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AT4AM.eu Running the e-parliament AT4AM (NSESA) project

Steps for fetching/compiling/installing/configuring/running/testing the e-parliament project of AT4AM. Let me know if they work for you!

See also running the e-parliament AT4AM (NSESA) project on production systems, which builds upon these steps.

Preparations

I'm sure these software versions have changed since I first installed them, so adapt your usage -- and please update this document.

Assumptions

  • You have 5-10 GB of disk space, depending on if you already have all software and Maven dependencies installed or not. (GWT's SOYC reports take up a lot of space; afaik they aren't useful at all for this project and the soycReport directories can be deleted.)
  • You make sure the environment variable AT4AM_TOMCAT used in the script below is set properly.
  • Any previously installed ~/nsesa-server.properties, setenv.sh, editor.war and services.war can and will be overwritten.
  • You will search-replace the instructions' <database-password> with a password generated by openssl rand -base64 24.
  • You will search-replace the instructions' <tomcat-password> with a password you choose. (If you don't change it, Tomcat will throw a configuration error.)

My setup

Software was installed using Homebrew and Homebrew-Cask.

  • Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite
  • Tomcat 7: brew install homebrew/versions/tomcat7
  • MySQL 5.6: brew install mysql
  • Java 1.7.0_76: brew cask install caskroom/versions/java7
  • Maven 3.2.5: brew install maven

Steps

Environment

# This path to Tomcat might differ on your system.
# For me it expands to `/usr/local/opt/tomcat7`.
AT4AM_TOMCAT=$(brew --prefix tomcat7)

# Had to explicitly set JAVA_HOME before compiling. You might have a different version.
export JAVA_HOME="$(/usr/libexec/java_home -v 1.7)"

# Creating two directory levels, as logs will be created one level above the execution folder.
mkdir at4am
cd at4am
mkdir e-parliament
cd e-parliament

Fetch, compile

nsesaProjects=(editor editor-an server-impl server-api standalone diff)

# Clone code from github.
for project in "${nsesaProjects[@]}";
do
	# Optionally use gitslave (gits attach).
	git clone "https://github.com/e-parliament/nsesa-$project.git" "nsesa-$project"
done

git clone https://github.com/e-parliament/e-parliament.github.com.git e-parliament.github.com

# Compile projects.
for project in "${nsesaProjects[@]}";
do
	pushd "nsesa-$project" >/dev/null

	# This will take quite some time (maybe 10-30 minutes) to complete for some projects.
	mvn install

	popd >/dev/null
done

Configure

# Increase the memory available to Tomcat, otherwise document handling (such as diffing) crashes.
cp "nsesa-standalone/src/main/resources/setenv.sh" "$AT4AM_TOMCAT"/libexec/bin

Set up AT4AM to use MySQL, then access your MySQL server to create a user and database:

# Configure AT4AM to use MySQL.
read -d '' mysqlSettings <<-'EOF'
jpa.database=MYSQL
jdbc.driver=com.mysql.jdbc.Driver
jdbc.url=jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/nsesa
jdbc.username=nsesa
jdbc.password=<database-password>
EOF

echo "$mysqlSettings" >~/nsesa-server.properties


# MySQL might already be running on your system.
# mysql.server start
mysql -u root

Execute these lines:

CREATE USER 'nsesa'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY '<database-password>';
CREATE DATABASE nsesa;
GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON nsesa.* TO 'nsesa'@'localhost';

Add a user in Tomcat's authentication system:

# Open up tomcat-users.xml for editing.
"$EDITOR" "$AT4AM_TOMCAT/libexec/conf/tomcat-users.xml"
<!-- Add these three lines inside of <tomcat-users> -->
  <role rolename="ROLE_ADMIN"/>
  <role rolename="ROLE_USER"/>
  <user username="nsesa" password="<tomcat-password>" roles="ROLE_ADMIN,ROLE_USER"/>

Install

# Remove any old AT4AM instance.
rm -r "$AT4AM_TOMCAT"/libexec/webapps/{editor,services}/

# Copy newly compiled code to Tomcat.
cp ./nsesa-editor-an/target/editor.war ./nsesa-server-impl/target/services.war "$AT4AM_TOMCAT/libexec/webapps/"

Run

# Start Tomcat in the current terminal window.
# If Tomcat was already running, you might want to find a way to look at the console output.
# Exit with Ctrl+c when you're tired of looking at it.
catalina run

# Peek at logs.
tail ../logs/*.log

Test


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