UNOMI-420: provide IT for mergeProfileOnPropertyAction and forceEvent… (#255)

* UNOMI-420: provide IT for mergeProfileOnPropertyAction and forceEventProfileAsMaster option

* UNOMI-420: provide IT for mergeProfileOnPropertyAction and forceEventProfileAsMaster option (cosmetic changes)
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  2. .gitignore
  3. BUILDING
  4. KEYS
  5. LICENSE
  6. MERGING-PULL-REQUESTS
  7. NOTICE
  8. NOTICE.template
  9. README.md
  10. api/
  11. buildAndRun.sh
  12. buildAndRunNoTests.sh
  13. common/
  14. compileDeploy.sh
  15. docker/
  16. extensions/
  17. generate-package.sh
  18. generate-site-and-upload.sh
  19. generate-site.sh
  20. graphql/
  21. itests/
  22. kar/
  23. license-mappings.xml
  24. lifecycle-watcher/
  25. manual/
  26. metrics/
  27. package/
  28. performance-tests/
  29. persistence-elasticsearch/
  30. persistence-spi/
  31. plugins/
  32. pom.xml
  33. release-audit.sh
  34. rest/
  35. samples/
  36. scripting/
  37. services/
  38. setenv.sh
  39. src/
  40. tools/
  41. update-notice.sh
  42. wab/
README.md

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Apache Unomi

https://unomi.apache.org

Apache Unomi stores user profile information and is mostly used to provide a backend server for A/B testing and personalization. To do so it implements the currently under development OASIS Context Server specification.

License

The source code is available under the Apache License V2

Branches

  • main (master) branch: is the current development branch and should be considered unstable. At this it might even not compile. It is only recommended for Unomi developers or people looking to contribute on the project.
  • unomi-X.X.X branches : these are the maintenance branches of the stable releases of Apache Unomi and should always compile and be stable. These are recommended for users that prefer to work from the source code. Otherwise you can find packaged binaries on the Apache Unomi website.

Documentation

You can find all the updated documentation, including building and deployment instructions, on the Apache Unomi web site.