This application reads taxonomic and occurrence data from ElasticSearch as indexed by dwc-bot-es and index analysis such as Extent of Occurrences, Area of Occupancy and others to provide a Extinction Risk Assessment as defined by IUCN methodology criterion B.
First, start your ElasticSearch 5.0.
Then run the dwc-bot-es.
After dwc-bot-es has indexed the needed data, run this bot.
Run with Docker
Run the docker container
$ docker run -d -volume /etc/biodiv:/etc/biodiv:ro diogok/rrapp-idx
Run the JAR
Download the latest jar from the realases page and run it:
$ java -server -jar rrapp-idx.jar
It will look for a configuration file on /etc/biodiv/config.ini or at the file defined by CONFIG environment variable.
The configuration file looks like the following:
ELASTICSEARCH=http://localhost:9200 INDEX=dwc SOURCE=lista_especies_flora_brasil LOOP=false
ElasticSearch tells to which elasticsearch server to connect. INDEX tells which ElasticSearch index to use. SOURCE define which checklist use from the Resources indexed. LOOP defines if the rrapp-idx should run in loop(true) or only once(false).
You can set the configuration override to use with environment variables, such as:
$ CONFIG=/etc/biodiv/dwc.ini ELASTICSEARCH=http://localhost:9200 INDEX=dwc java -jar rrapp-idx.jar
Or all options combined:
$ LOOP=true ELASTICSEARCH=http://localhost:9200 INDEX=dwc java -jar rrapp-idx.jar
If not running on a system with environment variables you can also set them using java properties, as such:
$ java -jar -DLOOP=true -DCONFIG=/etc/biodiv/config.ini -DELASTICSEARCH=http://localhost:9200 -DINDEX=dwc rrapp-idx.jar