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Monetary Ontology Walkabout

This is the wiki page for Monetary Ontology Walkabout (MOWa), whose principal public face is here

I intend to use this instead of the blog to provide tutorials about how to get set up and running.

Here is a (hopefully) complete List of all the downloads you will need.

The easiest way to follow things is to create a copy of the project in you own machine, using the stuff available under Source Control

I recommend obtaining the code using Tortoise. I describe the steps to using that in Using Tortoise.

The source code will be hard to work with, just like that, so I describe how I set up my development environment in Get the project into Eclipse and Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot.

A monetary site that loses all its data when shut down isn’t much use so I show how to prepare an ontologically compatible database in Create the MySql Database and show how to use it from the application in Connect to MySql from Eclipse.

Following that, we want to establish a WWW server for our content. That’s TomCat, an application server. Packaging up a Web ARchive (WAR) file manually, for an application server like TomCat is too inefficient. Instead we use Maven. It collects together all the necessary bits and pieces, both locally and from around the Internet, assembles the WAR file and deploys it to TomCat. The steps are described in Set up Maven and Tomcat.

The preceding is a long and error prone step, and it fails to get us set up with a web application that can access the database, so we also need to Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application. Unfortunately, that is nearly twice as long and no less error prone, so I’ve tried to make sure that each step in it can be seen to be correct before you go on to the next one.

With that out of the way we can build our first REST application, that returns some data in response to REST style commands. A simple REST style application with Apache Wink provides a step by step guide to doing that, building, necessarily, on all that has gone before.

Withe the REST understood on the "front* of the server, and RDF & JDBC understood no the back of the server it is time to bring them together in a Complete application with JDBC RDF REST calls GET PUT POST DELETE.

The tutorial guide Wiki pages in sequence are listed in 000 Ordered Table of Contents

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Text: - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >> h1. Monetary Ontology Walkabout This is the wiki page for *Monetary Ontology Walkabout* (MOWa), whose principal public face is "here":http://hasanbramwell.blogspot.com/ I intend to use this instead of the blog to provide tutorials about how to get set up and running. Here is a (hopefully) complete [List of all the downloads] you will need. The easiest way to follow things is to create a copy of the project in you own machine, using the stuff available under "Source Control":http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/ I recommend obtaining the code using Tortoise. I describe the steps to using that in [Using Tortoise]. The source code will be hard to work with, just like that, so I describe how I set up my development environment in [Get the project into Eclipse] and [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot]. A monetary site that loses all its data when shut down isn't much use so I show how to prepare an ontologically compatible database in [Create the MySql Database] and show how to use it from the application in [Connect to MySql from Eclipse]. Following that, we want to establish a WWW server for our content. That’s TomCat, an application server. Packaging up a Web ARchive (WAR) file manually, for an application server like TomCat is too inefficient. Instead we use Maven. It collects together all the necessary bits and pieces, both locally and from around the Internet, assembles the WAR file and deploys it to TomCat. The steps are described in [Set up Maven and Tomcat]. The preceding is a long and error prone step, and it fails to get us set up with a web application that can access the database, so we also need to [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application]. Unfortunately, that is nearly twice as long and no less error prone, so I've tried to make sure that each step in it can be seen to be correct before you go on to the next one. With that out of the way we can build our first REST application, that returns some data in response to REST style commands. [A simple REST style application with Apache Wink] provides a step by step guide to doing that, building, necessarily, on all that has gone before. Withe the REST understood on the "front* of the server, and RDF & JDBC understood no the back of the server it is time to bring them together in a [Complete application with JDBC RDF REST calls GET PUT POST DELETE]. The tutorial guide Wiki pages in sequence are listed in [000 Ordered Table of Contents] - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >> !/file/7507! !/file/7508! !/file/7506!- - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >> h1. Monetary Ontology Walkabout This is the wiki page for *Monetary Ontology Walkabout* (MOWa), whose principal public face is "here":http://hasanbramwell.blogspot.com/ I intend to use this instead of the blog to provide tutorials about how to get set up and running. Here is a (hopefully) complete [List of all the downloads] you will need. The easiest way to follow things is to create a copy of the project in you own machine, using the stuff available under "Source Control":http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/ I recommend obtaining the code using Tortoise. I describe the steps to using that in [Using Tortoise]. The source code will be hard to work with, just like that, so I describe how I set up my development environment in [Get the project into Eclipse] and [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot]. A monetary site that loses all its data when shut down isn't much use so I show how to prepare an ontologically compatible database in [Create the MySql Database] and show how to use it from the application in [Connect to MySql from Eclipse]. Following that, we want to establish a WWW server for our content. That’s TomCat, an application server. Packaging up a Web ARchive (WAR) file manually, for an application server like TomCat is too inefficient. Instead we use Maven. It collects together all the necessary bits and pieces, both locally and from around the Internet, assembles the WAR file and deploys it to TomCat. The steps are described in [Set up Maven and Tomcat]. The preceding is a long and error prone step, and it fails to get us set up with a web application that can access the database, so we also need to [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application]. Unfortunately, that is nearly twice as long and no less error prone, so I've tried to make sure that each step in it can be seen to be correct before you go on to the next one. With that out of the way we can build our first REST application, that returns some data in response to REST style commands. [A simple REST style application with Apache Wink] provides a step by step guide to doing that, building, necessarily, on all that has gone before. Withe the REST understood on the "front* of the server, and RDF & JDBC understood no the back of the server it is time to bring them together in a [Complete application with JDBC RDF REST calls GET PUT POST DELETE]. The tutorial guide Wiki pages in sequence are listed in [000 Ordered Table of Contents] - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >>

