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OpenTOSCA Container - TOSCA Runtime

Java CI with Maven License

Part of the OpenTOSCA Ecosystem

Build

  1. Run git update-index --assume-unchanged ./org.opentosca.container.core/src/main/resources/application.properties to ignore custom configuration changes inside the application.properties.
  2. Update application.properties and replace localhost with your external IP address, e.g., 192.168.1.100.
  3. Run mvn package inside the root folder.
  4. Afterwards, the OpenTOSCA-container.war can be deployed using a tomcat webserver.

Setup in IntelliJ

  1. Open the project using File > Open and navigate to the container folder.
  2. Right click the pom.xml and select Add as Maven project.
  3. Run the Container run configuration.

Setup in Eclipse

  1. Import project via Import existing maven projects..
  2. Add created war file of project org.opentosca.container.war to suitable server configured within your eclipse, e.g., Tomcat
  3. (AdditionalInfo) Usually the application runs on port 1337 and without a prefix in the path -> change port of tomcat to 1337 and remove the path of the added WAR project

Run via SpringBoot

  1. Run mvn install in root of project
  2. Go to directory org.opentosca.container.war and run mvn spring-boot:run and the runtime should be available under localhost:1337

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