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From Matt Hogstrom <>
Subject Re: Daytrader / Geronimo M5
Date Thu, 20 Oct 2005 13:53:33 GMT
To obtain the daytrader ear go into the daytrader directory (and I agree with 
David that you should be using head as a number of fixes have been committed 
over the last week) and simply type maven -o.  The ear will be located in 

Working on documentation as we go forward.  All help welcome :)


David Jencks wrote:
> I'm probably sounding like a broken record by now, but I would use 
> geronimo head for working on daytrader.  IIUC it actually now works for 
> regular humans, not just Matt :-)  In any case the maven build works so 
> you won't need other downloads.
> For M5 really the only functional examples are the trivial welcome app 
> and the somewhat complex console, both of which are predeployed on 
> geronimo.
> thanks
> david jencks
> On Oct 19, 2005, at 8:45 PM, Carla Cremers wrote:
>> I am working with geronimo-1.0-M5/solaris 9/1.4.2_06 and trying to get 
>> the various applications to work.
>> DayTrader : in the README, it says :
>>   The code in this directory contains the code for the benchmark 
>> sample called
>>   DayTrader.  This sample was contributed by IBM to the Apache Geronimo
>>   project under the ASF license to further functional and performance
>>   testing of Geronimo.
>>   The work in this directory is a work in progress and the maven 
>> scripts do
>>   not currently build a functional ear.  To allow users to evaluate 
>> and work
>>   with the be nchmark sample the files necessary to get the benchmark 
>> working
>>   are included.  They are:
>>   dayTrader.ear
>>   dayTrader-plan.xml
>> dayTrader-plan.xml is there, but not dayTrader.ear.  Can I download it 
>> from
>>   someplace ?   I tried downloading geronimoM4, but it's not in there.
>> Thanks !

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