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From Richard Eckart de Castilho <...@apache.org>
Subject Re: UIMAFit and UIMA-AS deployment
Date Thu, 30 Apr 2015 17:33:56 GMT

I have tried once to use UIMA-AS and I did it in conjunction with uimaFIT.

At the time, I didn't find any API to programmatically create UIMA-AS
deployment descriptors. It appeared to me as if UIMA-AS extracted
information directly from the XML stream - but then I maybe didn't dig
deep enough.

Anyway, I created a class to programmatically build a subset of the 
UIMA-AS deployment descriptor.

You find this class and some code using it here:


Maybe it helps you.


-- Richard

On 30.04.2015, at 17:40, Sylvain Surcin <surcin@kwaga.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> I'm trying to see if I can adapt our UIMA-AS architecture to UIMAFit.
> And I'm wondering how to actually do it from the main level where I have a
> class
> UimaAsynchronousEngine myEngine = new BaseUIMAAsynchronousEngine_impl();
> myEngine.addStatusCallbackListener(myListener);
> myEngine.deploy(myAsDeploymentDescriptorFile, applicationContext);
> The AS deployment descriptor file has a section
> <topDescriptor>
>  <import location="./MyAggregateChain.xml"/>
> </topDescriptor>
> Now, if I want to be smart and use UIMAFit's AggregateBuilder, how do I
> reconciliate that with the deployment descriptor file?
> Is there a way to do that entirely from within the Java code?
> Or do I have to use UIMAFit to generate the aggregate descriptor file from
> the AnalysisEngine built by the AggregateBuilder?
> Thanks for your help,
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