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Text: - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >> h1. Monetary Ontology Walkabout This is the wiki page for *Monetary Ontology Walkabout* (MOWa), whose principal public face is "here":http://hasanbramwell.blogspot.com/ I intend to use this instead of the blog to provide tutorials about how to get set up and running. Here is a (hopefully) complete [List of all the downloads] you will need. The easiest way to follow things is to create a copy of the project in you own machine, using the stuff available under "Source Control":http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/ I recommend obtaining the code using Tortoise. I describe the steps to using that in [Using Tortoise]. The source code will be hard to work with, just like that, so I describe how I set up my development environment in [Get the project into Eclipse] and [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot]. A monetary site that loses all its data when shut down isn't much use so I show how to prepare an ontologically compatible database in [Create the MySql Database] and show how to use it from the application in [Connect to MySql from Eclipse]. Following that, we want to establish a WWW server for our content. That’s TomCat, an application server. Packaging up a Web ARchive (WAR) file manually, for an application server like TomCat is too inefficient. Instead we use Maven. It collects together all the necessary bits and pieces, both locally and from around the Internet, assembles the WAR file and deploys it to TomCat. The steps are described in [Set up Maven and Tomcat]. The preceding is a long and error prone step, and it fails to get us set up with a web application that can access the database, so we also need to [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application]. Unfortunately, that is nearly twice as long and no less error prone, so I've tried to make sure that each step in it can be seen to be correct before you go on to the next one. With that out of the way we can build our first REST application, that returns some data in response to REST style commands. [A simple REST style application with Apache Wink] provides a step by step guide to doing that, building, necessarily, on all that has gone before. Withe the REST understood on the "front* of the server, and RDF & JDBC understood no the back of the server it is time to bring them together in a [Complete application with JDBC RDF REST calls GET PUT POST DELETE]. The tutorial guide Wiki pages in sequence are listed in [000 Ordered Table of Contents] - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >> !/file/7507! !/file/7506!- - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >> h1. Monetary Ontology Walkabout This is the wiki page for *Monetary Ontology Walkabout* (MOWa), whose principal public face is "here":http://hasanbramwell.blogspot.com/ I intend to use this instead of the blog to provide tutorials about how to get set up and running. Here is a (hopefully) complete [List of all the downloads] you will need. The easiest way to follow things is to create a copy of the project in you own machine, using the stuff available under "Source Control":http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/ I recommend obtaining the code using Tortoise. I describe the steps to using that in [Using Tortoise]. The source code will be hard to work with, just like that, so I describe how I set up my development environment in [Get the project into Eclipse] and [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot]. A monetary site that loses all its data when shut down isn't much use so I show how to prepare an ontologically compatible database in [Create the MySql Database] and show how to use it from the application in [Connect to MySql from Eclipse]. Following that, we want to establish a WWW server for our content. That’s TomCat, an application server. Packaging up a Web ARchive (WAR) file manually, for an application server like TomCat is too inefficient. Instead we use Maven. It collects together all the necessary bits and pieces, both locally and from around the Internet, assembles the WAR file and deploys it to TomCat. The steps are described in [Set up Maven and Tomcat]. The preceding is a long and error prone step, and it fails to get us set up with a web application that can access the database, so we also need to [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application]. Unfortunately, that is nearly twice as long and no less error prone, so I've tried to make sure that each step in it can be seen to be correct before you go on to the next one. With that out of the way we can build our first REST application, that returns some data in response to REST style commands. [A simple REST style application with Apache Wink] provides a step by step guide to doing that, building, necessarily, on all that has gone before. Withe the REST understood on the "front* of the server, and RDF & JDBC understood no the back of the server it is time to bring them together in a [Complete application with JDBC RDF REST calls GET PUT POST DELETE]. The tutorial guide Wiki pages in sequence are listed in [000 Ordered Table of Contents] - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >> !/file/7507! !/file/7508! !/file/7506!

