Welcome to the Apache JUDDI Project!
Here's some quick notes for building, testing and deploying JUDDI from source.
See our website at https://juddi.apache.org
December 2023 - Apache jUDDI discussed potentially retiring the project. An annoucement was made via the ASF mailing lists. No response was received.
January 2023 - Apache jUDDI PCM team held a formal vote (it passed) to retire the project. It will be moving to the Apache Attic in the near future. See https://attic.apache.org/ for additional details.
What does this mean?
If you're still using Apache jUDDI, there will be no more releases from the jUDDI team at Apache. The source code and binaries will always be available, however there will be no support for security updates, patches, or new features.
We recommend to find a new solution, mitgrate to a different product, or if you're willing, fork Apache jUDDI and perform your own maintenance.
- Acquire a JDK8 and setup the JAVA_HOME environment variable
- Acquire Apache Maven. Known working version: 3.2.1 or newer
- Setup an environment variable, MAVEN_OPTS=-Xmx768m -XX:MaxPermSize=512m
- Make sure the Maven/bin folder and the JDK/bin folders are in the current path
mvn clean install
That should build the key modules of the project and test most of the Java components. Depending on your computer's speed, it can take up to 15 minutes to build.
To enable additional output during the build and test project:
mvn clean install -Ddebug=true
To build all of the project modules, including utilities and sample projects, run the majority of the integration tests and documentation (this is our CI build):
mvn clean install -Pdist
To attach the debugger to the build process
mvn -Dmaven.surefire.debug clean install
It listens on port 5005 by default. More info on debugging maven projects is here http://maven.apache.org/surefire/maven-surefire-plugin/examples/debugging.html
To setup an Eclipse environment, simply import the maven project.
To setup a Netbeans environment, start netbeans and open the maven based project
To build your changes locally and skip the the tests run:
mvn install -DskipTests=true
To start Juddi's embedded Tomcat server:
To build the .NET components of jUDDI
mono users use:
.net users user:
To test the .NET components of jUDDI using nunit
To run the integration tests on the .NET components of jUDDI using nunit
catalina run (start the jUDDI tomcat server) nunit-console.exe juddi-client.net-integration.test\bin\Debug\juddi-client.net-integration.test.dll
OpenJDK users: please install icedtea-plugin if you run into trouble with the juddi-gui-dsig project