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From Cameron Goodale <sigep...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [jira] [Commented] (OODT-52) Update the CAS File Manager User Guide
Date Tue, 27 Sep 2011 09:24:39 GMT
Great catch and solution on the Maven 3 vs. 2 issue on Mac.

The filemanager xdocs used to tell you how to first install oodt-core, then
ONLY install filemanager.  I tried this last night and it would not build
properly due to missing jars, etc...

My plan is to update the xdoc for File Manager to instruct the user to
checkout and built OODT (the complete suite) it will just be easier.  Once
they get the build success message I will send them to the wiki.

I will also be sure to include the warning message for Mac OS X users.  Even
in 10.5.x the Mac Java updates also update to Maven 3.

Getting closer to closing this issue out.

-Cam

On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 4:44 PM, Thomas Bennett <tbennett@ska.ac.za> wrote:

> Hi Cameron,
>
> I previously built another wiki page that is dedicated to File Manager
> > Policy.  If you ever decide to tackle that part of File Manager I have a
> > pretty good start you can fold back into the User Guide.
> >
> >
> >
> https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/OODT/Everything+you+want+to+know+about+File+Manger+Policy
> >
>
> Excellent! Thank you.  I'll work it into my current wiki.
>
>
> > I have a some free cycles this weekend so I will start updating the xdoc
> > page for the Basic User Guide on the site.  I will use the page to
> explain
> > the maven install and build process.  Then point the user off to your
> great
> > wiki page.
> >
>
> Great! Thanks. This is one aspect that would be extremely useful but that
> I've been avoiding - so thank you.
>
> I did however make some brief notes on getting the environment working on a
> Mac. Please feel free to use.
>
> *Java and Maven on OS X 10.7*
>
> *Maven*
>
> Mac's ship with maven 3 by default. OODT needs maven 2. Should you wish to
> get maven 2 set up as your default, you can use the following steps:
>
>
>   1. Download apache-maven-2.2.1-bin tar file.
>   2. Install it to /usr/share/ by running sudo tar
>   xzvf apache-maven-2.2.1-bin.tar.gz -C /usr/share
>   3. Now hook it in as the default maven.
>
> $ sudo rm /usr/bin/mvn
> $ sudo rm /usr/share/maven
> $ sudo ln -s /usr/share/apache-maven-2.2.1 /usr/share/maven
> $ sudo ln -s /usr/share/maven/bin/mvn /usr/bin/mvn
>
> *Java VM*
>
> To get the java environment working, you need to get the java_home command
> into your *$PATH.*
> $ ln -s
>
> /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/Current/Commands/java_home
> /usr/bin/java_home
>
> Now set up the environment variable. Add this line to your ~/.profile or
> file.
> JAVA_HOME=$( java_home )
>
> Or source it directly:
> JAVA_HOME=$(
> System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/Current/Commands/java_home
> )
>
> Cheers,
> Tom
>



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