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This is the ESDS. It contains the backend for the project. The main projects that are to be used are ingestion-service, api, simple-idp, search-indexer, dashboard, admin-tools and databrowser. All of the projects are Maven driven with the exception of admin-tools and databrowser. Those are both Rails applications. This project runs on Java 7 and…

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README.md

Summary

This is the ESDS and databrowser. All of the projects are Maven driven with the exception of admin-tools and databrowser. Those are both Rails applications. This project runs on Java 7 and Maven 3. For Ruby, version 2.0.0 is the recommended version.

*Note - These instructions were written using Ubuntu 12.04 & above.

Prerequisites

MongoDB

  • Version 2.4.8 is a tested version. Version 2.6 is the current version but is incompatible.
  • Used as the database for the system.
  • Required to be running locally
  • Add smallfiles=true to your mongodb.conf

ActiveMQ

  • Version 5.8 is the current version.
  • Used as a processor for ingestion
  • Required to be running locally
  • Stomp must be activated. Add <transportConnector name="stomp" uri="stomp://0.0.0.0:61613"/> to the conf/activemq.xml file in the <transportConnectors> block if it isn't there already
  • You can start ActiveMQ with the following command (executed from apache-activemq-5.8.0/): bin/activemq console

libxml2-dev and libxslt-dev

  • Needed as dependencies for Ruby gems that will be installed
  • Not required for MacOS

ruby, rubygems and ruby-dev

  • Acceptance-tests are written using Ruby
  • Admin Tools and Databrowser are written in Ruby

The Ruby bundler gem

  • Used to install Ruby dependencies
  • gem install bundler

Open-ADK Installation - Project Dependency

  • git clone https://github.com/open-adk/OpenADK-java.git
  • cd OpenADK-java/adk-generator
  • ant clean US
  • Change the ADK-library pom.xml line #7 from 1.0.0-snapshot to: 1.0.0 - This is due to the fact that the project dependency does not have SNAPSHOT in the version.
  • cd ../OpenADK-java/adk-library
  • mvn -P US install

ldap-in-memory

  • Required for an entirely local dev environment
  • git clone https://github.com/inbloom/ldap-in-memory.git
  • cd ldap-in-memory
  • mvn clean install
  • mvn jetty:run start the ldap server

Building the Secure Data Service

If you have not done so, change the PermGen size to a higher number. If not, you could run into PermGen space issues during the build.

  • export MAVEN_OPTS=-XX:MaxPermSize=512m
  • More on MAVEN_OPTS below

Get the source for the Secure Data Service

Build the build-tools

  • cd {git_root}/build-tools
  • mvn clean install

Build the main part of the system

  • cd {git_root}/sli
  • mvn clean install -DskipTests [-Dsli.env=local-ldap-server]
  • Use the (optional) '-Dsli.env=local-ldap-server' flag to use configs for the ldap-in-memory component (https://github.com/inbloom/ldap-in-memory). Optionally, use -Dsli.env=local-sandbox-ldap-server if you intend to run the sandbox version locally. The list of available configurations are at $SLI_ROOT/config/config.in/canonical_config.yml

Set the SLI_ROOT variable

  • Exporting this variable will help with browsing the datastore as well as being required for some of the tests
  • export SLI_ROOT = {git_root}/sli

Setup your Mongo DBs

  • It is important that this be run from the directory where it exists
  • cd $SLI_ROOT/config/scripts
  • ./resetAllDbs.sh
  • NOTE: You must restart the API service whenever you reset the Mongo DBs

Bringing Up Services

Next, we start bringing services up. Before that however, we need to set up some MAVEN_OPTS. For Ingestion and the API, the Maven defaults are not good enough. Please set MAVEN_OPTS like the following for Ingestion and API

  • export MAVEN_OPTS="-Xmx2g -XX:+CMSClassUnloadingEnabled -XX:PermSize=128M -XX:MaxPermSize=512M"

Start Up Ingestion

  • Used for ingesting data into the system
  • cd $SLI_ROOT/ingestion/ingestion-service
  • mvn jetty:run
  • You will see that Ingestion is started by seeing it running on port 8000

Start Up API

  • Main part of the application for accessing the data
  • cp $SLI_ROOT/data-access/dal/keyStore/trustey.jks /tmp
  • cd $SLI_ROOT/api
  • mvn jetty:run
  • You will see that API is started by seeing it running on port 8080

Start Simple-IDP

  • Performs the security portions by providing authentication/federation
  • cd $SLI_ROOT/simple-idp
  • mvn jetty:run
  • You will see that Simple-IDP is running by seeing it run on port 8082

Start Search Indexer

  • cd $SLI_ROOT/search-indexer
  • scripts/local_search_indexer.sh start && tail -f logs/search-indexer.log
  • When you want to stop the Search Indexer run scripts/local_search_indexer.sh stop

Import Data

Required Steps

  • cd $SLI_ROOT/acceptance-tests
  • bundle install
  • bundle exec rake realmInit

Option 1: Rake approach

  • Less hassle, but keys are assigned (not generated from the natural key data members as usual)
  • bundle exec rake importSandboxData

Option 2: Ingestion approach

  • This is the method production uses. Uses keys generated from natural key data members
  • cd $SLI_ROOT/ingestion/ingestion-service/target/ingestion/lz/inbound/Midgar-DAYBREAK
  • cp $SLI_ROOT/acceptance-tests/test/features/ingestion/test_data/SmallSampleDataSet.zip ./
  • ruby $SLI_ROOT/opstools/ingestion_trigger/publish_file_uploaded.rb STOR $(pwd)/SmallSampleDataSet.zip
  • tail -F $SLI_ROOT/ingestion/ingestion-service/target/ingestion/logs/ingestion.log for verification. You should see 'Clearing cache at job completion' when it is finished.

Start Dashboard

  • cd $SLI_ROOT/dashboard
  • mvn jetty:run
  • You will see that Dashboard is running by seeing it run on port 8888

Start Admin Tools

  • cd $SLI_ROOT/admin-tools/admin-rails
  • if you will be running in "Sandbox Mode", add the following environment variable
  • export RAILS_ENV=development_sb
  • bundle install
  • bundle exec rails server
  • You will see that admin tools are running on port 3001

Start Databrowser

  • cd $SLI_ROOT/databrowser
  • bundle install
  • bundle exec rails server
  • You will see that Databrowser is running on port 3000

Run Acceptance Smoke Tests

  • cd $SLI_ROOT/acceptance-tests
  • bundle install
  • bundle exec rake smokeTests

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ESDS e is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. See LICENSE for full license text.

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