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From Peter Petersson <petersson.pe...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Liferay as a Geronimo Plugin
Date Sat, 28 Jun 2008 19:28:17 GMT
Hi Arnaud

I just added the plugin console stuff to the tomcat server and a mysql 
db plugin. Last time I tested It worked fine to switch database and 
running from mysql but things may be in a flux as I am currently 
rearranging things.

As you are building from source you should be able to install the mysql 
db plugin from your local repository.
 From here on you should be able to add what else geronimo plugins you 
have in your repos :).

The docs are not yet updated with instructions for the db switching.

regards
   peter petersson


heden75 wrote:
> I am using the geronimo-tomcat-liferay and it is working fine so thanks again
> Peter. However I cannot deploy any new war I guess because it is a
> minimalistic server version... How do I install new geronimo plugins ?
>
> I tried to make it through Geronimo console webpage but there is also no "
> Applications > Plugins" link. 
>
> Arnaud.
>
>
> Peter Petersson-2 wrote:
>   
>> Hi
>>
>> If you want a sneak peak (before i wrap things up) you can
>> svn co http://www.m4u.nu/svn/geronimo-liferay-repos/geronimo-liferay/trunk
>> but remember this is still a moving target so there are no guarantees it 
>> will work at the time you decide to check it out ;) although right now 
>> (2008-06-25) it is in good shape.
>>
>> As always, any suggestions, opinions, tips or help to pull this together 
>> in the best way possible are appreciated.
>> (For instance it would be cool to also get jetty running.)
>>
>> regards
>>    peter petersson
>>
>> Peter Petersson wrote:
>>     
>>> Hi
>>>
>>> With the help of David J custom server assemblies document ( 
>>> http://cwiki.apache.org/GMOxDOC21/custom-server-assemblies.html ) and 
>>> my experience working with David on the roller plugin I have manage to 
>>> put together a Liferay ( http://www.liferay.com ) plugin. For now the 
>>> plugin is with liferay 5.0.1 rc1 on G 2.1.1 and consists of the 
>>> following maven artifacts
>>>
>>> * geronimo-jetty-liferay -- A minimalistic server assembly with the 
>>> geronimo kernel the lifray jetty plugin and the geronimo console plugin.
>>> * liferay-jetty -- The liferay jetty plugin built on the lesslibs 
>>> liferay-portal war pulling in dependencys like lifray -kernel, 
>>> -service and -portlet.
>>> * geronimo-tomcat-liferay -- A minimalistic server as above but with 
>>> the liferay tomcat plugin.
>>> * liferay-tomcat -- The liferay tomcat plugin as liferay-jetty above 
>>> but with tomcat.
>>> * liferay-derby -- The liferay derby db backend plugin.
>>> * lifray-portal -- The liferay portal war fetched from liferay and 
>>> pulled in to a local maven repos.
>>> * liferay-portal-lesslibs -- A overlay of the liferay portal war with 
>>> filtered lib jars making use of some geronimo builtins instead.
>>>
>>> The geronimo-tomcat-liferay server seems to work fine but the jetty 
>>> equivalent has a issue in the login page. When I have ironed out the 
>>> jetty issue, cleaned up the code, made some additional improvements 
>>> and put together a simple readme with build instructions ;) I am 
>>> thinking of wrapping it up and first of all contribute it to the 
>>> liferay community ( as suggested by david in 
>>> http://marc.info/?l=geronimo-user&m=121304343919559&w=2 ) to see if 
>>> they are interested in it for there geronimo integration.
>>>
>>> Anny suggestions, opinions, tips or help to pull this together in the 
>>> best way possible are appreciated.
>>>
>>> regards
>>>  peter petersson
>>>       
>>
>>     
>
>   


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