Apache ODE Tomcat Bundle
Buildr-based packaging script that bundles a pre-configured Apache ODE with Tomcat 7 and Bitronix.
Database configuration can be placed in profiles.yaml:
filter: &common bitronix.minPoolSize: 10 bitronix.maxPoolSize: 50 mysql: filter: <<: *common jdbc.driverClassName: "com.mysql.jdbc.Driver" jdbc.url: "jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/ode" jdbc.user: "root" jdbc.password: "" jdbc.gav: "mysql:mysql-connector-java:jar:5.1.26" ode.dao: "org.apache.ode.daohib.bpel.BpelDAOConnectionFactoryImpl" # for Hibernate #ode.dao: "org.apache.ode.dao.jpa.BPELDAOConnectionFactoryImpl" # for OpenJPA
In the same fashion, other database setups can be added. All database configuration parameters can also be changed in tomcat/conf/resources.properties later on.
To create the pre-configured bundle, change the settings in
profiles.yaml and then run
buildr clean package -e mysql
-e mysql identifies the mysql profile. If you have added other profiles in your profiles.yaml, you can select them using the
NOTE: Please make sure that Apache Buildr and the nokogiri gem is installed. I prefer JRuby, so with an installed JRuby, just run
gem install bundler bundle install
and you're set.
NOTE: If you use JRuby and don't have added its bin directory to your path, you need to prepend
/jruby1.x-x/bin/jruby -S to the
buildr commands above.
This build script, Apache ODE and Apache Tomcat are Apache-licensed. The generated bundle, however, will include the Bitronix Transaction Manager (LGPL) and possibly proprietary licensed JDBC drivers.
This build script is based on Sathwik Bantwal Premakumar's blog post on configuring ODE with Bitronix in Tomcat 7.