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Text: - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >> h1. Monetary Ontology Walkabout This is the wiki page for *Monetary Ontology Walkabout* (MOWa), whose principal public face is "here":http://hasanbramwell.blogspot.com/ I intend to use this instead of the blog to provide tutorials about how to get set up and running. Here is a (hopefully) complete [List of all the downloads] you will need. The easiest way to follow things is to create a copy of the project in you own machine, using the stuff available under "Source Control":http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/ I recommend obtaining the code using Tortoise. I describe the steps to using that in [Using Tortoise]. The source code will be hard to work with, just like that, so I describe how I set up my development environment in [Get the project into Eclipse] and [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot]. A monetary site that loses all its data when shut down isn't much use so I show how to prepare an ontologically compatible database in [Create the MySql Database] and show how to use it from the application in [Connect to MySql from Eclipse]. Following that, we want to establish a WWW server for our content. That’s TomCat, an application server. Packaging up a Web ARchive (WAR) file manually, for an application server like TomCat is too inefficient. Instead we use Maven. It collects together all the necessary bits and pieces, both locally and from around the Internet, assembles the WAR file and deploys it to TomCat. The steps are described in [Set up Maven and Tomcat]. The preceding is a long and error prone step, and it fails to get us set up with a web application that can access the database, so we also need to [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application]. Unfortunately, that is nearly twice as long and no less error prone, so I've tried to make sure that each step in it can be seen to be correct before you go on to the next one. With that out of the way we can build our first REST application, that returns some data in response to REST style commands. [A simple REST style application with Apache Wink] provides a step by step guide to doing that, building, necessarily, on all that has gone before. Withe the REST understood on the "front* of the server, and RDF & JDBC understood no the back of the server it is time to bring them together in a [Complete application with JDBC RDF REST calls GET PUT POST DELETE]. The tutorial guide Wiki pages in sequence are listed in [000 Ordered Table of Contents] - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >>- - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >> h1. Monetary Ontology Walkabout This is the wiki page for *Monetary Ontology Walkabout* (MOWa), whose principal public face is "here":http://hasanbramwell.blogspot.com/ I intend to use this instead of the blog to provide tutorials about how to get set up and running. Here is a (hopefully) complete [List of all the downloads] you will need. The easiest way to follow things is to create a copy of the project in you own machine, using the stuff available under "Source Control":http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/ I recommend obtaining the code using Tortoise. I describe the steps to using that in [Using Tortoise]. The source code will be hard to work with, just like that, so I describe how I set up my development environment in [Get the project into Eclipse] and [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot]. A monetary site that loses all its data when shut down isn't much use so I show how to prepare an ontologically compatible database in [Create the MySql Database] and show how to use it from the application in [Connect to MySql from Eclipse]. Following that, we want to establish a WWW server for our content. That’s TomCat, an application server. Packaging up a Web ARchive (WAR) file manually, for an application server like TomCat is too inefficient. Instead we use Maven. It collects together all the necessary bits and pieces, both locally and from around the Internet, assembles the WAR file and deploys it to TomCat. The steps are described in [Set up Maven and Tomcat]. The preceding is a long and error prone step, and it fails to get us set up with a web application that can access the database, so we also need to [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application]. Unfortunately, that is nearly twice as long and no less error prone, so I've tried to make sure that each step in it can be seen to be correct before you go on to the next one. With that out of the way we can build our first REST application, that returns some data in response to REST style commands. [A simple REST style application with Apache Wink] provides a step by step guide to doing that, building, necessarily, on all that has gone before. Withe the REST understood on the "front* of the server, and RDF & JDBC understood no the back of the server it is time to bring them together in a [Complete application with JDBC RDF REST calls GET PUT POST DELETE]. The tutorial guide Wiki pages in sequence are listed in [000 Ordered Table of Contents] - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >> !/file/7507! !/file/7506!

