Changeset 30573


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Timestamp:
06/15/16 18:35:56 (4 years ago)
Author:
ak19
Message:

Terminology change: 'web-distributed' GS3 is a GS3 with dispersed web folder (not 'distributed').

Location:
main/trunk
Files:
4 edited

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  • main/trunk/gli/gems.bat

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    4545:checkUserPermissions
    4646
    47 rem In a distributed GS3 setup like in the labs, we don't require the Greenstone directory to be writable.
     47rem In a web-dispersed GS3 setup like in the labs, we don't require the Greenstone directory to be writable.
    4848rem If GS3, get the using.user.web property from build.properties and if set to true, we can skip to shiftElevated
    4949:: http://ss64.com/nt/syntax-substring.html
  • main/trunk/gli/gli.bat

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    4949:checkUserPermissions
    5050
    51 rem In a distributed GS3 setup like in the labs, we don't require the Greenstone directory to be writable.
     51rem In a web-dispersed GS3 setup like in the labs, we don't require the Greenstone directory to be writable.
    5252rem If GS3, get the using.user.web property from build.properties and if set to true, we can skip to shiftElevated
    5353:: http://ss64.com/nt/syntax-substring.html
     
    166166:rungs3
    167167
    168     rem In a distributed GS3 set up like in the labs, gsdl3home.isreadonly would be true and
     168    rem In a web-dispersed GS3 set up like in the labs, gsdl3home.isreadonly would be true and
    169169    rem we need to run the web server in read-only mode. This section of code borrowed from gs3-server.bat.
    170170    set USE_TMPDIR_FOR_TOMCAT=
  • main/trunk/greenstone3/build.properties.in

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    1616#web.home=${tomcat.installed.path}/webapps/greenstone3
    1717
    18 ## If creating a distributed GS3 set up, with GS3 in a read-only location, then it will need a
    19 ## distinct user web folder for content (sites and collections), and need to run tomcat from TMP.
    20 ## You need to configure 4 properties to get a distributed GS3 to work on windows:
     18## If creating a GS3 set up with a dispersed web folder ("web-dispersed" GS3), with GS3 in a read-only location, then
     19## it will need a distinct user web folder for content (sites and collections), and need to run tomcat from TMP.
     20## You need to configure 4 properties to get a "web-dispersed" GS3 to work on windows:
    2121## - set web.home above to the writable location where collections and sites should be created (use forward slashes)
    2222## - uncomment using.user.web below and set to true,
  • main/trunk/greenstone3/build.xml

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    169169  <property name="web.home" value="${basedir}/web"/>
    170170  <property name="web.writablehome" value="${gsdl3.writablehome}"/>
    171   <!-- If using a distributed GS3, then the user web would not contain everything in the default GS3 web
    172   (it won't contain a CGI or lib folder inside WEB-INF, for instance) -->
     171  <!-- If using a dispersed GS3 web folder, then the user web would not contain everything in the
     172       default GS3 web (it won't contain a CGI or lib folder inside WEB-INF, for instance) -->
    173173  <if>
    174174    <bool><available file="${web.home}/WEB-INF/cgi" type="dir"/></bool>
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