This document details how to setup a workspace to build and use jMaki. The assumption is that you have downloaded Glassfish.
build.properties.samplefrom the ajax/ws/jmaki directory to the user directory such as C:\Documents and Settings\myusername\build.properties . Note the ".samples" extension is removed. Now Edit
build.propertiesand change the following properties in
|javaee.home||The directory where the GlassFish, the Java EE 5 SDK, is installed.||
|javaee.server.name||Host name of the server where the J2EE SDK is installed||localhost|
|javaee.server.port||The port number for the server you chose while installing GlassFish, the Java EE 5 SDK||8080|
|javaee.server.username||The administrator username specified for the serve while installing GlassFish, the Java EE 5 SDK||admin|
path to a file containing the admin
password for the J2EE SDK. The password file needs to be in the
Where you will
replace <j2eesdk-admin-password> with
the admin password for the GlassFish, the Java EE 5 SDK. We recommend
you use adminadmin as the password since it is the default for
glassfish app server.
|javaee.adminserver.port||The port number for admin server you chose while installing GlassFish, the Java EE 5 SDK||4848|
When you dont want to build all the apps in project go to the specific widget directory under ws/jmaki/widgets and run ant run to build and deploy any individual application.
If you want to see how to use jMaki components see: Using jMaki and jMaki Application Structure.
If you want to develop your own widgets using jMaki please see jMaKi for the widget developer.