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From David Jencks <david_jen...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Geronimo v2.1 Plan Creator => Deploy Liferay 4.4.1
Date Fri, 22 Feb 2008 01:16:15 GMT
Hi Jim,

I think how to fix the deployment problems might be described in one of the two features I
actually documented.

http://cwiki.apache.org/GMOxDOC21/configuring-run-as-and-default-subjects-and-principal-role-mapping.html

I'm attaching an updated plan with what look like plausible changes.

I haven't been able to figure out what you are trying to deploy with this plan from the 4.4.1
downloads, so I'll wait for more input from you.

I think the Roller plugin provides a good model for what you might end up with in terms of
a reproducible plugin/server build environment.

svn co https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/geronimo/plugins/roller/trunk

This shows how to construct switchable database plugins (derby and mysql) and constructs roller
plugins for jetty and tomcat, and shows how to assemble servers around these plugins.

The archetypes I've started should help a lot with setting up projects like this.

thanks
david jencks



----- Original Message ----
From: Jim Foster <jfoster@tmtsaz.com>
To: user@geronimo.apache.org
Sent: Thursday, February 21, 2008 4:16:58 PM
Subject: Re: Geronimo v2.1 Plan Creator => Deploy Liferay 4.4.1





djencks 
wrote:
> 
> 
Jim,
> 
> 
Is 
liferay 
4.4.1 
available 
on 
a 
maven 
repo?  
If 
not 
where 
can 
I 
find 
it? 
> 
Is 
liferay 
normally 
built 
with 
maven?  
I 
snagged 
the 
plan 
off 
an 
earlier
> 
mail...
> 
> 
By 
far 
the 
easiest 
way 
to 
create 
a 
g 
2.1 
plugin 
is 
with 
maven.  
I'm
> 
starting 
a 
maven 
archetype 
to 
make 
it 
easy 
to 
set 
up 
a 
maven 
project 
to
> 
generate 
a 
plugin.  
This 
seems 
like 
a 
good 
test 
case.
> 
> 
thanks
> 
david 
jencks
> 
> 


Hi 
David,

I 
think 
this 
is 
an 
excellent 
suggestion!

When 
one 
thinks 
of 
application 
server 
usage, 
a 
Portal 
environment 
is 
usually
hovering 
near 
the 
top 
of 
use-case 
scenarios, 
followed 
closely 
by 
CMS, 
so 
if
we 
were 
to 
take 
Liferay 
as 
a 
first 
use-case 
and 
make 
it 
a 
model, 
we 
would 
be
solving 
many 
problems 
at 
once: 
your 
archetype 
development, 
a 
use-case 
model
suitable 
for 
public 
consumption, 
and 
solving 
my 
particular 
development
situation.

I 
need 
to 
step 
away 
right 
now, 
but 
I 
will 
follow-up 
again 
to 
this 
thread 
and
provide 
you 
with 
all 
the 
information 
you 
require 
so 
that 
we 
can 
work
together 
on 
getting 
this 
accomplished.


Thanks!

Jim


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