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To participate, please contact Thierry Danard at tdanard@yahoo.com.
 
 
 
 
 
Customizing Corendal applications
 
All applications have numerous configuration options, including a bunch of xml files in the setups folder that you can edit with Notepad. If you want to make advanced modifications and customize the Java code itself, here are the steps to follow:
 
- Follow the installation instructions to setup Apache Tomcat and MySQL
- Download Eclipse with WTP (Web Tools Project). Any version of Eclipse 3.1 or greater will work
- Open Eclipse
- Reference your Apache Tomcat server
  • File -> New -> Other -> Server -> Server
  • Select Apache -> Tomcat v5.5 Server (or the version of Tomcat you have on your local machine).
  • Enter the path of your Apache Tomcat installation
- Create a new project
  • File -> New - Other -> Web -> Dynamic Web Project (call the project "directory", use your Apache Tomcat server as "Target Server")
  • Drag and drop all files and directories of the application except "JavaSource" under the "WebContent" directory of Eclipse (it might be called "war" in some distributions of Eclipse)
  • Wait for Eclipse to finish
  • Drag and drop the content of the "JavaSource" directory in the "JavaSource" directory of Eclipse (it might be called "src" in some distributions of Eclipse)
  • Wait for Eclipse to finish
- Click the green arrow in the Server view to start the web application. The address of the site will be http://localhost:8080/directory/
 
- Develop away.