The following concerns Niord 2.0 which is under development. The latest stable release is tagged with 1.0.1 in this repository
The niord-dk project contains Denmark-specific extensions for the
niord system, i.e. a system for producing and promulgating NW + NM T&P messages.
Niord is documented extensively at http://docs.niord.org
The niord-web web-application, found under the niord project, constitutes the main system for producing and promulgating navigational warnings and notices to mariners.
The niord-dk-web project is an overlay web-application that customizes niord-web for use in Denmark.
- Java 11
- Maven 3
- MySQL 5.7.10+ (NB: proper spatial support is a requirement)
- JBoss Wildfly 21+
- JBoss Keycloak 3.1+
The niord-appsrv project contains scripts for setting up Wildfly, Keycloak, etc.
However, the easiest way to get started developing on this project is to use Docker.
Starting MySQL and Keycloak
You may want to start by creating a .env file in your working directory, which overrides the environment variables (such as database passwords) used in the docker compose file.
The following commands will start two MySQL databases, one for the application server and one for Keycloak, and also run Keycloak itself.
mkdir $HOME/.niord-dk docker-compose -f dev/docker-dev-compose.yml pull docker-compose -f dev/docker-dev-compose.yml up -d
The initial mkdir command is just to avoid permission problems since docker would otherwise create it as owned by root.
Once this is up and running, create a Keycloak admin user (default niordadmin/keycloak) which can be used to create user groups and assign domain roles to the groups:
Enter http://localhost:8090/auth/ and check that you can log in using the Keycloak admin user.
Next, create and configure a Wildfly installation using:
Import or open the niord-dk project in your favorite IDE. Here we describe the IntelliJ set-up:
- Firstly, you may want to right-click the wildfly-10.1.0-Final folder and mark the folder as excluded.
- From Github, also check out the niord-dk parent niord projects.
- Import the niord-dk project in IntelliJ via its pom.xml.
- Under the "Maven Projects" also import the parent niord project.
- In Run -> Edit configuration..., configure a new local JBoss server based on the Wilfly installation produced above.
- Deploy "niord-dk-web:war exploded" to the server.
- If you have only updated web resources, there is no need to re-deploy the web application. Use the "Update resources" function instead.
- To get rid of superfluous IntelliJ code editor warnings, disable the "Declaration access can be weaker" and "Dangling Javadoc comment" inspections.
The Keycloak docker image creates an initial domain, "Master", and a Niord user, sysadmin/sysadmin, that should be used for the initial configuration of the system, whereupon they should be deleted.
Enter http://localhost:8080 and check that you can log in using the Niord sysadmin user.
Import the Danish test base data into Niord:
Within a minute or so, this will import domains, areas, categories, etc. needed to run the Niord-DK project. First clean up a bit:
- In Niord, under Sysadmin -> Domains, click the "Create in Keycloak" button for the "NW" and "NM" domains. This will create the two domains in Keycloak.
- In Keycloak, edit the "Sysadmin" user group. Under "Role Mappings", in the drop-down "Client Roles" select first "niord-nw" then "niord-nm" and assign the "sysadmin" client roles to the group.
- While in Keycloak, you may also want to define new user groups for editors and admins, and assign the appropriate client roles for "niord-nw" and "niord-nm" to the groups. Additionally, for admin-related groups (who should be able to manage users in Niord), assign the "manage-clients" and "manage-users" client roles of the "realm-management" client to the groups.
- Delete the "Master" domain in Niord and the corresponding "niord-client-master" client in Keycloak.
- Go through the configuration and settings of the Niord Sysadmin pages and adjust as appropriate.