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Jive SDK - Java - Jersey - Architecture

This document is a work in progress, so please ignore the clutter

Pre-Requisites

  1. Install Git (needed for cloning and contributing)
  2. Install Maven 3.0.5 - (This document, while outdated may help.)
  • Issue with project build in Maven 3.1+, so recommended to use this version exactly for now.
  1. Install Java 7 SDK (see help center for assistance)

Note: Some users have found issues with Maven 3.1.0, as we look into those reports, please use 3.0.5)

Getting Started

This SDK is more of a boiler plate application that gets your up and running and FAST.

Before you get started, make sure your default Java Runtime is Java 7. You can execute java -version to confirm. (see Mac Commands below for possible help)

To get started, simply perform the following steps:

  1. git clone https://github.com/jivesoftware/jive-sdk-java-jersey.git
  2. cd jive-sdk-java-jersey; mvn install
  3. cd jive-addon; mvn -DclientUrl=http://your.resolvable.host.name -Dport=8090 clean jetty:run

alternatively, if you wanted to run Tomcat7, you could use the following:

cd jive-addon; mvn -DclientUrl=http://your.resolvable.host.name -Dport=8090 clean package install tomcat7:run

Congrats, your Jive Add-On Service is should now be running! Now we just need to link a Jive Instance to it! Here's how you do that!

  • Note If you do not want your meta.json and definition.json files re-generated each time you start the service, simply remove clean from the goals declaration
  • Upload ZIP file generated for you in jive-sdk-java-jersey/jive-addon/extension-jive-addon-example.zip (or download it from http://your.resolvealble.host.name:port/extension.zip), and then upload via the Add-On Services > Upload Packages section of your Jive Instance (must have admin privileges)

At this point, you client service is running with a Jive Instance connected to it. Be sure to check the Jive Developer Community for more updates about this project. We look forward to your feedback and contributions.


Java Environment Tip & Tricks

Mac Tricks

To switch your Terminal Java Runtime back to Java 7, use:

export JAVA_HOME=`/usr/libexec/java_home -v 1.7`

To switch your Terminal Java Runtime back to Java 6, use:

export JAVA_HOME=`/usr/libexec/java_home -v 1.6`

Windows Tricks

TODO:

Linux (Ubuntu/CentOS/RHEL/SUSE/etc..) Tricks

TODO:


Deployment Instructions

Instructions for deploying on Tomcat

  • TODO - Instructions

Instructions for deploying on JBoss

  1. git clone https://github.com/jivesoftware/jive-sdk-java-jersey.git
  2. cd jive-sdk-java-jersey; mvn install
  3. cd jive-addon; mvn clean package
  4. cp target/jive-sdk-jersey-example.war /your/jboss/deployments/directory

Instructions for deploying on Weblogic

  • TODO - Confirm Compatibility
  • TODO - Instructions

Instructions for deploying on Websphere

  • TODO - Confirm Compatibility
  • TODO - Instructions

Instructions for deploying to Heroku

  • TODO: See: Procfile
  • TODO - Instructions

Need:

  • Support for Activity Stream Tiles
  • Support for Jive API Client (Generic API Tool)
  • Support for Jive Analytics Client
  • Support ESF Storage Events and Proxy Discussions to Add-On
  • Unit Tests that can be run to insure that services haven't changed between versions

Ideas:

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This is an implementation of the Jive SDK written in Java, implemented for JEE6 using Jersey (JAX RS 2.0), Spring Core 3.2.5 and JSP.

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