WebObjects/Wirehose/Installation

InstallationEdit

Download the WireHoseServerX.X.dmg disk image to anywhere on your system, and double-click it to open. Inside you'll find the WireHoseFrameworks.pkg installer, which will guide you through installing the WireHose frameworks onto your system. You'll need an administrator password to run the installer. Inside the WireHoseServerX.X disk image you'll also find a folder called WireHoseExtras, which contains sample files and source code. Drag this folder anywhere you like (such as your home directory).

What gets installed whereEdit

/Library/FrameworksEdit

WireHoseBase
Enterprise object model, business logic and utility classes; required for any WireHose application
WireHoseEngageSupport
Optional access control framework
WireHoseLayoutSupport
WebObjects components, direct actions and session and web application helper classes
WHFrontBasePrototypes, WHOpenBasePrototypes, WHOraclePrototypes
Database attribute definitions
WireHoseWOBuilderBindings
Xcode project and dummy framework to help WebObjects Builder properly display WireHose component bindings

/Library/WebServer/Documents/WebObjects/FrameworksEdit

WireHoseLayoutSupport
Common images

~/WireHoseExtrasEdit

Developer
Templates you should put into ~/Developer
Documentation
API documentation, developer overview, database setup, tREADME, etc.
SampleCode
Sample applications and frameworks
SampleData
Sample XML data, mapping models and SQL setup scripts


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Last modified on 11 May 2009, at 21:09