International Waste Shipments (IWS) Service
There are European and UK rules governing how you can ship waste into or out of the country.
The regulations apply from the point of loading the waste until it has been fully recovered or disposed of at the destination facility. If you fail to follow them, you may be committing a criminal offence and risk prosecution, financial penalties and/or imprisonment.
The following system dependencies are required to build the solution:
Obtain the source code
Clone the repository, copying the project into a working directory:
git clone https://github.com/EnvironmentAgency/prsd-iws.git
Build the solution
- Open the IWS solution file (EA.Iws.sln).
- In Visual Studio, configure the NuGet Package Manager ('Tools' -> 'NuGet Package Manager' -> 'Package Manager Settings') to:
- Allow NuGet to download missing packages.
- Automatically check for missing packages during build in Visual Studio.
- Build the project. NuGet will download the missing packages.
Setup the database
The IWS project uses AliaSQL to manage the creation of and updates to the database.
- Within the solution, find the EA.Iws.Database project.
- Open the App.config of this project. In the appSettings, set the value for 'DatabaseServer' as the database server to be used. The local SQL server express database (.\SQLEXPRESS) will be used if this value is not set.
- You can alter the value of 'DatabaseName' if you wish the database to be created with a different name.
- Run the database project (this can be in debug mode). You will be shown a list of possible actions. Choose 'Create', which will run the scripts to create the database.
Contributing to this project
If you have an idea you'd like to contribute please log an issue.
All contributions should be submitted via a pull request.
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