Timetabling Development using MyEclipse

  • Load UniTime project from CVS
  • Setup JAAS
    • Add the following lines to ~/.java.login.config
Timetabling { org.unitime.timetable.authenticate.jaas.DbAuthenticateModule sufficient debug=true; };

Alternatively, you can set environment variable JVM_OPTS to point to JavaSource/jaas.config:

export JVM_OPTS="${JVM_OPTS} -Djava.security.auth.login.config=~/Sources/UniTime/JavaSource/jaas.config"
  • Add yourself to USERS table (if you are not already in there)
    • external_uid is your user id (PUID)
    • username is your login name
    • password is your password, encoded using org.unitime.timetable.authenticate.jaas.DbAuthenticateModule class
-- add user john with user id 12345678 and password ChangeMe insert into users (external_uid, username, password) values ('12345678','john','gH/3GzMBJi4iKtBeW3xDJQ==');
  • Database connection
    • If you need to connect Oracle Database, create file JavaSource/custom.properties with the following content
connection.url=jdbc:oracle:thin:@localhost:1521:xe connection.driver_class=oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver connection.username=timetable connection.password=***** dialect=org.hibernate.dialect.OracleDialect tmtbl.uniqueid.generator=org.hibernate.id.SequenceGenerator

where connection.url is the proper connection string and connection.password the appropriate password.

  • Deploy UniTime project and start Tomcat

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