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Busylight REST

This is a simple rest interface for Busylight Driver. The application has a built-in basic authentication. The documentation of the rest service is available via the Open Api Console.

How to run

  • Make sure you have Busylight plugged into your computer or wherever you wish to run this server on. Otherwise you will get this error:
Caused by: java.lang.UnsupportedOperationException: Unable to open the device, is the device connected?
    at com.fyayc.essen.busylight.core.Driver.<init> (Driver.java:43)
    at com.fyayc.essen.busylight.core.Driver.<init> (Driver.java:20)
    at com.fyayc.essen.busylight.core.Driver$DriverHelper.<clinit> (Driver.java:206)
    at com.fyayc.essen.busylight.core.Driver.tryAndAcquire (Driver.java:103)
    at com.fyayc.essen.busylight.server.ServerConfig.driver (ServerConfig.java:14)
    at com.fyayc.essen.busylight.server.ServerConfig$$EnhancerBySpringCGLIB$$b8283b75.CGLIB$driver$0 (<generate

Once, the device is connected, you can either build and run it or directly run using maven spring:boot goal.

  • Make sure the driver is already installed. Follow the instructions in the driver page.

with maven plugin

# quick 
$ cd busylight_rest
$ mvn spring-boot:run -Dspring.security.user.name=busylight -Dspring.security.user.password=busylight

build and run

# quick 
$ cd busylight_rest
$ mvn clean package
$ java -jar target/busylight-server-1.1.jar  --spring.security.user.name=busylight --spring.security.user.password=busylight

Api-Console

Once the above command is run successfully, the console is available at port 8080. For more details, consult the application.properties

Installing as System.d service.

Please check the service tempate here

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