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by  helenv »  2014/06/05 15:39

what do I do with the JAR file when it has been created? I have read about applet code but you have to specify a start class - how do I find out what this is for my site?  Do I run the JAR file as an applet, servlet or java application? do I use an html file to load it?

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    2014/06/05 15:39

    helenv <p> what do I do with the JAR file when it has been created? I have read about applet code but you have to specify a start class - how do I find out what this is for my site?&nbsp; Do I run the JAR file as an applet, servlet or java application? do I use an html file to load it?</p>

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    Re: JAR file

    by  glucazeau »  2014/06/05 15:52

    Hello Helen,

    what JAR file are you talking about, is it JAR for a module you've created in the Studio ?

    Regards,

    Guillaume

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    2014/06/05 15:52

    glucazeau <p> Hello Helen,</p> <p> what JAR file are you talking about, is it JAR for a module you&#39;ve created in the Studio ?</p> <p> Regards,</p> <p> Guillaume</p>

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    Re: Re: JAR file

    by  helenv »  2014/06/05 19:08

    I just wanted to load my site onto a server and look at it via a URL - when I saw the compile option I presumed that it created a run time file that I could use.  However, this appears not to be the case.  So if you have any documentation on how to implement a Jahia site on a URL I would be most grateful as I am completely in the dark as to how to deploy what little of my site I have at the moment.  I would like to go through the whole process (albeit without including my editor) so I can see how it all works before spending lots of time building the site without knowing how it all fits together in the end.

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    2014/06/05 19:08

    helenv <p> I just wanted to load my site onto a server and look at it via a URL - when I saw the compile option I presumed that it created a run time file that I could use.&nbsp; However, this appears not to be the case.&nbsp; So if you have any documentation on how to implement a Jahia site on a URL I would be most grateful as I am completely in the dark as to how to deploy what little of my site I have at the moment.&nbsp; I would like to go through the whole process (albeit without including my editor) so I can see how it all works before spending lots of time building the site without knowing how it all fits together in the end.</p>

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    Re: Re: Re: JAR file

    by  glucazeau »  2014/06/06 09:31

    Hello Helen,

    the compile option is for modules and templates set, they are Maven projects that you can create in the Studio and deploy to your Jahia instance through it. Your site (pages, contents) will be created in the Edit mode.

    Did you have a look to our introduction videos? I think they may be useful. On this page http://www.jahia.com/fr/home/resources/video.html the "Webinar Digital Factory 7" and "Jahia Digital Factory 7 - Developer Quick Start" may be a nice introduction of Jahia.

    You have some videos and slides from JahiaOne here, introducting the new features: http://www.jahiaone.com/jahiaOne-2014/slides-videos-pictures

    In Jahia, go to the Administration > Web Projects, you can import the "ACME Space Website Demo 7.0", that will create a full website that you can browse in live and edit mode to see what it looks like.

    Also in the Studio, use the menu "New > Get module from sources" to download sources from Github. You'll have a better idea of what a templates set or module look like. Here are some GitHub repository used by the ACME Space demo:

    - the site itself: https://github.com/Jahia/acme-space-elektra

    - the templates set: https://github.com/Jahia/bootstrap-acme-space-templates

    - the Forum module: https://github.com/Jahia/JahiApp-Forum

    Let me know if it helped

    Regards,

    Guillaume

  • Re: Re: Re: JAR file
    2014/06/06 09:31

    glucazeau <p> Hello Helen,</p> <p> the compile option is for modules and templates set, they are Maven projects that you can create in the Studio and deploy to your Jahia instance through it. Your site (pages, contents) will be created in the Edit mode.</p> <p> Did you have a look to our introduction videos? I think they may be useful. On this page http://www.jahia.com/fr/home/resources/video.html the &quot;Webinar Digital Factory 7&quot; and &quot;Jahia Digital Factory 7 - Developer Quick Start&quot; may be a nice introduction of Jahia.</p> <p> You have some videos and slides from JahiaOne here, introducting the new features: http://www.jahiaone.com/jahiaOne-2014/slides-videos-pictures</p> <p> In Jahia, go to the Administration &gt; Web Projects, you can import the &quot;ACME Space Website Demo 7.0&quot;, that will create a full website that you can browse in live and edit mode to see what it looks like.</p> <p> Also in the Studio, use the menu &quot;New &gt; Get module from sources&quot; to download sources from Github. You&#39;ll have a better idea of what a templates set or module look like. Here are some GitHub repository used by the ACME Space demo:</p> <p> - the site itself: https://github.com/Jahia/acme-space-elektra</p> <p> - the templates set: https://github.com/Jahia/bootstrap-acme-space-templates</p> <p> - the Forum module: https://github.com/Jahia/JahiApp-Forum</p> <p> Let me know if it helped</p> <p> Regards,</p> <p> Guillaume</p>

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