Before starting the installation, you must have Java Development Kit 7 or higher installed. You can download it from ().
- Download the installer from here.
Unzip the wisemapping-3.X.zip binary distribution. This will generate a
- Open a command line terminal within
Finally, execute the following line to start wisemapping:
After some time, you should see something like this. This means that the application is ready to accept requests:
- WiseMapping server will be started on http://localhost:8080/wisemapping/. You could start testing it using the user firstname.lastname@example.org and password test.
Congrats!, you should have WiseMapping really to be use. A couple of additional comments you have to keep in mind:
- This default installation comes with embedded HQSQL file based database. For production environments, we strongly encourage you to use MySql. Take a look at this page for more information.
- There are a couple of additional defaults you might be interested in reviewing (email servers, etc). Review the file WEB-INF/app.properties and adjust it based on your requirements.
Finally, for advance installation questions or problems you visit he group https://groups.google.com/d/forum/wisemapping-support.
Also in the file
app.properties , Part Plain SMTP Server Configuration with SMTP settings for an address to you that works. This is necessary so that registered users can receive email confirmation notifications when a card is shared or a new password when they have forgotten.
When you run the script
start.sh , the server runs as you do not leave the terminal. To avoid having to maintain a permanently open terminal, it executes the command followed by
Each time you make a change to the file
app.properties , you will kill the java process underway and start the script
When the machine crashes and needs to restart, it may be useful to revive Wisemapping start. To do this, create a file
/etc/init.d/wisemapping contains this line: