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Introduction to the Java Stack
Michael Youngstrom
Outline
• Who is the Java Stack Team
• What is the Java Stack
• Stack Tools
Who is the Java Stack Team?
Allen Day
Matt Wheeler
Mike Youngstrom
Bruce Campbell
Jeremy Lund
Mike Heath
Robert Thornton
The Stack Charter
• Drive Productivity of Software Engineering in ICS
– Providing consulting and support services
– Simplifying the use of approved ICS technologies
– Delivering reusable cross-portfolio solutions
– Defining reference architectures
We Support Development
of Java applications in ICS
What about the LDSTech Community?
• Our Charter applies to LDSTech development too
– We support Community Java Development
– Mostly Web Development
• Java represents best shot at ICS Sponsorship:
– Co-location
– Co-development
What kind of support do we provide?
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Training
Expert help on supported tools
Architecture advice
Implementation advice
Java development and QA best practice
Deployment help
Build Scripting help
Framework/tool advice
Integration with organizational standard Technologies
Help with any Java related question or problem
Support Tools
• Wiki:
– https://tech.lds.org/wiki/index.php/LDS_Java_Stack
• Reference Documentation:
– http://code.lds.org/maven-sites/stack/
• Community Forum:
– https://tech.lds.org/forum/forumdisplay.php?98
• Training
– https://tech.lds.org/wiki/Java_Stack_Training
• Issue Tracker
– https://code.lds.org/jira/browse/STACK
Stack Platform Tools
• Supporting all of Java is a big task!
• Standard Tools help enable support
– Centrally solve problems once for many
– Focus expertise
– Bring uniformity to Java development
Integrated Tools and Platforms
Java
Oracle DB
Oracle
Streams AQ
(JMS)
Hibernate /
JPA
EhCache
Tomcat
Websphere
Maven
Spring
Portfolio
CXF (JAX-WS
and JAX-RS)
Selenium
WAM
LDS Account
Eclipse
TestNG
Servlet / JSP
Custom Tools and Integrations
Sonar Analysis
Extentions
Spring
Concurrency
DB Migration
Tool
Spring DB
Config
Spring GWT
Remoting
GWT Patterns
Library
Hibernate
Config
Streams AQ
Spring
Integration
Logging
Utilities
Example
Architectures
(Pet Store)
Pseudo I18n
Automated Test
Environment
Config
Remedy WS
Client
Jax-rs Spring
Utilities
Jax-ws Spring
Utilities
Service Proxy
Starter (Project
Templating)
Monitoring
Utilities
Tcat Deploy
Maven Plugin
Tomcat
Encryption
Generic Tomcat
Deploy Maven
Plugin
Spring Web
Utilities
Web Utilities
WAM OES
Client API
WAM Emulator
Maven Plugin
Web Security
Utilities
EhCache
Streams AQ
Integration
Unit Test
Utilities
Eclipse IDE
Integrations
Oracle XE
Development
VM
LDSTech IDE
• Eclipse based IDE
• Preinstall many tools
– Maven
– Spring
– SVN
– Git
– Tomcat
• Plugin to simplify Tomcat Dev configuration
• Optimal Configuration Defaults
Oracle VM
• Oracle is the primary database in ICS
• Oracle XE is free version of Oracle
– Great for development
• Nobody wants Oracle on their workstation
– Background services
– Port issues
– Etc
• Currently provide Virtual Box VM Image
• Allows us to by pass redistribution issues
Stack Starter
• Stack Starter is a templating application
• Produces a preconfigured project:
– Fully functional
– Uses supported tools
– Can provides a simple demo
• The generated application is yours to own and
evolve
• Individual tools are still usable without Stack
Starter
Summary
• Java Stack team is a Java development support
group
– Including Community Development
• As a team we support many tools
• Starter tools
– LDSTech IDE
– Oracle VM
– Stack Starter
Lab Getting Started
• LDSTech IDE
– https://tech.lds.org/wiki/Getting_started_with_the_LDST
ech_IDE_(Java_WebApp_platform)
• Install Oracle VM
– https://tech.lds.org/wiki/Oracle_VM
• Creating a Stack Starter Project importing into
eclipse
– https://tech.lds.org/wiki/Creating_a_LDS_Java_Stack_Pro
ject

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