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README.md

Pet Catalog Sample

This is a full JEE6 sample with JSF2.0, EJB3.1 and JPA2.0.

This example uses the JavaEE framework from the Stackato legacy buildpack.

Database configuration

Because we have indicated a framework tag in the manifest.yml file, Stackato will use the legacy buildpack with the indicated framework (In this case, java_ee).

We have also indicated that the app needs a mysql service, so Stackato will create one and associate it to the application.

To access this service, there is a persistence-unit tag in the persistence.xml file which binds automatically to your database.

It's that easy!

Building the Application

It is possible to build the application either with Ant or Maven.

Ant

Make sure your have Ant installed. Then, cd into the root directory and execute:

ant clean package

That will create the catalog.war file within the 'target' directory.

Maven

Make sure you have Maven installed. Then, cd into the root directory and execute:

mvn clean package

That will create the catalog.war file within the 'target' directory.

Running the Application

To run the application, make sure you have the Stackato client installed and that you are logged in successfully for your desired target environment (e.g. http://api.stackato.local).

Then execute:

stackato push -n 

Notice that it detected the app type as "Java EE Application".

Then go on your application url.

That's all. Have fun!

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