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From "Osborne, John D" <josbo...@uabmc.edu>
Subject RE: [External Sender] Re: Deploy Async Service without XML
Date Tue, 15 May 2018 14:54:33 GMT
Thanks Jerry, not sure how I missed that.

 -John

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From: uimaee@gmail.com [uimaee@gmail.com] on behalf of Jaroslaw Cwiklik [cwiklik@apache.org]
Sent: Tuesday, May 15, 2018 3:58 AM
To: user@uima.apache.org
Subject: [External Sender] Re: Deploy Async Service without XML

You can generate UIMA-AS deployment descriptor programmatically. You still
need AE descriptor though.

Please check UIMA-AS documentation:
https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__uima.apache.org_d_uima-2Das-2D2.10.3_uima-5Fasync-5Fscaleout.html-23ugr.ref.async.api.usage&d=DwIBaQ&c=o3PTkfaYAd6-No7SurnLtwPssd47t-De9Do23lQNz7U&r=SEpLmXf_P21h_X0qEQSssKMDDEOsGxxYoSxofi_ZbFo&m=U8uhcK-ff3unC3R6JrZd3dnzWauSyiuLs_FefZ7fZt8&s=pYKLSCtmns01alVgi7w6p-ZdLAjF6inrYmzko474muU&e=
section 4.10 Generating Deployment Descriptor Programmatically

Jerry

On Mon, May 14, 2018 at 9:47 PM, Osborne, John D <josborne@uabmc.edu> wrote:

> Is it possible to deploy an UIMA-AS service without an XML descriptor
> similar to how UIMA-FIT works? I currently deploy services using
> https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__deployAsyncService.sh&d=DwIBaQ&c=o3PTkfaYAd6-No7SurnLtwPssd47t-De9Do23lQNz7U&r=SEpLmXf_P21h_X0qEQSssKMDDEOsGxxYoSxofi_ZbFo&m=U8uhcK-ff3unC3R6JrZd3dnzWauSyiuLs_FefZ7fZt8&s=0vhUs649w82ayOgQS1h3m42wQo690J5W_P3ZOzDy8pE&e=
>
> I have multiple long running services that need to work in different
> (production, testing, dev) environments and would prefer to avoid having an
> XML file for each service. I realize that with some refactoring (like
> removing environment specific parameters) this number of XML files could be
> reduced, but I've become spoiled with UIMA-FIT. :)
>
> I'm looking at the toXML()  function so I can potentially generate the
> aggregate analysis engine with UIMA-FIT.
>
> -John
>
>

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