Fuji Scheduler Quickstart Instructions

This section used to be called Adding Scheduler To Existing Fuji Environment and intended for the Fuji acquainted, but since M4 is the next Milestone, it has become too unwieldy to do patching.  Everything is now pre-bundled into a pre-release fujifelix-1.0-M4-SNAPSHOT.jar so there aren't copious bundles to download anymore, so here are the few steps required:

  1. Extract fujifelix-1.0-M4-SNAPSHOT.jar
  2. Install scheduler-archetype-1.0-M4-SNAPSHOT.jar into pertinent Maven repository:

  3. Delete the .index directory in the Maven repository to ensure the newer Scheduler Archetype is used when the repository is next indexed
  4. Install Fuji IFL Support NB Plugin
  5. Install Fuji Server NB Plugin
Comments:

Hi, thanks for the two fuji related blogs. I was just wondering where I should place the springsource jar file to get the thing working. thanks a lot again.

Posted by Suhail Manzoor on January 14, 2009 at 01:31 AM PST #

Suhail,

To install the SpringSource jar (OSGI bundle) files, please follow the instructions in Step 2 of http://blogs.sun.com/edwong/entry/adding_scheduler_to_existing_fuji

Install your downloaded OSGi bundles into Felix by:

\* First, start Felix by going to the Fuji directory and typing:

java -jar bin\\felix.jar

\* At the Felix prompt, type in:

install file:{downloaded bundle}

\* Check that all the installed bundles are resolved by typing:

ps

\* Re-resolve bundles if necessary by typing:

resolve

\* Exit Fuji CLI by typing:

shutdown

Posted by Ed Wong on January 14, 2009 at 02:01 AM PST #

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