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Text: - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >> h1. Monetary Ontology Walkabout This is the wiki page for *Monetary Ontology Walkabout* (MOWa), whose principal public face is "here":http://hasanbramwell.blogspot.com/ I intend to use this instead of the blog to provide tutorials about how to get set up and running. Here is a (hopefully) complete [List of all the downloads] you will need. The easiest way to follow things is to create a copy of the project in you own machine, using the stuff available under "Source Control":http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/ I recommend obtaining the code using Tortoise. I describe the steps to using that in [Using Tortoise]. The source code will be hard to work with, just like that, so I describe how I set up my development environment in [Get the project into Eclipse] and [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot]. A monetary site that loses all its data when shut down isn't much use so I show how to prepare an ontologically compatible database in [Create the MySql Database] and show how to use it from the application in [Connect to MySql from Eclipse]. Following that, we want to establish a WWW server for our content. That’s TomCat, an application server. Packaging up a Web ARchive (WAR) file manually, for an application server like TomCat is too inefficient. Instead we use Maven. It collects together all the necessary bits and pieces, both locally and from around the Internet, assembles the WAR file and deploys it to TomCat. The steps are described in [Set up Maven and Tomcat]. The preceding is a long and error prone step, and it fails to get us set up with a web application that can access the database, so we also need to [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application]. Unfortunately, that is nearly twice as long and no less error prone, so I've tried to make sure that each step in it can be seen to be correct before you go on to the next one. With that out of the way we can at last build our first REST application, that manages RDF data in response to REST style commands. [A simple REST style application with Apache Wink] provides a step by step guide to doing that, building, necessarily, on all that has gone before. The tutorial guide Wiki pages in sequence are listed in [000 Ordered Table of Contents] - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >>- - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >> h1. Monetary Ontology Walkabout This is the wiki page for *Monetary Ontology Walkabout* (MOWa), whose principal public face is "here":http://hasanbramwell.blogspot.com/ I intend to use this instead of the blog to provide tutorials about how to get set up and running. Here is a (hopefully) complete [List of all the downloads] you will need. The easiest way to follow things is to create a copy of the project in you own machine, using the stuff available under "Source Control":http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/ I recommend obtaining the code using Tortoise. I describe the steps to using that in [Using Tortoise]. The source code will be hard to work with, just like that, so I describe how I set up my development environment in [Get the project into Eclipse] and [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot]. A monetary site that loses all its data when shut down isn't much use so I show how to prepare an ontologically compatible database in [Create the MySql Database] and show how to use it from the application in [Connect to MySql from Eclipse]. Following that, we want to establish a WWW server for our content. That’s TomCat, an application server. Packaging up a Web ARchive (WAR) file manually, for an application server like TomCat is too inefficient. Instead we use Maven. It collects together all the necessary bits and pieces, both locally and from around the Internet, assembles the WAR file and deploys it to TomCat. The steps are described in [Set up Maven and Tomcat]. The preceding is a long and error prone step, and it fails to get us set up with a web application that can access the database, so we also need to [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application]. Unfortunately, that is nearly twice as long and no less error prone, so I've tried to make sure that each step in it can be seen to be correct before you go on to the next one. With that out of the way we can build our first REST application, that returns some data in response to REST style commands. [A simple REST style application with Apache Wink] provides a step by step guide to doing that, building, necessarily, on all that has gone before. Withe the REST understood on the "front* of the server, and RDF & JDBC understood no the back of the server it is time to bring them together in a [Complete application with JDBC RDF REST calls GET PUT POST DELETE]. The tutorial guide Wiki pages in sequence are listed in [000 Ordered Table of Contents] - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >>

