inventory (Version 0.1.1) Part II

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OK, in the mean time, let's take a look to the next steps... I didn't include some of the past steps in the documentation... since they're trivial. It's just a normal installation for each required component. The actual server configuration begins at this point First, we are going to create a "Connection Pool"... It says that the administration console is listening at port 4848... so we go there. In the step 5... it's not really important what JNDI name we choose... but it is in the next step (6), since that name... is used in the descriptor file within the .ear package Coming up next, we will see that in detail. First we expand "Resources" -> "JBDC"... We can see the available Connection Pools by default... here, we hit "New"... Let's named it "KuwaibaPool", for instance... and it's a javax.sql.DataSource just as the screenshot taken here. It's very important to notice these additional parameters... because those are to be the actual configuration By default it shows us a few that we don't need Then we select "Postgres" here, of course We leave this value as is... and we explore the additional properties... we don't need this one ... but do this one... and this one don't... and finally we don't need this one Let's change this property for "User" (capitalized) ... as shown here... and now we fill the values just like the screenshot the first is "kuwaibadb", the password is "kuwaiba" or whatever you chose at setup time... the default Postgres port is 5432... running on "localhost" and the user is "kuwaibadbuser" Besides, we have to add some more... these are the ones shown here for example, driverClass... and in the value field, we put "org.postgresql.Driver" We require the URL as well... here we put "jdbc"... 5432 which is the port... and the resource name "kuwaibadb" Now we say "Finish"... and now our pool has been created Now we go to "JDBC" -> "JDBC Resources"... and we create a new one This one *must* be named as shown in the screenshot... unless you change the descriptor file within the ear package. This must be the name to use... That's why it says "mandatory" here, at least for the default config... "KuwaibaDB", with "K" and "DB" capitalized... That's the pool we just created, and nothing else is necessary Finally, we go to "Applications"... and deploy the server application. Now we go to the directory we put the bundle... and we select the .ear file... now we hit "OK"... and if the instructions were followed correctly... the deployment should have ended up fine Right after the deployment, we must test it with this... URL We can see it was deployed correctly... Now we go to the URL. Meanwhile, we go to the installers We now can see it got the WSDL successfully, this is... a webservice is running and everything is in the right place... in the WSDL we can see the list of available methods. Not let's run the client... We go to "installs"... and open the client zip file... we'll put it into "programs"... we drag the contents... and we can see it here and can be executed using the console... OK, now in the login window we can see the "user" and "password" fields... but expanding the connection settings, we can see it's possible... to get connected to another computer, assuming the server is running... anywhere else but localhost as we have client and server running on the same box... then it's not necessary to change the default settings. Remember that this URL should be the same... you tested to get the WSDL in the browser. The default user and password are "admin/kuwaiba"... so we log in... and we hit here... we can see the demo data restored from the backup... The containment hierarchy, for example... details on this will be shown in the next screencast... I just wanted to show you that everything worked fine. We can see that for instance, under "Building" only can be added "Floors" Thank you very much for following us... in these series of screencasts of project Kuwaiba. See you soon!

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Duration: 11 minutes and 47 seconds
Year: 2010
Country: Colombia
Language: Spanish (Spain)
Producer: Charles Bedon
Director: Charles Bedon
Views: 336
Posted by: kuwaiba on Aug 29, 2010

This is the second part of the installation screencast of project Kuwaiba (Using version 0.1.1 Stable). Please visit http://kuwaiba.sourceforge.net for details about the initiative.

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