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Replaced with downloadable cart: openshift-lightblue-cart

openshift-lightblue-all

All lightblue rest and web apps bundled into a single WAR for deployment on OpenShift.

Setup

Create Application

Create your application and add the mongo cartridge. This can be done via the web console or on the command line with the rhc tool. Steps with the cli:

OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_APP_NAME=services
OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_NAMESPACE=lightblue

# protect for changing versions, extract cart names from rhc app
CART_JBOSSEAP=`rhc cartridge list | grep jbosseap | sort | tail -n1 | awk '{print $1}'`
CART_MONGODB=`rhc cartridge list | grep mongodb | sort | tail -n1 | awk '{print $1}'`

# create application
rhc app create $OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_APP_NAME $CART_JBOSSEAP -n $OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_NAMESPACE

# add mongo cart
rhc cartridge add $CART_MONGODB -a $OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_APP_NAME -n $OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_NAMESPACE

Configure Environment

To get the build working correctly you need to pass some properties to maven. Run this script to set MAVEN_ARGS env variable on your existing application. Change the local environment variables to match your app name and namespace.

OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_APP_NAME=services
OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_NAMESPACE=lightblue

eval `rhc ssh $OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_APP_NAME -n $OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_NAMESPACE env | egrep -e ^OPENSHIFT_MONGODB_DB_HOST -e ^OPENSHIFT_MONGODB_DB_PORT -e ^OPENSHIFT_MONGODB_DB_USERNAME -e ^OPENSHIFT_MONGODB_DB_PASSWORD | sed 's/^/export /g'`
rhc env-set MAVEN_ARGS="clean package -U -Popenshift -DskipTests -Dmongodb.host=${OPENSHIFT_MONGODB_DB_HOST} -Dmongodb.port=${OPENSHIFT_MONGODB_DB_PORT} -Dmongodb.user=${OPENSHIFT_MONGODB_DB_USERNAME} -Dmongodb.pass=${OPENSHIFT_MONGODB_DB_PASSWORD}" --namespace $OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_NAMESPACE --app $OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_APP_NAME
unset OPENSHIFT_MONGODB_DB_HOST
unset OPENSHIFT_MONGODB_DB_PORT
unset OPENSHIFT_MONGODB_DB_USERNAME
unset OPENSHIFT_MONGODB_DB_PASSWORD

# verify
rhc env-show MAVEN_ARGS --namespace $OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_NAMESPACE --app $OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_APP_NAME

Deploy Code: Initial Push

Simply force push the master branch from this repo into your app.

If you created your application via the web console you will need to check out the source locally before continuing:

OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_APP_NAME=services
OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_NAMESPACE=lightblue

rhc git-clone --namespace $OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_NAMESPACE --app $OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_APP_NAME

Then fetch the latest from the openshift repo and push it up to your application:

cd $OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_APP_NAME
git remote add github https://github.com/lightblue-platform/openshift-lightblue-all.git
git fetch github
git reset --hard github/master
git push origin master -f

Create Data

There is sample metadata in this repository to create a country entity. All sections assume your current working directory is the root directory of the OpenShift application you created.

Create Metadata

OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_APP_NAME=services
OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_NAMESPACE=lightblue

BASE_REST_URL="http://${OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_APP_NAME}-${OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_NAMESPACE}.rhcloud.com/rest"

curl -H Content-Type:application/json -X PUT ${BASE_REST_URL}/metadata/country/1.0.0 -d @src/main/data/country.json

Create Data

OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_APP_NAME=services
OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_NAMESPACE=lightblue

BASE_REST_URL="http://${OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_APP_NAME}-${OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_NAMESPACE}.rhcloud.com/rest"

curl -H Content-Type:application/json -X PUT ${BASE_REST_URL}/data/country/1.0.0 -d @src/main/data/country-data.json

Verify Data

The simple query API can be used to quickly verify the country data.

OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_APP_NAME=services
OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_NAMESPACE=lightblue

BASE_REST_URL="http://${OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_APP_NAME}-${OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_NAMESPACE}.rhcloud.com/rest"

# verify US (GET query)
curl ${BASE_REST_URL}/data/find/country/1.0.0?Q=iso2Code:US

# verify CA (GET query)
curl ${BASE_REST_URL}/data/find/country/1.0.0?Q=iso2Code:CA

# verify US (POST query)
curl -H Content-Type:application/json -X POST  -d '{
  "objectType":"country",
  "projection": { "field":"*","recursive":1},
  "sort" : { "iso3Code":"$asc"},
  "query":  { "field":"iso2Code", "op":"$eq", "rvalue":"US" },
  "range" : [0,10]
}' ${BASE_REST_URL}/data/find/country/1.0.0

Update Application

The openshift-lightblue-all source uses overlays with the maven war plugin, so pushing updates is as simple as forcing a build. Note that if it's dependent on snapshot versions the MAVEN_ARGS env variable set earlier should include -U for update snapshot dependencies. If you enable jenkins builds this is even easier by just forcing the jenkins job to build the app again.

OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_APP_NAME=services
OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_NAMESPACE=lightblue

rhc deploy HEAD -a $OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_APP_NAME -n $OPENSHIFT_LIGHTBLUE_NAMESPACE

Verification

In addition to creating the sample entity data you can verify your deployment by running functional tests for lightblue against your newly deployed application! See how here.

License

The license of lightblue is GPLv3. See LICENSE in root of project for the full text.