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Text: - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >> h1. Monetary Ontology Walkabout This is the wiki page for *Monetary Ontology Walkabout* (MOWa), whose principal public face is "here":http://hasanbramwell.blogspot.com/ I intend to use this instead of the blog to provide tutorials about how to get set up and running. Here is a (hopefully) complete [List of all the downloads] you will need. The easiest way to follow things is to create a copy of the project in you own machine, using the stuff available under "Source Control":http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/ I recommend obtaining the code using Tortoise. I describe the steps to using that in [Using Tortoise]. The source code will be hard to work with, just like that, so I describe how I set up my development environment in [Get the project into Eclipse] and [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot]. A monetary site that loses all its data when shut down isn't much use so I show how to prepare an ontologically compatible database in [Create the MySql Database] and show how to use it from the application in [Connect to MySql from Eclipse]. Following that, we want to establish a WWW server for our content. That’s TomCat, an application server. Packaging up a Web ARchive (WAR) file manually, for an application server like TomCat is too inefficient. Instead we use Maven. It collects together all the necessary bits and pieces, both locally and from around the Internet, assembles the WAR file and deploys it to TomCat. The steps are described in [Set up Maven and Tomcat]. The preceding is a long and error prone step, and it fails to get us set up with a web application that can access the database, so we also need to [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application]. Unfortunately, that is nearly twice as long and no less error prone, so I've tried to make sure that each step in it can be seen to be correct before you go on to the next one. With that out of the way we can at last build our first REST application, that manages RDF data in response to REST style commands. [A simple REST style application with Apache Wink] provides a step by step guide to doing that, building, necessarily, on all that has gone before. So these are the tutorial guide Wiki pages in order : [Using Tortoise] [Get the project into Eclipse] [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot] [Create the MySql Database ] [Connect to MySql from Eclipse] [Set up Maven and Tomcat] [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application] [A simple REST style application with Apache Wink] - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >>- - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >> h1. Monetary Ontology Walkabout This is the wiki page for *Monetary Ontology Walkabout* (MOWa), whose principal public face is "here":http://hasanbramwell.blogspot.com/ I intend to use this instead of the blog to provide tutorials about how to get set up and running. Here is a (hopefully) complete [List of all the downloads] you will need. The easiest way to follow things is to create a copy of the project in you own machine, using the stuff available under "Source Control":http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/ I recommend obtaining the code using Tortoise. I describe the steps to using that in [Using Tortoise]. The source code will be hard to work with, just like that, so I describe how I set up my development environment in [Get the project into Eclipse] and [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot]. A monetary site that loses all its data when shut down isn't much use so I show how to prepare an ontologically compatible database in [Create the MySql Database] and show how to use it from the application in [Connect to MySql from Eclipse]. Following that, we want to establish a WWW server for our content. That’s TomCat, an application server. Packaging up a Web ARchive (WAR) file manually, for an application server like TomCat is too inefficient. Instead we use Maven. It collects together all the necessary bits and pieces, both locally and from around the Internet, assembles the WAR file and deploys it to TomCat. The steps are described in [Set up Maven and Tomcat]. The preceding is a long and error prone step, and it fails to get us set up with a web application that can access the database, so we also need to [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application]. Unfortunately, that is nearly twice as long and no less error prone, so I've tried to make sure that each step in it can be seen to be correct before you go on to the next one. With that out of the way we can at last build our first REST application, that manages RDF data in response to REST style commands. [A simple REST style application with Apache Wink] provides a step by step guide to doing that, building, necessarily, on all that has gone before. The tutorial guide Wiki pages in sequence are listed in [000 Ordered Table of Contents] - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >>

