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Quick Install
=============
1. Install the coweb modules into your local maven repository.
cd servers/java
mvn install
2. Generate your own coweb application from an archetype.
cd /path/to/my/project
mvn archetype:generate
-DarchetypeGroupId=org.opencoweb
-DarchetypeArtifactId=coweb-archetype
3. Change the defaults for the generated project as desired.
Maven Modules
=============
coweb-admin
Optional coweb session administration. (in development)
coweb-client
Pure Java client. (in development, not currently finished)
coweb-archetype
Archetype for creating your own coweb webapp.
coweb-bots
Contains interfaces for building your own bot.
coweb-javascript
Contains the latest stable release copy of the coweb framework JavaScript.
coweb-server
Coweb server infrastructure.
coweb-operationengine
Coweb Java operation engine implementation.
Eclipse/WTP
===========
The WAR output of the coweb-build maven module can be easily imported into an Eclipse/WTP
Environment.
1) Ensure step 1 of the Quick Install has been performed.
2) Open Eclipse and via File->Import perform a "Web->War File" import of the
"coweb-build-x.x.war" found in the "coweb/servers/java/coweb-build/target" directory.
3) Add the Web Project to a WTP Server instance. If this is a Servlet 3.0 runtime
ensure that
<!--async-supported>true</async-supported> -->
is uncommented in the projects web.xml.
4) Start the WTP Server instance and access the sample code via
(Assumes the name context root used for the web project is "/coweb-test")
"http://localhost:8080/coweb-test/index.html"
5) In the browsers console you should see coweb status updates logged.
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