Turmeric SOA Maven Archetypes

To help make project creation easier for those that are not using eclipse, and also for those using eclipse but like standard maven formatted projects, we have created a maven archetype for the Turmeric SOA project.


The archetype is currently available in the snapshot repository, and it’s archetype catalog entry can be found here.

The archetype will generate a multi module project, that contains the basics for creating a turmeric service.  It will include both an Interface Project and a Service Implementation project.   All code will be generated according to the maven standard directory structure layout.

To run the archetype simply enter:

mvn archetype:generate -DarchetypeCatalog=http://www.ebayopensource.org/nexus/content/repositories/snapshots/archetype-catalog.xml

Next select the number corresponding to the archetype you want to use:

Choose archetype:
1: http://www.ebayopensource.org/nexus/content/repositories/snapshots/archetype-catalog.xml -> turmeric-simple-legacy-service-archetype (A maven archetype for creating a simple turmeric service)
2: http://www.ebayopensource.org/nexus/content/repositories/snapshots/archetype-catalog.xml -> turmeric-simple-service-archetype (-)
Choose a number: :

There are a couple of property values that need to be filled in.

  1. lowerCaseServiceName = this is the name of your service in lower case.  It is used in setting up the namespace paths and also for package names.
  2. serviceName = a camel case service name (i.e. TestService)
  3. targetNamespace = the target namespace for the service.  This is populated in the WSDL and any XSD files that are produced.
  4. turmeric-runtime-version = the runtime version of turmeric to use.  Currently 1.0.0-Beta-RC1

After providing the entries, either through the interactive generation, or via command line overrides, the project will be generated.

In the next posting well take a look at how to add the archetype catalog to Eclipse if you are using m2Eclipse 0.12 or greater.

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2 Responses to Turmeric SOA Maven Archetypes

  1. Pingback: Dave Carver: Turmeric SOA Maven Archetypes

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