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Tuscany - Getting Started - Helloworld Sample
This sample demonstrates a simple helloworld style SCA application and how to run that with Tuscany.
See the README in the top-level samples folder for general information on the Tuscany samples.
This project creates an SCA contribution with a deployable composite named helloworld.composite.
The composite defines an SCA component, HelloworldComponent, which provides a Helloworld service,
the component is implemented by a Java class.
You can use the contribution by starting the composite in the Tuscany Shell. To do that run the
following command in the helloworld folder:
mvn tuscany:run
Alternatively, the Tuscany Shell can be started with the scripts in the Tuscany binary distribution
bin folder. To do that run the following command at the root of a Tuscany binary distribution:
bin\tuscany.bat samples\getting-started\helloworld
Once the Shell has been started with one of those methods you can use Shell commands to explore
the SCA domain, for example, use the "installed" command to get the status of installed contributions,
"services" to see the available component services, and you may test calling the helloworld service by
using the "invoke" command:
invoke HelloworldComponent sayHello yourName
This sample was created by the Tuscany contribution-jar Maven archetype. You can use that archetype to
create your own SCA contribution projects by running the following Maven command:
mvn archetype:generate -DarchetypeCatalog=
then at the prompt select 1 to choose the contribution-jar archetype and then answer the questions.
This project used the following answers:
Define value for property 'groupId': :
Define value for property 'artifactId': : helloworld-contribution
Define value for property 'version': 1.0-SNAPSHOT: 2.0-Beta3
Define value for property 'package': sample