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This is the source code of the trainingApp an abas Essentials Application build on the abas Essentials SDK.

General setup

Add a file to your $GRADLE_USER_HOME.

#If you use a proxy add it here

nexusUser=<extranet username>
nexusPassword=<extranet password>

To create the common development setup for IntelliJ run

./gradlew idea

To create the common development setup for Eclipse run

./gradlew eclipse

Or just import the project as a Gradle project


To install the project make sure you are running the docker-compose.yml file or else change the file accordingly to use another erp client (you will still need a nexus server, but it can of course also be installed in your erp installation or elsewhere as long as it is configured in the file).

To use the project's docker-compose.yml file, in the project's root directory run:

docker login --username <extranet user> --password <extranet password>
docker-compose up

Once it's up, initialize the with the appropriate values by running:


Now, you need to load all the $HOMEDIR/java/lib dependencies into the Nexus Server. This is only necessary once as long as the essentials_nexus container is not reinitialized. Run the following gradle command to upload the dependencies to the Nexus Server:

./gradlew publishHomeDirJars

Now you can install the project as follows:

./gradlew fullInstall


If you want to make changes to the project before installing you still need to run the docker-compose.yml file or at least have a Nexus Server set up to work with.

Then run

./gradlew publishHomeDirJars

You also need to run

./gradlew publishClientDirJars
./gradlew idea eclipse

to upload the $MANDANTDIR/java/lib dependencies to the Nexus Server and set eclipse up to work with the uploaded dependencies.

After that the code should compile both with gradle and in IntelliJ/Eclipse and you are set up to work on the code or resource files as you want.

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