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Milestone MAX: Delivery of preliminary design doc

Reported by: Christopher Small Owned by: chris@maxgigapop.net
Priority: major Milestone: MAX: Delivery of preliminary design doc
Component: GPO Version: SPIRAL1
Keywords: Cc: poneil@maxgigapop.net
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comment:1 Changed 10 years ago by Christopher Small

Resolution: fixed
Status: newclosed

Milestone complete.


Subject: Re: Open GENI MAX milestones Date: Wed, 30 Sep 2009 22:59:02 -0400 From: Chris Tracy <chris@maxgigapop.net> To: Christopher Small <csmall@bbn.com> CC: Peter O'Neil <poneil@maxgigapop.net> References: <4A89A725.5010109@bbn.com> <AFBF34DFF3710E17249E4D3E@clpk-vpn.maxgigapop.net> <430C452F152DBABE9217CDFE@Macintosh-9.local> <610A21146F68C81C973A259E@clpk-vpn.maxgigapop.net> <4AA7F80D.1070105@bbn.com>

Hi Chris,

There is one open milestone

Delivery of preliminary (aggregate manager) design documentation to GPO

I have completed our preliminary documentation for our GENI AM. It can now be found on our wiki under the main Software page:

http://geni.maxgigapop.net/twiki/bin/view/GENI/Software

There are two guides -- the first one explains how to download the code from our repository and compile it via the NetBeans IDE:

http://geni.maxgigapop.net/twiki/bin/view/GENI/AggMgrCompile

This guide walks you through setting up the NetBeans IDE to have the correct libraries (Apache Axis2) and explains how to auto-generate the Java skeleton code from the WSDL file.

The next guide explains how to setup the server and deploy the compiled code to it:

http://geni.maxgigapop.net/twiki/bin/view/GENI/AggMgrDeploy

This is a fairly long process, as it involves installing the JDK, Apache Tomcat & Axis2, MySQL, the MySQL JDBC driver, and finally the GENI AM Web Service itself.

The last portion of the server deployment guide shows several ways that you can test the deployment -- by using the SOAP Client.app for Mac OS X (which I demonstrated in Chicago) and also using some example Perl scripts from the shell.

I have run through these pages quite a lot and am fairly confident that all of the kinks have been worked out -- I have been testing everything in Ubuntu running under Parallels on my Mac and everything works as expected when I run through these guides.

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments.

Thanks! -Chris

On Wed, Sep 09, 2009 at 02:46:37PM -0400, Christopher Small wrote:

That's great, Peter.

Chris, I'm afraid I've lost track. Is this documentation you have already provided on the web or is there more to come? If the former, please send me a URL so I can mark the milestone complete.

  • Chris

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