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Steps to generate a Java data-oriented application

Before starting, if you are totally new to SpringFuse, you should take a few moment to understand how it works.

Requirements

To generate a project, adjust the settings below and execute the resulting command lines in a console.

Step 1/4: Configure your project

Project informations
The Celerio version that Springfuse should use.
Use simple characters a-z, A-Z, 0-9, ex: myproject

The generated code is ideal for enterprise data-oriented application requiring well organized code, conversation support, powerful features, nice look&feel and development productivity.

JavaEE 6 + Spring Framework + Selenium (targeting Jetty, Tomcat, JBoss, etc.)

JavaEE 6 + Spring Framework (backend only)

JavaEE 6 (targeting JBoss EAS 7.1)

JavaEE 7 (targeting GlassFish 4.0)

Database settings
Proxy Settings


Once you are done, copy-paste sequentially these maven commands from step 2 and from step 4 in a console:

Step 2/4: Fetch the appropriate archetype

Copy paste the command below in a console to create the minimal set of files required to reverse the database.

Step 3/4: Configuration (Optional)

Once you become familiar with Springfuse, you may want to configure the code generation.

Step 4/4: Reverse and Code Generation

Copy paste these commands in a console to:

If the remote generation fails (error, missing entities, etc.), please read this faq entry. You should also provide a valid email in the form above to obtain the generation logs.

The first time you use Springfuse or Maven you may be disappointed by the time Maven takes to download all the jar dependencies. Just be patient...