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From "Jason Richardson (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Created] (ISIS-223) Additional Configuration Documentation for using SQL ObjectStore and usage for Quick Start Archetype.
Date Tue, 01 May 2012 20:46:55 GMT
Jason Richardson created ISIS-223:

             Summary: Additional Configuration Documentation for using SQL ObjectStore and
usage for Quick Start Archetype.
                 Key: ISIS-223
             Project: Isis
          Issue Type: Wish
          Components: Examples, Runtimes: Dflt: Objectstores: SQL
            Reporter: Jason Richardson
            Priority: Minor

Please Add additional documentation to the ISIS website or ISIS guides that details what POM
entries and need to be updated to use the SQL Ojbjefrom the archetype quick
start documentation 

I did this using the ISIS quickstart version: 0.2.0-incubating

** This is a PostgreSQL example

** In order to use the SQL ObjectStore the following things need to be done once the user
has created their new ISIS Application.

# comment postgresql url base example for (isis.persistor.sql.jdbc.connection):  jdbc:postgresql://host:port/database

1.  Add the following entry in your projectname-objstore-dflt POM file
2.  Add the maven dependencies for your Database Drivers entry in your projectname-objstore-dflt
POM file
2. In the projectname-webapp project in the file change the isis.persistor

3. In the projectname-webapp project add the following properties (suitable for your Database
3a. You will need to change the connection entry and driver entry to be specific for your
database platform drivers and database server location and port.
3b. -if you want ISIS to create your DB tables you will need to use an ID/Password that has
table creation rights.


# PostgreSQL ISIS specific data type overides
isis.persistor.sql.datatypes.double=DOUBLE PRECISION

4.  Do a maven clean and install on your main project and run it.
4b.  You should see new table(s) created in your database.

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