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From Emre Brookes <>
Subject Re: [jira] [Commented] (AIRAVATA-1649) [GSoC] Airavata Java SDK Integration with GenApp
Date Thu, 23 Apr 2015 12:49:43 GMT
Hi Abhishek,

I think the important thing is to get a working instance of Airavata and
then to focus on your deliverables.  Suresh had suggested:
"Can you make sure you have the initial deliverable of contributing good 
examples to register applications, create and monitor executions into 
Airavata Client SDK repo?"
This would be a good place to start, but it will require a working Airavata.


Abhishek Kapoor (JIRA) wrote:
>      [
> Abhishek Kapoor commented on AIRAVATA-1649:
> -------------------------------------------
> Hello,
> Sorry for late reply, We were busy with our end semester exams.
> We have started reading AMQP messaging documents and we also started working on the proxy
issue that we were facing while starting Airavata. Is there anything else we should do.
> Regards,
> Abhishek Kapoor
>> [GSoC] Airavata Java SDK Integration with GenApp
>> -------------------------------------------------
>>                  Key: AIRAVATA-1649
>>                  URL:
>>              Project: Airavata
>>           Issue Type: Task
>>             Reporter: Suresh Marru
>>               Labels: gsoc, gsoc2015,, mentor
>>              Fix For: WISHLIST
>> 2014 GSoC project integrated C++ interfaces with GenApp [1]. This seem to be working
well. Building on this prototype, GenApp could integrate with Apache Airavata's Java SDK.
This project should produce meaningful samples to be released within Airavata's Java SDK.
Further explore the long running application support of Airavata.
>> The project could also explore integrating with Airavata's AMQP based messaging system
to get push based messaging support between GenApp, Airavata integration.
>> [1] -
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