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Questions about programming with Joram.
Here are a list of commonly asked questions and answers.
See also these other sources of information:
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What JDK release does Joram need?
Normally Joram requires JDK/JRE release 1.7.x or higher, however it is possible to configure Joram with older JDK/JRE release.
What platforms will Joram run on?
Joram is developed on Linux and Windows. As the client and server components are written in Java, it is platform-neutral.
Where can I find help?
How to get help?
Before you report a problem you might want to read the FAQ.
We can help you faster if you provide us a test that demonstrates your issue.
How can I get the source code from subversion?
You can browse SVN directly via the web use this link.
To check out from SVN:
Only project developers can commit to the SVN tree. Additionnals informations about svn are available here.
How do I compile from the source?
Change to root directory then launch maven through
Additionnals informations are available in Getting Started page.
How do I get involved in the Joram project?
Any input or personal view for improving and/or developing JORAM is welcome. JORAM, as an open source project, also welcomes external contributions. If you are interested contact us or check the developer's corner page.
Welcome aboard! We love contributions - here are some suggestions for what you can work on:
We're happy to hear from anyone who wants to get involved or is curious about the project.
What are the components versions embedded in Joram?
A file named versions in the SVN lib directory list the different versions used in the current release. Since 4.2.0 a copy of this file is shipped in the lib directory of each packaged version.
How should I interpret Joram's version numbering?
Joram is versioned with the scheme major.minor.patch.
A protocol identifier is also available, it indicates the compatibility between two versions.
What jars do I need?
The minimal list of bundles to start a Joram server is monolog.jar, a3-common.jar, a3-rt.jar, jcup.jar, joram-shared.jar, joram-mom-core.jar and a3-osgi.jar. If you use the shipped JNDI service it is also necessary to add jndi-shared.jar and jndi-server.jar bundles. This represents less than one megabytes.
A set of possible OSGi configuration is provided with the samples in
To start a Joram/JMS client you need monolog.jar, jcup.jar, joram-shared.jar, joram-client-jms.jar and a JMS API jar geronimo-jms_1.1_spec.jar for example. If you want to use the shipped JNDI service it is also necessary to add jndi-client.jar and jndi-shared.jar.
How can I start a Joram server?
In order to start a Joram server you just need to execute the AgentServer class with a correct a3servers.xml configuration file.
Ant tasks, Windows and Linux shell scripts are available with the samples.
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