My smart shop

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General information

Abstract

My1Shop is one of the OSBP applications based on the OS.bee Software Factory.
This is the introduction to this app. It contains the system requirements as well as a guide to generating, starting and configuring the app.

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License information

The OS.bee Software Factory is distributed under a commercial license.

The product itself is based on the OSBP Software Factory which is an Eclipse project. In addition, the software depends on several other open source projects, and the entire list of licenses used can be found here.

OS.bee Software Factory

Please install the OS.bee Software Factory first. Instructions for the installation can be found here.

How to generate My1Shop


My1Shop is generated from within Eclipse.

  1. In Package Explorer or Project Explorer, right click the mouse, then select New -> Other....

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  2. Select OSBP Projects -> My1App -> Next.

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  3. Now the generation window for My1Shop appears. Select the My1Shop project:

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    • The theme of the UI can be changed. In this case, we use the default value osbp - Classic - Classic.

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    • Click on Next.

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  4. The JNDI Datasource is set up on this page.

    • The default value is h2memory, which saves all data in memory.

    • You can also change it to other JNDI data sources, e.g. MySQL, Oracle etc. Please configure such data sources before starting the app. To do this, see: How to Configure OSBP Applications.

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    • Click on Next.

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  5. Set the timepoint for mock-data generation. Click on Next.

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  6. Choose the location where you would like to save the files of My1Shop.

    • You can use the default folder:

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    • Or you can specify a different folder by unchecking the checkbox:

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    • Click on Next.


  7. The XMS Memory allocation is usually ¼ of total physical memory. The desktop link which will be used later for starting the app is also found here.
    • If any other OSBP app has already been generated, then the default port 8081 should already be in use. In that case, please change the port number used by this app to avoid any conflict.

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    • Click on Finish to start the generation step.



  8. When the window disappears, you can see in the Project Explorer that all projects of My1Shop have been generated.

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    • Please note that up until this point, the application has not yet been completely generated. Typically, the workspace is still being built (see the bottom-right corner of the window). Wait until this process has completed.

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  9. When the Building Workspace: message disappears, the generation of My1Shop is complete. The Project Explorer should now look like this:

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