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Text: - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >> h1. Monetary Ontology Walkabout This is the wiki page for *Monetary Ontology Walkabout* (MOWa), whose principal public face is "here":http://hasanbramwell.blogspot.com/ I intend to use this instead of the blog to provide tutorials about how to get set up and running. Here is a (hopefully) complete [List of all the downloads] you will need. The easiest way to follow things is to create a copy of the project in you own machine, using the stuff available under "Source Control":http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/ I recommend obtaining the code using Tortoise. I describe the steps to using that in [Using Tortoise]. The source code will be hard to work with, just like that, so I describe how I set up my development environment in [Get the project into Eclipse] and [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot]. A monetary site that loses all its data when shut down isn't much use so I show how to prepare an ontologically compatible database in [Create the MySql Database] and show how to use it from the application in [Connect to MySql from Eclipse]. Following that, we want to establish a WWW server for our content. That’s TomCat, an application server. Packaging up a Web ARchive (WAR) file manually, for an application server like TomCat is too inefficient. Instead we use Maven. It collects together all the necessary bits and pieces, both locally and from around the Internet, assembles the WAR file and deploys it to TomCat. The steps are described in [Set up Maven and Tomcat]. The preceding is a long and error prone step, and it fails to get us set up with a web application that can access the database, so we also need to [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application]. Unfortunately, that is nearly twice as long and no less error prone, so I've tried to make sure that each step in it can be seen to be correct before you go on to the next one. With that out of the way we can at last build our first REST application, that manages RDF data in response to REST style commands. [A simple REST style application with Apache Wink] provides a step by step guide to doing that building, necessarily, on all that has gone before. So these are the tutorial guide Wiki pages in order : [Using Tortoise] [Get the project into Eclipse] [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot] [Create the MySql Database ] [Connect to MySql from Eclipse] [Set up Maven and Tomcat] [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application] [A simple REST style application with Apache Wink] - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >>- - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >> h1. Monetary Ontology Walkabout This is the wiki page for *Monetary Ontology Walkabout* (MOWa), whose principal public face is "here":http://hasanbramwell.blogspot.com/ I intend to use this instead of the blog to provide tutorials about how to get set up and running. Here is a (hopefully) complete [List of all the downloads] you will need. The easiest way to follow things is to create a copy of the project in you own machine, using the stuff available under "Source Control":http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/ I recommend obtaining the code using Tortoise. I describe the steps to using that in [Using Tortoise]. The source code will be hard to work with, just like that, so I describe how I set up my development environment in [Get the project into Eclipse] and [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot]. A monetary site that loses all its data when shut down isn't much use so I show how to prepare an ontologically compatible database in [Create the MySql Database] and show how to use it from the application in [Connect to MySql from Eclipse]. Following that, we want to establish a WWW server for our content. That’s TomCat, an application server. Packaging up a Web ARchive (WAR) file manually, for an application server like TomCat is too inefficient. Instead we use Maven. It collects together all the necessary bits and pieces, both locally and from around the Internet, assembles the WAR file and deploys it to TomCat. The steps are described in [Set up Maven and Tomcat]. The preceding is a long and error prone step, and it fails to get us set up with a web application that can access the database, so we also need to [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application]. Unfortunately, that is nearly twice as long and no less error prone, so I've tried to make sure that each step in it can be seen to be correct before you go on to the next one. With that out of the way we can at last build our first REST application, that manages RDF data in response to REST style commands. [A simple REST style application with Apache Wink] provides a step by step guide to doing that, building, necessarily, on all that has gone before. So these are the tutorial guide Wiki pages in order : [Using Tortoise] [Get the project into Eclipse] [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot] [Create the MySql Database ] [Connect to MySql from Eclipse] [Set up Maven and Tomcat] [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application] [A simple REST style application with Apache Wink] - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >>

