This project aims to make your life easier while you write Dovetail SDK based applications. Included in this project are two example applications:
- Easily pull data out of your Clarify database and into view models using Model Maps.
- Simplify calling Dovetail SDK APIs and ad hoc data access while making it easy to manager your session usage using IClarifySessionCache.
- Native ASP.Net authentication support that integrates with Dovetail SDK making it easy to do API operations a behalf of the current user.
- Web service API token authentication support for FubuMVC applications
Our premier example is a web application using Dovetail SDK and FubuMVC. This web application is a good starting point for whatever information or user experiences you wish to expose for your Dovetail/Clarify applications.
This example web application can:
- Authenticate a clarify user.
- Show the current user their open cases.
- Show history for a given case.
- Display Gbst lists and details.
- Examples for exposing Dovetail SDK API calls as web service APIs.
Bootstrap build process downloads dependent components from the Internet, so Internet access is required.
Bootstrap requires .Net 4.0 Full is dependant on the Dovetail SDK nuget package bundled with the Dovetail SDK starting with version 3.2 released January 19th 2012. We recommend that you use Visual Studio 2010 SP1 with IIS Express installed.
To download the latest version of Dovetail SDK sign onto Dovetail's Support Center and click on My Products. If you are entitled to Dovetail SDK you will see it in your list of products. If you do not have access to Dovetail SDK or wish to become a Dovetail customer please contact us
Out of the box Bootstrap is looking for the Dovetail SDK nuget package in
c:\Program Files\Dovetail Software\fcSDK. If you installed Dovetail SDK to another directory please edit Nuget.targets with the correct path.
We use rake for our build automation. If you do not have rake already installed.
- Download the ruby installer for Windows.
Go to a command prompt.
gem install rake
Add required gems.
gem install albacore
Run Rake to build and run unit tests.
Update Config Settings
To take the web application for a spin you'll need to update your web.config with your database connection settings for your development Clarify database instance.
rakefile.rb should get updated with the correct database connection settings for your test database.
### Edit these settings DATABASE = "mobilecl125" DATABASE_TYPE = "mssql" DATABASE_CONNECTION = "Data Source=localhost;Initial Catalog=mobilecl125;User Id=sa;Password=sa"
To run the integration tests:
Important: Integration test runs will create test data. Do not put in your production connection details
Optional - Schema update
The authentication token feature for bootstrap APIs require a schema change. Yes we have automation for that! If you have Dovetail Schema Editor installed all you have to do is:
Cool thing about this automation is any schemascript files present in the schema directory will get applied. Have fun.
If you want to do this with Amdoc's ddcomp tool... You should really try Schema Editor
Take it for a spin
Open the Solution
Double click on the 2010 Visual Studio solution: /source/Bootstrap.sln
Make sure Web is your startup project. If it is. The Web project will be bold in your Solution Explorer.
Hit Ctrl+F5 to build and launch the site.
nuget:update - Update nuget dependencies for the entire project
nuget:build - Update nuget dependencies for the entire project