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This guide is designed to get you up and running quickly.
First, you'll need to download and install maven2 if you haven't already done so. You= *don't* have to use Maven, but it makes things substantially easier by man= aging all of the dependencies in Tynamo. Even if it initially takes you a w= hile to learn Maven, it saves you a lot of time as your project gets bigger= .=20 =20 =20
Next, issue the following command (on a single line):
Use Maven 2.1.x or newer (other= wise you need to specify the archetype plugin version with mvn org.apac= he.maven.plugins:maven-archetype-plugin:2.0-alpha-4:generate since the= older archetype plugin version doesn't know how to handle :generate goal)<= /span>
If you really want to use snapshot archetypes, use:
Enter suitable values on the command line, for example:
Once you press enter, Maven will download any required plugins, the Tyna= mo modules and its dependencies and then create a working Tynamo project.= p>
Starting up your application is super simple, just go into your new proj= ect directory and do:
This will download all dependencies, build your project and start it in = the jetty container. Be warned, this can take some time, especially if you = just started using maven. If any downloads fail, try running this again. So= metimes the maven repositories get bogged down. When everything finishes, y= ou will now be able to go to http://localhost:8080/
Setting up an Eclipse project is also very simple. First, you will need = to tell Eclipse how to find your maven repository. This is a one time step = for each Eclipse workspace:
You should now be able import your project into Eclipse and ready to add= your own domain classes!