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Standalone Fuji Runtime

When you create, build and run a fuji integration application projects in netbeans using fuji maven archetypes, the fuji maven plugin creates a distribution that consists of the application(service assembly), required jbi components, jbi framework and the felix runtime and starts the felix runtime from maven to run your integration application. This structure is suitable for running single integration application quickly. But, how do you want to run multiple integration applications in the same runtime? For that, you can use the Standalone Fuji runtime and deploy multiple applications along with the required components to it.

Fuji runs on any OSGi platform. We have multiple distributions available that bundles fuji with Felix, GlassfishV3 and Equinox. These distributions contains OSGi platform and fuji runtime and its required bundles packaged together and configured to run Fuji on these platforms. Follow the instructions below on installing the standalone fuji on various OSGi platforms.

Fuji on Felix Distribution

  1. Download fujifelix-<version>.jar
  2. unjar the downloaded jar file - "jar -xvf fujifelix-<version>.jar"
  3. Start the runtime
    1. From Netbeans - See Standalone Fuji Tools on how to manage the fuji instance from Netbeans. OR
    2. From command line
      1. cd to the directory "fuji" created when you unjar the downloaded file.
      2. start the runtime - "java -jar bin/felix.jar"

Fuji on Glassfish V3 Distribution

  1. Download fujiglassfish-<version>.jar
  2. unjar the downloaded jar file - "jar -xvf fujiglassfish-<version>.jar"
  3. Start the runtime
    1. From Netbeans - See Standalone Fuji Tools on how to manage the fuji instance from Netbeans. OR
    2. From command line
      1. cd to the directory "glassfish/bin" created when you unjar the downloaded file.
      2. start the runtime using glassfish admin cli tool - "asadmin start-domain"

Fuji on Equinox Distribution

  1. Download fujiequinox-<version>.jar
  2. unjar the downloaded jar file - "jar -xvf fujiequinox-<version>.jar"
  3. Start the runtime
    1. From Netbeans - See Standalone Fuji Tools on how to manage the fuji instance from Netbeans. OR
    2. From command line
      1. cd to the directory "fuji" created when you unjar the downloaded file.
      2. start the runtime - "java -jar equinox.jar -console"

If you want to manage the Standalone Fuji runtime from netbeans, See FujiStandaloneTools page on how to setup the netbeans and standalone fuji runtime for that or watch this video(info).

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