Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization

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An integration platform that unifies data from disparate sources into a single source and exposes the data as a reusable service.

Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization

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1. Install & Configure JBoss Data Virtualization

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  1. Download the Quick-Start Kit.

  2. Unzip the Quick-Start kit.

  3. Open the terminal and change your present working directory(pwd) to home folder of Quick-Start kit.

  4. Run setup_dv.sh (.bat) script. This will:

    1. Install and Start Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization 6.3 server with default settings.

    2. Start H2 database server and populate with sample datasource for Getting Started example.

    3. Configure and deploy Web Service.

Note that the above steps for installing Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization with default settings, and populating data sources that will be used in our Getting Started example can also be viewed in Part 1 of Getting Started video series.

If you prefer to install Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization with customized settings, please refer to Getting Started Guide

2. Set Up Dev Environment

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  1. Install the Java SE Development Kit (JDK), we recommend OpenJDK or Oracle JDK 1.8 or above.

  2. Download Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio

  3. Run Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio installer

    1. For MAC/Linux:

      1. Go to the folder where you have downloaded Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio, and execute the installer

        java -jar jboss-devstudio-9.1.0.GA-installer-eap.jar

        Note: This will execute the Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio installation wizard.

    2. For Windows:

      1. Right Click on jboss-devstudio-9.1.0.GA-installer-eap.jar

      2. Select Open With >Jar Launcher

  4. Install JBoss Developer Studio Integration Stack (JBDSIS) plugins

    1. Start Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio.

    2. In Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio, click Help > Red Hat Centralaction from the main menu.

    3. Click the tab Software/Update and select the JBoss Data Virtualization Development option and then click Install

      Note: If Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization Development is already installed then proceed to next step. You can confirm that JBDSIS is installed on your machine by clicking What is already installed link.

      Note: If you are facing proxy issues downloading JBDSIS plugins via Red Hat Central, then you can download JBDSIS plugins locally to your computer from this link.

    4. Click Next.

    5. Accept any additional dependencies and license agreements, and then click Finish to complete.

Note: When installation is complete you will be prompted to re-launch Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio to ensure the new features are fully operational.

Note that the above steps for installing the Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio can also be viewed in Part 1 of Getting Started video series.

3. Build your first application12

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Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization allows you to easily combine data from multiple, heterogenous data sources without moving or copying any data. In this example application you will be building federated data views pulling data from Flat file, Web and H2 relational database. These federated data views can be easily accessed via any JDBC client or Web Service.

Follow the steps of Part 2 and Part 3 from Getting Started video series to build your first data virtualization project.

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