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Introduction

ODL Studio is free open source software for (a) customer mapping and analysis, (b) sales territory design, management and mapping and (c) vehicle fleet scheduling. ODL Studio works off an Excel spreadsheet and supports data editing, geocoding, interactive mapping and pdf report generation.

To download ODL Studio, please go to http://www.opendoorlogistics.com

Programmer's guide

The following guide is intended for programmers wishing to modify or add to the ODL Studio project. If you simply want to use ODL Studio, download it from http://www.opendoorlogistics.com and work through the tutorials on the website.

Building the projects

To build and run ODL Studio through Eclipse you need to import all of the following Eclipse projects. You do not need to import the Maven project odl-geotools-fat-jar as this is pre-built and its jar is available in the lib directory of com.opendoorlogistics.core.

After importing Eclipse should automatically link the dependencies between various projects (available under Project properties, Java Build Path, Projects). If this fails then setup the dependencies as listed below for each project.

Each project holds any 3rd party jars it is dependent on within its lib folder, so you don't need to download any other jars to build them.

List of Eclipse projects

com.opendoorlogistics.api

This is an Eclipse project defining the API which ODL plugin components use. The project defines interfaces only - it does not contain any implementation code.

Dependencies on other com.opendoorlogistics projects : none

com.opendoorlogistics.codefromweb

This is an Eclipse project containing miscellaneous pieces of code from various webpages (all weak copy-left) including a fork of the excellent jxmapviewer2 project (see https://github.com/msteiger/jxmapviewer2). They are kept separate from the main projects to simplify the copyright.

Dependencies on other com.opendoorlogistics projects : none

com.opendoorlogistics.components

This is an Eclipse project containing various built-in ODL Studio components (e.g. p-median optimiser, reporter, geocoders).

Dependencies on other com.opendoorlogistics projects : com.opendoorlogistics.api, com.opendoorlogistics.codefromweb, com.opendoorlogistics.core

com.opendoorlogistics.core

This is an Eclipse project containing the ODL Studio engine. The engine is the framework which loads components, runs scripts, draws the map etc.

Dependencies on other com.opendoorlogistics projects : com.opendoorlogistics.api, com.opendoorlogistics.codefromweb

Dependencies on other com.opendoorlogistics projects : com.opendoorlogistics.api, com.opendoorlogistics.codefromweb, com.opendoorlogistics.components, com.opendoorlogistics.core, com.opendoorlogistics.jsprit, com.opendoorlogistics.studio

com.opendoorlogistics.jsprit

This is the jsprit integration project which integrates the jsprit vehicle routing toolkit (https://github.com/jsprit/jsprit) into ODL Studio. To build it (a) export it from Eclipse as a fat jar (Export, Runnable jar) and (b) place the exported jar in the plugins subdirectory of the ODL Studio installation directory. The jar will be automatically loaded by ODL Studio, using the java simple plugin framework (https://code.google.com/p/jspf/). To debug it, place the fat jar in a plugins subdirectory within the Studio code directory and then debug ODL Studio as normal. You must build the jar before debugging.

When jsprit is loaded as a plugin it has its own separate class loader, to avoid 'jar hell' problems.

Dependencies on other com.opendoorlogistics projects : com.opendoorlogistics.api

com.opendoorlogistics.studio

This project contains the ODL Studio UI, based on java swing. To debug it, start the AppFrame.java class.

Dependencies on other com.opendoorlogistics projects : com.opendoorlogistics.api, com.opendoorlogistics.codefromweb, com.opendoorlogistics.components, com.opendoorlogistics.core