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From build...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r824782 - in /websites/staging/airavata/trunk/content: ./ airavata/documentation/howto/howto.html
Date Fri, 06 Jul 2012 13:14:20 GMT
Author: buildbot
Date: Fri Jul  6 13:14:20 2012
New Revision: 824782

Log:
Staging update by buildbot for airavata

Modified:
    websites/staging/airavata/trunk/content/   (props changed)
    websites/staging/airavata/trunk/content/airavata/documentation/howto/howto.html

Propchange: websites/staging/airavata/trunk/content/
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--- cms:source-revision (original)
+++ cms:source-revision Fri Jul  6 13:14:20 2012
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Modified: websites/staging/airavata/trunk/content/airavata/documentation/howto/howto.html
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--- websites/staging/airavata/trunk/content/airavata/documentation/howto/howto.html (original)
+++ websites/staging/airavata/trunk/content/airavata/documentation/howto/howto.html Fri Jul
 6 13:14:20 2012
@@ -115,17 +115,30 @@ with default setup you have to start the
              and use the Registry URL is localhost:8081, if you are starting in a different
URL, you have to change AIRAVATA_HOME/standalone-server/conf/repository.properties file.</p>
 <p>xbaya-gui.sh       - Now you have available GFac Service running with a Registry,
so its time for you to start XBaya and run your Applications. But if you want XBaya to run
with normal Web services, not with GFac Service you do not have to start Airvata Service,
you can simply use Xbaya alone, if you require provenance, you have to start Registry. </p>
 <h3 id="how-to-deploy-airavata-on-tomcat">How to Deploy Airavata on Tomcat</h3>
-<p>A shell script named setup_tomcat.sh is shipped with Airavata that will assist you
to $subject. Following steps describe how you can do it.</p>
-<p>1) Update tomcat.hostname and tomcat.port properties of the airavata-tomcat.properties
file. You can keep the defaults if you dont want to change ports. In that case you don't have
to edit the airavata-tomcat.properties file. This file can be found in AIRAVATA_HOME/tools/airavata-tomcat.properties.</p>
-<p>2) Download following to your local file system.
-a) apache-tomcat-7.0.28.zip
-b) apache-airavata-0.4-incubating-SNAPSHOT-bin.zip
-b) axis2-1.5.1-war.zip (Unzip it. When running the script point to the axis2.war)
-d) ackrabbit-webapp-2.4.0.war</p>
-<p>3) Run the script (setup_tomcat.sh) by providing the full file paths of the files
you downloaded. This script can be found in AIRAVATA_HOME/tools/ directory.</p>
-<p>./setup_tomcat.sh --tomcat=/home/heshan/Dev/setup/gw8/apache-tomcat-7.0.28.zip --airavata=/home/heshan/Dev/setup/gw8/apache-airavata-0.4-incubating-SNAPSHOT-bin.zip
--axis2=/home/heshan/Dev/setup/gw8/axis2.war --jackrabbit=/home/heshan/Dev/setup/gw8/jackrabbit-webapp-2.4.0.war
--properties=/home/heshan/Dev/setup/gw8/airavata-tomcat.properties</p>
+<p>A shell script named setup_tomcat.sh is shipped with Airavata that will assist you
to deploy Airavata on Tomcat. Following steps describe how you can do it.</p>
+<ol>
+<li>
+<p>Update tomcat.hostname and tomcat.port properties of the airavata-tomcat.properties
file. You can keep the defaults if you dont want to change ports. In
+that case you don't have to edit the airavata-tomcat.properties file. This file can be found
in AIRAVATA_HOME/tools/airavata-tomcat.properties.</p>
+</li>
+<li>
+<p>Download following to your local file system.</p>
+<ul>
+<li>apache-tomcat-7.0.28.zip</li>
+<li>apache-airavata-0.4-incubating-SNAPSHOT-bin.zip</li>
+<li>axis2-1.5.1-war.zip (Unzip it. When running the script point to the axis2.war)</li>
+<li>jackrabbit-webapp-2.4.0.war</li>
+</ul>
+</li>
+<li>
+<p>Run the script (setup_tomcat.sh) by providing the full file paths of the files you
downloaded. This script can be found in AIRAVATA_HOME/tools/ directory.</p>
+<ul>
+<li>./setup_tomcat.sh --tomcat=/home/heshan/Dev/setup/gw8/apache-tomcat-7.0.28.zip
--airavata=/home/heshan/Dev/setup/gw8/apache-airavata-0.4-incubating-SNAPSHOT-bin.zip --axis2=/home/heshan/Dev/setup/gw8/axis2.war
--jackrabbit=/home/heshan/Dev/setup/gw8/jackrabbit-webapp-2.4.0.war --properties=/home/heshan/Dev/setup/gw8/airavata-tomcat.properties</li>
+</ul>
+</li>
+</ol>
 <p>4) Start Tomcat server.
-eg: ./catalina.sh start</p>
+    * eg: ./catalina.sh start</p>
 <p>5) Before using airavata go to http://localhost:8090/jackrabbit-webapp-2.4.0 and
create a default content repository.</p>
 <p>6) Restart Tomcat server.</p>
 <p>Airavata services depends on Apache Axis2 as a Web Service engine. Each service
component in Airavata can be packed as Axis2 Archive (.aar). 



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