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From sma...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r1348789 - /incubator/airavata/site/trunk/content/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes.mdtext
Date Mon, 11 Jun 2012 10:44:27 GMT
Author: smarru
Date: Mon Jun 11 10:44:27 2012
New Revision: 1348789

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=1348789&view=rev
Log:
accepting Hasitha's patch for AIRAVATA-462

Modified:
    incubator/airavata/site/trunk/content/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes.mdtext

Modified: incubator/airavata/site/trunk/content/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes.mdtext
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/airavata/site/trunk/content/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes.mdtext?rev=1348789&r1=1348788&r2=1348789&view=diff
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--- incubator/airavata/site/trunk/content/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes.mdtext
(original)
+++ incubator/airavata/site/trunk/content/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes.mdtext
Mon Jun 11 10:44:27 2012
@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ Note: Currently Airavata will work with 
 ##Tutorial
 1. [Build from source][1] or download the latest Airavata release pack from downloads link
 2. Extract the distribution archive (the rest of this document assumes the path to extracted
directory is AIRAVATA_HOME)
-2. Now Run the following scripts in the given order below to start the components of Airavata.
+3. Now Run the following scripts in the given order below to start the components of Airavata.
 <br></br>
 AIRAVATA_HOME/bin/jackrabbit-server.sh - This will start Jackrabbit repository on port 8081.
 <br></br>
@@ -50,55 +50,55 @@ AIRAVATA_HOME/bin/airavata-server.sh - T
 <br></br>
 AIRAVATA_HOME/bin/xbaya-gui.sh - This will start XBaya GUI application.
 <br></br>
-3. The release package will contains an echo command-line application in AIRAVATA_HOME/samples/echo.sh.
Now you will register this application and wrap it as a Web service using XBaya. Use following
screenshots to register an application
+4. The release package will contains an echo command-line application in AIRAVATA_HOME/samples/echo.sh.
Now you will register this application and wrap it as a Web service using XBaya. Use following
screenshots to register an application
 
-  - First, we will register a Host Description using menu XBaya-> New -> Host Description...
-    If Registry location is unknown, there will be a popup asking for an Registry URL. 
-    Giving URL: http://localhost:8081/rmi (keep the default values as it is) with
-    registry username and password as admin/admin. After adding registry successfully
-    you will see a Host Desciption Register form
-</br></br>
-![1](/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes/1.png) 
-</br></br>
-![2](/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes/2.png)
-</br></br>
-  - Give name and address of the host. Use Localhost and 127.0.0.1 for this tutorial
-</br></br>
-![3](/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes/3.png)
-</br></br>
-  - Second, we will register a Service Description using menu XBaya -> New -> Service
Description...
-   This information is used to describe our web service i.e. service name, input parameters,
and output parameters.
-    Since our echo.sh need String as an input and will produce String as output, insert the
following value.
-    Note*: output parameter name must be echo_output in order to use with this echo.sh sample.
-</br></br>
-![4](/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes/4.png)
-</br></br>
-![5](/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes/5.png)
-</br></br>
-  - Lastly, we will register a Deployment Description using menu XBaya -> New -> Application
Description... 
-   It describes how GFac will invoke a command-line application for a specific Web Service
(Service Description) on a particular host (Host Description).   
-    Give a name, an executable location, and a temporary directory to store runtime data.
Since we have only a Service Description and a Host Description, it is automatically selected.
-    Note:When you fill the Executable location replace AIRAVATA_HOME path with your extracted
location. 
-</br></br>
-![6](/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes/6.png)
-</br></br>
-![7](/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes/7.png)
-</br></br>
-
-4. Now you have the Echo service in the Registry. The next step is to add the registered
description as a component in an XBaya workflow and use it to compose a workflow. For a simple
workflow composing, please refer to airavata-in-5-minutes tutorial. After you adding Service
Description, you will see EchoService item comes under JCR Component menu.
+	- First, we will register a Host Description using menu XBaya-> New -> Host Description...
+	  If Registry location is unknown, there will be a popup asking for an Registry URL. 
+	  Giving URL: http://localhost:8081/rmi (keep the default values as it is) with
+	  registry username and password as admin/admin. After adding registry successfully
+	  you will see a Host Desciption Register form
+	<br></br>
+	![1](/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes/1.png) 
+	<br></br>
+	![2](/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes/2.png)
+	<br></br>
+  	- Give name and address of the host. Use Localhost and 127.0.0.1 for this tutorial
+	<br></br>
+	![3](/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes/3.png)
+	<br></br>
+	- Second, we will register a Service Description using menu XBaya -> New -> Service
Description...
+	  This information is used to describe our web service i.e. service name, input parameters,
and output parameters.
+	  Since our echo.sh need String as an input and will produce String as output, insert the
following value.
+	  Note*: output parameter name must be echo_output in order to use with this echo.sh sample.
+	<br></br>
+	![4](/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes/4.png)
+	<br></br>
+	![5](/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes/5.png)
+	<br></br>
+	- Lastly, we will register a Deployment Description using menu XBaya -> New -> Application
Description... 
+	  It describes how GFac will invoke a command-line application for a specific Web Service
(Service Description) on a particular host  (Host Description).   
+	  Give a name, an executable location, and a temporary directory to store runtime data.
Since we have only a Service Description and a Host Description, it is automatically selected.
+	  Note:When you fill the Executable location replace AIRAVATA_HOME path with your extracted
location. 
+	<br></br>
+	![6](/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes/6.png)
+	<br></br>
+	![7](/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes/7.png)
+	<br></br>
 
+5. Now you have the Echo service in the Registry. The next step is to add the registered
description as a component in an XBaya workflow and use it to compose a workflow. For a simple
workflow composing, please refer to airavata-in-5-minutes tutorial. After you adding Service
Description, you will see EchoService item comes under JCR Component menu.
 <br></br>
 ![8](/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes/8.png)
-</br></br>
-5. Now, it's time to invoke the workflow created in Step 4. To invoke this workflow click
on Run -> Run workflow or just click on red play icon at the top of   menu then it will
popup a dialog box which you need to provide your input Value (Notification topic and GFac
URL will work with default values). Fill up the Input Value with the given XML content you
can see in the below screenshot.
+<br></br>
 
+6. Now, it's time to invoke the workflow created in Step 5. To invoke this workflow click
on Run -> Run workflow or just click on red play icon at the top of   menu then it will
popup a dialog box which you need to provide your input Value (Notification topic and GFac
URL will work with default values). Fill up the Input Value with the given XML content you
can see in the below screenshot.
+<br></br>
 ![9](/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes/9.png)
-</br></br>
+<br></br>
 
-6. Now you have invoked the workflow and you will direct in to the Monitoring menu at the
bottom of XBaya which will show you the progress of the workflow invocation.
-</br></br>
+7. Now you have invoked the workflow and you will direct in to the Monitoring menu at the
bottom of XBaya which will show you the progress of the workflow invocation.
+<br></br>
 ![12](/airavata/documentation/system/airavata-in-10-minutes/11.png)
-</br></br>
+<br></br>
 
 
-  [1]: ../../development/build.html
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+  [1]: ../../development/build.html



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