Apromore has been successfully installed on the following platforms:
- Windows 7
- Linux (specifically ubuntu only when running OracleJVM)
- Mac OSX 10.8 , to 10.911
Ensure the following software is installed:
- Java 1.7
- Maven 3.13.19
- Ant 1.9.2
- Git 2.3.5
Additional software required for PQL support:
- MySQL 5.6.x
- Subversion 1.6
MySQL is the default db that we support but we do have plugins for Postgres and Oracle but some extra setup will be required. The manager
application will need to be told about the change as well as the Assembely project. Also we only have sql scripts to create the database
for H2 and MySQL.
LoLA 2.0 (http://service-technology.org/lola/)
In the root directory of the source code checkout, copy the file Almost all configuration occurs in the top level site.properties _template to site.properties.
Edit the following entries in site.properties:
editor.dir: This needs to reference an empty directory with write permission, e.g. on Linux or OSX you could use /tmp (the systems temp folder), or on Windows C:/windows/temp (the windows temp folder).
fileshare.dir: This is a local directory which will be made accessible via WebDAV at http://localhost:9000/filestore/dav e.g. C:/Development/webdav-root
- Apromore-Editor/build.properties: fileSystemRootDirectory = C:/Development/Temp/signarvio-root (Or something equivalent in non windows systems)
This needs to reference an empty directory with write permission.
e.g. on Linux or OSX you could use /tmp (the systems temp folder), or on Windows C:/windows/temp (the windows temp folder).
At this point MySQL isn't required for the builds at it now uses H2. To run Apromore after the build you will need MySQL setup.
file. The default version of this file from a fresh git
checkout contains reasonable defaults that use H2 as the main database, but disable PQL (which requires MySQL or Postgres and
more intricate configuration).
H2 running from a flat file is the default database for the sake of zero-configuration.
However our development is done chiefly on MySQL; instructions for reconfiguring Apromore to use MySQL appear below.
We do have plugins for Postgres and Oracle, but some extra setup will be required since we only have sql scripts to create the
database for H2 and MySQL.
Some of Apromore's features are implemented as Java applets running client-side in the browser. If you possess an code-signing
certificate (not an SSL certificate), you can edit the top-level codesigning.properties file to use your certificate rather
than the self-signed certificate included in the source tree. This will avoid browser warnings.
Ensure MySQL is configured to accept local TCP connections on port 3306 in its .cnf file; "skip-networking" should not be present.
$ sudo mysqld_safe
Set the root password of MySQL to the default used by Apromore
$ mysqladmin -u root password MAcri
Create a database named 'apromore' in your MySQL server
$ mysqladmin --user=root --password=MAcri create apromore
Create a user named 'apromore' with the required permissions
$ mysql --user=root --password=MAcri
CREATE USER 'apromore'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'MAcri';
GRANT GRANT SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, LOCK TABLES, EXECUTE, SHOW VIEW ON apromore.* TO 'apromore'@'localhost';
Create and populate the database tables.
$ mysql --user=root apromore --password=MAcri < Supplements/database/db-mysql.sql
At the end of the db-mysql.sql script is where we populate some of the system data including user information.
Currently, we have a few users setup that are developers or affiliates and they can be used or you can choose to add your own.
All passwords are encrypted but they are 'password' for the time being and we don't have a facility just yet to allow a user to change there their password.
This is coming soon as well as a setup utility to allow the creation of a user on first running.
* Change to the root of the project you checked out of SVN.
* Run the ant command 'ant apromore-pre-build'. This will upload any libraries that are needed and not in any maven
repository and builds some support libraries and places all of them in your local maven repository.Edit the top-level site.properties file, replacing the H2 declarations in "Database and JPA" with the commented-out MySQL properties.
Stop and restart the server so that it picks up the changes to site.properties.
PQL queries over the process store are only supported on MySQL. Create and populate the database with additional tables for PQL:
$ mysql --user=root --password=MAcri < Supplements/database/PQL.MySQL-1.2.sql
In site.properties, perform the following changes:
* Change pql.numberOfIndexerThreads to at least 1
* Change pql.numberOfQueryThreads to at least 1
* Change pql.lola.dir to the location of your LoLA 2.0 executable
* Change the various pql.mysql.* properties to match your MySQL database
In build.xml, uncomment the inclusion of the following PQL components in the "pickupRepo" fileset:
Also, uncomment the following component in the "copy-virgo" target:
* Check out the Apromore source tree using git: 'git clone https://github.com/apromore/ApromoreCode.git'
* Change to the root of the project you checked out of git. 'cd ApromoreCore'
* Run the maven command 'mvn clean install'. This will build the Apromore manager, portal and editor and all the extra plugins.
* Create an empty H2 database 'ant create-h2'. Only do this once, unless you just want to reset to a blank database later on.
* Run the ant command 'ant start-virgo'. This will install, configure and start Eclipse Virgo, and deploy Apromore.
* Apromore runs on all modern browsers, browse http://localhost:9000/portal
* Ctrl-C on the command line will shut the server down.
You can upload some sample data into the system with the following command:
$ ant install-sample-data
/airport contains a Configurable BPMN process models which demonstrate configurability
/pql contains Petri nets in PNML format from the PQL test suite
/repair contains a BPMN model which demonstrates log animation
TRY IT OUT
Apromore runs on all modern browsers, browse http://localhost:9000/portal
Please keep track of this page as we are constantly changing the build to make it better. Also in the near future, we will be releasing artifacts for all different system for an even easier setup.