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Text: - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >> h1. Monetary Ontology Walkabout This is the wiki page for *Monetary Ontology Walkabout* (MOWa), whose principal public face is "here":http://hasanbramwell.blogspot.com/ I intend to use this instead of the blog to provide tutorials about how to get set up and running. Here is a (hopefully) complete [List of all the downloads] you will need. The easiest way to follow things is to create a copy of the project in you own machine, using the stuff available under "Source Control":http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/ I recommend obtaining the code using Tortoise. I describe the steps to using that in [Using Tortoise]. The source code will be hard to work with, just like that, so I describe how I set up my development environment in [Get the project into Eclipse] and [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot]. A monetary site that loses all its data when shut down isn't much use so I show how to prepare an ontologically compatible database in [Create the MySql Database] and show how to use it from the application in [Connect to MySql from Eclipse]. Following that, we want to establish a WWW server for our content. That’s TomCat, an application server. Packaging up a Web ARchive (WAR) file manually, for an application server like TomCat is too inefficient. Instead we use Maven. It collects together all the necessary bits and pieces, both locally and from around the Internet, assembles the WAR file and deploys it to TomCat. The steps are described in [Set up Maven and Tomcat]. The preceding is a long and error prone step, and it fails to get us set up with a web application that can access the database, so we also need to [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application] So these are the Wiki pages in order : [Using Tortoise] [Get the project into Eclipse] [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot] [Create the MySql Database ] [Connect to MySql from Eclipse] [Set up Maven and Tomcat] [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application] - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >>- - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >> h1. Monetary Ontology Walkabout This is the wiki page for *Monetary Ontology Walkabout* (MOWa), whose principal public face is "here":http://hasanbramwell.blogspot.com/ I intend to use this instead of the blog to provide tutorials about how to get set up and running. Here is a (hopefully) complete [List of all the downloads] you will need. The easiest way to follow things is to create a copy of the project in you own machine, using the stuff available under "Source Control":http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/ I recommend obtaining the code using Tortoise. I describe the steps to using that in [Using Tortoise]. The source code will be hard to work with, just like that, so I describe how I set up my development environment in [Get the project into Eclipse] and [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot]. A monetary site that loses all its data when shut down isn't much use so I show how to prepare an ontologically compatible database in [Create the MySql Database] and show how to use it from the application in [Connect to MySql from Eclipse]. Following that, we want to establish a WWW server for our content. That’s TomCat, an application server. Packaging up a Web ARchive (WAR) file manually, for an application server like TomCat is too inefficient. Instead we use Maven. It collects together all the necessary bits and pieces, both locally and from around the Internet, assembles the WAR file and deploys it to TomCat. The steps are described in [Set up Maven and Tomcat]. The preceding is a long and error prone step, and it fails to get us set up with a web application that can access the database, so we also need to [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application]. Unfortunately, that is nearly twice as long and no less error prone, so I've tried to make sure that each step in it can be seen to be correct before you go on to the next one. With that out of the way we can at last build our first REST application, that manages RDF data in response to REST style commands. [A simple REST style application with Apache Wink] provides a step by step guide to doing that building, necessarily, on all that has gone before. So these are the tutorial guide Wiki pages in order : [Using Tortoise] [Get the project into Eclipse] [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot] [Create the MySql Database ] [Connect to MySql from Eclipse] [Set up Maven and Tomcat] [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application] [A simple REST style application with Apache Wink] - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >>

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Text: - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >> h1. Monetary Ontology Walkabout This is the wiki page for *Monetary Ontology Walkabout* (MOWa), whose principal public face is "here":http://hasanbramwell.blogspot.com/ I intend to use this instead of the blog to provide tutorials about how to get set up and running. Here is a (hopefully) complete [List of all the downloads] you will need. The easiest way to follow things is to create a copy of the project in you own machine, using the stuff available under "Source Control":http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/ I recommend obtaining the code using Tortoise. I describe the steps to using that in [Using Tortoise]. The source code will be hard to work with, just like that, so I describe how I set up my development environment in [Get the project into Eclipse] and [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot]. A monetary site that loses all its data when shut down isn't much use so I show how to prepare an ontologically compatible database in [Create the MySql Database] and show how to use it from the application in [Connect to MySql from Eclipse]. Following that, we want to establish a WWW server for our content. That’s TomCat, an application server. Packaging up a Web ARchive (WAR) file manually, for an application server like TomCat is too inefficient. Instead we use Maven. It collects together all the necessary bits and pieces, both locally and from around the Internet, assembles the WAR file and deploys it to TomCat. The steps are described in [Set up Maven and Tomcat]. The preceding is a long and error prone step, and it fails to get us set up with a web application that can access the database, so we also need to [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application] - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >>- - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >> h1. Monetary Ontology Walkabout This is the wiki page for *Monetary Ontology Walkabout* (MOWa), whose principal public face is "here":http://hasanbramwell.blogspot.com/ I intend to use this instead of the blog to provide tutorials about how to get set up and running. Here is a (hopefully) complete [List of all the downloads] you will need. The easiest way to follow things is to create a copy of the project in you own machine, using the stuff available under "Source Control":http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/ I recommend obtaining the code using Tortoise. I describe the steps to using that in [Using Tortoise]. The source code will be hard to work with, just like that, so I describe how I set up my development environment in [Get the project into Eclipse] and [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot]. A monetary site that loses all its data when shut down isn't much use so I show how to prepare an ontologically compatible database in [Create the MySql Database] and show how to use it from the application in [Connect to MySql from Eclipse]. Following that, we want to establish a WWW server for our content. That’s TomCat, an application server. Packaging up a Web ARchive (WAR) file manually, for an application server like TomCat is too inefficient. Instead we use Maven. It collects together all the necessary bits and pieces, both locally and from around the Internet, assembles the WAR file and deploys it to TomCat. The steps are described in [Set up Maven and Tomcat]. The preceding is a long and error prone step, and it fails to get us set up with a web application that can access the database, so we also need to [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application] So these are the Wiki pages in order : [Using Tortoise] [Get the project into Eclipse] [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot] [Create the MySql Database ] [Connect to MySql from Eclipse] [Set up Maven and Tomcat] [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application] - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >>

