Getting Started from Source
Project Overlord consists of a repository (S-RAMP), Design Time Governance (DTGov) and Run Time Governance (RTGov). This script will build S-RAMP and DTGov. Both of these projects have a GUI component. All components share login information using SAML bearer tokens. The SSO code lives in a shared project called overlord-commons. Because of these SSO complexities we currently support deploying to JBossEAP and Tomcat-7.
1. Check out the code from Governance on Github
This clones overlord-commons, s-ramp and dtgov from github. If you want to check out your own clones, then you can update the urls in the build.properties file.
going forward you can update using ant pull.
2. Download EAP 6.x.0 Final
You can skip this step if you’re going to deploy on tomcat. Navigate to http://www.jboss.org/jbossas/downloads then login and download EAP 6.x.0 Final (jboss-eap-6.x.0.zip) to this directory.
While your download is running you can kick off the build
Option 1. Deploy to JBossEAP
When both step 2 and 3 are finished you can deploy to JBossEAP by running
When ready, start EAP in standalone mode (jboss-eap-6.x/bin/standalone.sh) using a different shell
Option 2. Deploy to Tomcat
When step 2 is finished you can deploy to Tomcat by running
When ready, start Tomcat (apache-tomcat-<version>/bin/start.sh) using a different shell
You can now add the following section to your .m2/settings.xml
<server> <id>local-sramp-repo-snapshots</id> <username>admin</username> <password>your-admin-password</password> </server> <server> <id>local-sramp-repo-snapshots</id> <username>admin</username> <password>your-admin-password</password> </server>
Insert the admin password you supplied during step 4.
Make sure the applications are fully booted up before you start the seeding
This will upload the ontologies as well as the workflows. You can verify success using the s-ramp-ui. Demos for both S-RAMP and DTGov are available in their respective distribution directories.
Please use the overlord user forum if you need help or have any other questions. We hope you will become part of our community and start writing your own extensions. Looking forward to seeing some good Git pull requests.
The Overlord team.