[Deploying Sakai] Installing sakai
steve.swinsburg at gmail.com
Sat Nov 13 03:04:58 PST 2010
Firstly, if you have imported all of Sakai into Eclipse, then remove it. It's unneccesary. If you need to modify parts of Sakai, then bring in just that module. But as you are just starting out, you won't need to (yet).
Second, you need to resolve the build path issues within Eclipse. You can create an M2_REPO variable in Eclipse and then 'extend' it and point it at the jars in your repo. For the ones you are missing you want org/sakaiproject/kernel kernel-api.
On 12/11/2010, at 11:37 AM, Suhas Tumkur Jagadeesh wrote:
> I am trying to install sakai on my local machine.
> I have completed all the necessary steps given in Programmer's Cafe (http://confluence.sakaiproject.org/display/BOOT/Programmer%27s+Cafe).
> I am trying to install 2.7.1 version of sakai.
> I am able to build (through maven) and run sakai through command line.
> But I am not able to run sakai through "eclipse".
> I have installed "maven" and "sakai app builder" plugins for "eclipse".
> I have tried to create a "Hello World" tool.
> The creation is successful but with errors.
> error 1: Required projects on the build path:
> entity-api (missing)
> user-api (missing)
> error 2: error showing in HelloWorldProducer.java - "The import org.sakaiproject.user cannot be resolved"
> Can somebody please help me resolve this issue and give some suggestions on running sakai through eclipse?
> Thanks in advance.
> Suhas Jagadeesh
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