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Quick-Start FAQ =============== Use this file to specify features and important developer-related information in your application. To build this application - you must be using Ant 1.5.1 and have your $J2EE_HOME set to your J2EE SDK install directory. You can also copy the j2ee.jar file to lib/j2sdkee1.4/lib. J2EE 1.4 is not required yet, so using a 1.3 lib is fine. You can also pass in the parameter such as ant -Dj2ee.jar=/path/to/jar. You will also need to copy junit.jar into your $ANT_HOME/lib directory. ** IMPORTANT NOTE FOR TOMCAT 5 USERS ** You will need to copy Java Mail JAR (mail.jar, activation.jar) files into $CATALINA_HOME/common/lib to use Log4j's SMTPAppender to get e-mail notification of errors. If you don't want to use this, remove the SMTPAppender stuff from log4j.properties in web/WEB-INF/classes. To run this application, you will need to perform the following tasks: 1. Copy build.properties.sample and database.properties.sample to build.properties and database.properties. See properties.xml for other options. 2. Adjust the database.properties file to fit your system - the username and password for the database must have database/table create rights. It currently creates a mysql "CIPService" database using the user: root/admin. It also grants the user "test" (password: test) full rights to this database. 3. Run "ant setup-db". 4. Test that the db access code works with: ant test-ejb -Dtestcase=UserDAOTest ant test-web -Dtestcase=UserManagerTest 5. Setup Tomcat running "ant setup-tomcat deploy". This puts a mysql jdbc driver in $CATALINA_HOME/common/lib, puts a CIPService.xml file in $CATALINA_HOME/webapps/ and deploys the application. 6. Start Tomcat and test the web login using: ant test-canoo -Dtestcase=login What is AppFuse? - It's an application that is meant to demonstrate how to use XDoclet with Struts to generate your Forms, web.xml, struts-config.xml, and validation.xml. It's also designed to show how you can use the different security packages (i.e. form-based authentication, SSLExt) and advanced Struts techniques (i.e. Tiles, Validator) to build your webapps. Where do I put my own code? - The build file is setup so that you can place your own packages anywhere under the /src directory. For database access code, it's recommended that you put it under the src/ejb directory. What targets does the build file accept? - Run "ant -projecthelp" for a complete list of available tasks. ==+== This file created by AppFuse, an open source project by Matt Raible ==+==