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JConnector Guide v 1 0.docx 2012-02-22 809.7 kB 11 weekly downloads
JConnector UI field description v 1 0.xlsx 2012-02-21 122.2 kB 11 weekly downloads
Configure JConnector Certificates.docx 2012-02-21 12.1 kB 11 weekly downloads
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JConnector Mapping to LSS and TSS v1 0.xlsx 2012-02-20 17.0 kB 11 weekly downloads
license.txt 2012-02-20 738 Bytes 11 weekly downloads
==================================== Introduction ==================================== The JConnector application is an open source application showcasing connectivity to PCEHR system via B2B Gateway channel implemented in PCEHR system. ==================================== Setup Build ==================================== - To build and test the distributable package, an appropriate Java IDE or build environment must be installed. - Import all the projects into the JAVA IDE. - Resolve Project dependencies and Run the project. ==================================== Running the Java Swing Program ==================================== - Find the DesktopApplication1 jar in the distribution folder. - Download the jar and navigate to the jar folder from the command line. - Run the jar from the command prompt using the command line - java -jar DesktopApplication1.jar ==================================== Solution ==================================== The solution consists of the following projects: - Thick Client (desktop application) The user interface allowing the users to interact with the application. - B2B Service Handlers The SI layer that encapsulates the UI triggers and builds appropriate request objects and handles response objects. - B2B Util Helper The relevant helper classes of the application that packages the WSDLs, SSL and NASH certificate for mutual authentication. - Request Models Request objects for UI of the application. - Response Models Response objects for UI of the application. - Stubs Apache CXF generated classes from the WSDLs to invoke the web services. ==================================== Pre-Requisites ==================================== Java Development Kit (JDK) ------------------------------------ 1. Download and install JDK 7: URL: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html 2. Unpack the JDK distribution into a directory of your choice. This directory will be your <JDK_HOME>and will be used in this document to refer to the root directory of the JDK installation. <JRE_HOME> will be used in this document to refer to <JDK_HOME>/jre. 3. Create a JAVA_HOME environment variable pointing to the <JDK_HOME> directory in [2]. 4. Add <JDK_HOME>/bin to the system path. 5. Install and configure Apache CXF 2.5.1 runtime. ==================================== Licensing ==================================== Copyright 2012 Licensed under the Open Source (Apache) License; you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. A copy of the License is in the 'license.txt' file, which should be provided with this work.
Source: readme.txt, updated 2012-02-20

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