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Text: - - - || [Homepage] || [Source Control] >> h1. Monetary Ontology Walkabout This is the wiki page for *Monetary Ontology Walkabout* (MOWa), whose principal public face is "here":http://hasanbramwell.blogspot.com/ I intend to use this instead of the blog to provide tutorials about how to get set up and running. Here is a (hopefully) complete [List of all the downloads] you will need. The easiest way to follow things is to create a copy of the project in you own machine, using the stuff available under "Source Control":http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/ I recommend obtaining the code using Tortoise. I describe the steps to using that in [Using Tortoise]. The source code will be hard to work with, just like that, so I describe how I set up my development environment in [Get the project into Eclipse] and [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot]. A monetary site that loses all its data when shut down isn't much use so I show how to prepare an ontologically compatible database in [Create the MySql Database] and show how to use it from the application in [Connect to MySql from Eclipse]. Following that, we want to establish a WWW server for our content. That’s TomCat, an application server. Packaging up a Web ARchive (WAR) file manually, for an application server like TomCat is too inefficient. Instead we use Maven. It collects together all the necessary bits and pieces, both locally and from around the Internet, assembles the WAR file and deploys it to TomCat. The steps are described in [Set up Maven and Tomcat]. The preceding is a long and error prone step, and it fails to get us set up with a web application that can access the database, so we also need to [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application] - - - || [Homepage] || [Source Control] >>- - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >> h1. Monetary Ontology Walkabout This is the wiki page for *Monetary Ontology Walkabout* (MOWa), whose principal public face is "here":http://hasanbramwell.blogspot.com/ I intend to use this instead of the blog to provide tutorials about how to get set up and running. Here is a (hopefully) complete [List of all the downloads] you will need. The easiest way to follow things is to create a copy of the project in you own machine, using the stuff available under "Source Control":http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/ I recommend obtaining the code using Tortoise. I describe the steps to using that in [Using Tortoise]. The source code will be hard to work with, just like that, so I describe how I set up my development environment in [Get the project into Eclipse] and [Make a toolbar for easy access to the stuff you use a lot]. A monetary site that loses all its data when shut down isn't much use so I show how to prepare an ontologically compatible database in [Create the MySql Database] and show how to use it from the application in [Connect to MySql from Eclipse]. Following that, we want to establish a WWW server for our content. That’s TomCat, an application server. Packaging up a Web ARchive (WAR) file manually, for an application server like TomCat is too inefficient. Instead we use Maven. It collects together all the necessary bits and pieces, both locally and from around the Internet, assembles the WAR file and deploys it to TomCat. The steps are described in [Set up Maven and Tomcat]. The preceding is a long and error prone step, and it fails to get us set up with a web application that can access the database, so we also need to [Create a Bare Minimum Configuration Test Application] - - - || [Homepage] || [Using Tortoise] >>

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