This is keytech plm-web. Its a web-UI for accessing the keytech web api. keytech is one of the major german plm/dms software developer.
This repository is not maintained or supported by keytech in any way.
Production Site can be visited under: plmweb.de.
To learn about Ruby and rails visit: ruby-lang.org.
Full source code on GitHub: keytech_web
What can you do?
With keytech PLM-Web you can create, edit and search nearly all aspects of keytech data provided by the keytech web-api. ideal for devs, Dev-Ops or Admins. Just install locally or on a server and have access to all keytech data without any installation of a client. Any user can create a local account and login to a keytech database just easy as login to any other web-service.
If you still have not develop in Ruby on Rails - install Ruby and Rails first: On macOS the best way is to use RVM: Install RVM with default Ruby and Rails in one Command:
$: curl -sSL https://get.rvm.io | bash -s stable --rails
You may experience errors on install ('binary not found'). In this case open a new Terminal so make the newly installed RVM active and install ruby with: $: rvm install
Install Postgres Database Use Postgres App from Postgres Server: postgresapp.com Init Database and start Server
Install redis caching Service You need Redis to send deferred emails Use Homebrew to install: $: brew install redis
Start the service: $: brew services start redis
Start the JobQueue: $: QUEUE=* rake resque:work
Export the redis local environment: $: export REDISTOGO_URL=localhost:6379
The .env file
All environments may be inserted to the .env file.
For the environment you can create a .env file in the main directory and copy the line: 'export REDISTOGO_URL=localhost:6379' into it.
For more information check the .env_demo file and rename it to .env
You need to create local test and development databases:
Install GEM Files
$: bundle install
You may have problems with the 'pg' gem. in this case try manually this: $: gem install 'pg' -- --with_pg_config=/Applications/Postgres.app/Contents/Versions/latest/bin/pg_config
Install jobs / scheduler
On OSX install redis-server Its needed for Jobs as well as for caching
$: brew install redis
You might want to start redis before running local
Start development environment
You now have Ruby, Rails Gemfiles, and redis server. Databases are created. Just seed development Database with initial data:
$: rails db:seed
To get a full list of tasks available in Rails and what db tasks you have simply ask rails:
$: rails --tasks
Start the server
- start the redis-server
- start a batch job queue
- start rails server
$: redis-server $: QUEUE=* rake environment resque:work
$: rails s
=> Booting Puma => Rails 5.2.4 application starting in development => Run `rails server -h` for more startup options Puma starting in single mode... * Version 3.12.2 (ruby 2.5.1-p57), codename: Love Song * Min threads: 5, max threads: 5 * Environment: development * Listening on tcp://0.0.0.0:3000 Use Ctrl-C to stop
Open your browser at: http://localhost:3000
Write tests and running $: rails test
Start / Update in Productive-Configuration
Upload to heroku
$: Heroku login
Setup Database on heroku
$: heroku run rake db:schema:load -a $: heroku run rake db:seed -a
Migrate Database: On every update don't forget a
Development: $: heroku run rake db:migrate -a
to set database to latest state.
In Procfile there is a line 'release: bundle exec rake db:migrate' that should do the DB:Migration task automatically on deployment.