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Documentation for the Qpid components can be accessed on our website at: http://qpid.apache.org/documentation.html Some initial helper info can be found below. ==== Building the code and running the tests ==== Here are some example Maven build commands that you may find useful. Clean previous builds output and install all modules to local repository without running any of the unit or system tests. mvn clean install -DskipTests Perform a subset of the tests mvn verify -Dtest=TestNamePattern* -DfailIfNoTests=false Execute system tests against Broker-J using Java 8 or above mvn verify -Pbroker-j Execute system tests with AMQP 0-9-1 against Broker-J using Java 8 and above mvn verify -Pbroker-j -Dqpid.amqp.version=0-9-1 Execute system tests against cpp broker available on PATH mvn verify -Pcpp Execute system tests against cpp broker by providing path to broker executable explicitly mvn verify -Pcpp -Dqpid.systest.broker.executable=/home/alex/qpid/qpidd -Dqpid.systest.broker.moduleDir=/home/alex/qpid/ Execute the unit tests and then produce the code coverage report mvn test jacoco:report For more details on how to build see: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/qpid/Qpid+Java+Build+How+To ==== Running client examples ===== Use maven to build the modules, and additionally copy the dependencies alongside their output: mvn clean package dependency:copy-dependencies -DskipTests Now you can then run the examples as follows: java -cp "client/example/target/classes/:client/example/target/dependency/*" org.apache.qpid.example.Hello The examples assume that a Broker is running on port 5672.
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