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/home/dcminter/.m2 C:\Documents and Settings\Dave Minter\.m2 The remote repository serves as a consistent location from which to obtain library files. For example, a tool such as Hibernate will use dozens of other libraries: XML parsing libraries, logging libraries, code generation libraries, and so on and so forth. Each of these has its own packaging conventions, its own website, and its own versioning discipline. Maven s repositories are standardized, allowing the download of a particular library version to be automated, and they often contain additional information identifying the library s own dependencies. You can browse through the contents of the ibiblio repository (the default remote repository) on the web at http://mirrors.ibiblio.org/pub/mirrors/maven2/. The local repository serves several purposes. It acts as a cache, avoiding the need to load files from the remote site every time you perform a build. It allows you to store libraries in one place instead of copying them into every project that you are working on (and thus keeping the project itself uncluttered). Last, it acts as a store for the output of your own builds, allowing you to avoid the need to copy JAR files between projects. The local repository directory is managed by the Maven tool. You do not normally have to add or remove files directly with one exception. The standard place to store settings that are unique to your machine is the settings.xml file in this directory. Typically this might contain the connection details for your database, or paths to development servers.
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Maven can be downloaded from the Apache Maven website at http://maven.apache.org as a zip file. You will need to unzip this onto the local file system and put the unzipped package s bin directory into your command path. If you do not already have a JAVA_HOME environment variable pointing to your JDK install directory, you will need to add one. Maven commands are always issued as parameters to the mvn command (a batch file and shell script are provided in the Maven bin directory, so you will be able to use the same command on Unix and Windows platforms regardless).
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Downloading, Configuring, and Building the Sample Application
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You can download the source code for the example application as a zip archive from the Source Code/Download area of the Apress website at http://apress.com/book/view/ 1590596854. Unpack this into a suitable directory. The root timesheets folder contains the files and folders listed in Table 2-1.
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Table 2-1. Files and Folders in the Source Code Archive
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Description
Configures Maven to build the six subprojects. Contains some library files that are not available on the public repository sites and that will not initially be available from your local repository. By specifying this directory as an additional repository, we remove the need to explicitly download and install JARs into your local repository (in the .m2 directory). Contains the examples of AOP programming from 5. Contains the client code for the remoting examples in 9. Contains the core components of the example application, including the DAO implementation ( 4), the service layer ( 5), and various interfaces. Contains some examples from 3. Contains the e-mail examples from 8. Contains the web application itself ( 6), much of the security configuration ( 7), and the server-side remoting examples ( 9).
timesheets-aop timesheets-client timesheets-core
timesheets-coupling timesheets-email timesheets-webapp
To build the web application and deploy it to your web server, you will need to provide Maven with some specific configuration details by creating or modifying your settings.xml file. Listing 2-5 shows the entries to provide.
Listing 2-5. The settings.xml Configuration File with Some Placeholder Values
< xml version="1.0" > <settings xmlns="http://maven.apache.org/POM/4.0.0" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://maven.apache.org/POM/4.0.0 http://maven.apache.org/xsd/settings-1.0.0.xsd"> <profiles> <profile> <id>standard-config</id> <properties> <timesheet-smtp-server> smtp.example.com </timesheet-smtp-server> <timesheet-mail-sender> timesheets@example.com </timesheet-mail-sender>
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<timesheet-mail-recipient> test@example.com </timesheet-mail-recipient> <timesheet-context-path> /timesheet </timesheet-context-path> <timesheet-tomcat-manager-url> http://localhost:8080/manager </timesheet-tomcat-manager-url> </properties> </profile> </profiles> <servers> <server> <id>timesheet</id> <username>admin</username> <password>adminpassword</password> </server> </servers> <activeProfiles> <activeProfile>standard-config</activeProfile> </activeProfiles> </settings> You will need to change the two lines shown in bold in Listing 2-5. These are, respectively, an SMTP server to use when the application sends e-mail, the recipient of the e-mails sent by the application server, and the administrative username for the manager application on your Tomcat server. Some of the other values in this file assume that you are using the default application configuration. If you are not, you will need to modify the appropriate entries. For example, if you were running your Tomcat server on port 80 instead of port 8080, you would need to alter the value of the timesheet-tomcat-manager-url element from http:// localhost:8080/manager to http://localhost:80/manager or http://localhost/manager. With the settings file configured, you can build the source code by issuing the command mvn install in the root timesheets directory. With your Tomcat server running, you can install the web application by using the command mvn tomcat:deploy and can uninstall it by using the command mvn tomcat:undeploy.
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