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Tweet Geolocation Sample ======================== This sample application demonstrates inserting, updating and deleting twitter tag and geolocation information. Running The Sample ================== The application is very simple to build. It does require that you have Java JDK 1.6 or JDK 1.7 installed. It will require 2 terminal windows and one browser. Ideally you would run the application from a Mac or a Linux machine with a dekstop using Chrome, Safari or FireFox. In the first terminal window: 1. Export VOLT_HOME=<you voltdb home directory> 2. Run ./run.sh In the browser: 1. Open index.htm In the second terminal window: 1. Export VOLT_HOME=<you voltdb home directory> 2. Run ./run.sh client The first terminal window will compile the ddl, project and Java source files. It will then start the VoltDB server The browser will open the index.htm and display a map, an empty table and indicate that no records have been read. The second terminal window will run the data feed. It will populate the VoltDB. You will then see the browser begin to update. A chart will also be displayed. The tweet data is time sensitive and consequently will cause the counts to rise and then decline. The rate of rise and decline is fixed so there will be a steady climb, a peak and then a steady decline until the data reaches a plateau. The data expiration is done during the insertion process, which is why the data plateaus once the client data feed stops. You may rerun the client in terminal 2 to see the data flatline and then begin to climb again.