Installation Steps

Before starting the installation,  you must have Java Development Kit 7 or higher installed. You can download it from (

If you have java already installed, follow the next steps:
  1. Download the installer from here
  2. Unzip the binary distribution. This will generate a wisemapping-<version> directory.

  3. Open a command line terminal within wisemapping-<version> directory.
  4. Finally, execute the following line to start wisemapping:

    ~:> java -Dorg.apache.jasper.compiler.disablejsr199=true -jar start.jar

    After some time, you should see something like this. This means that the application is ready to accept requests:

    2014-01-23 18:35:38.063:INFO:oejs.Server:jetty-8.1.14.v20131031
    2014-01-23 18:35:38.082:INFO:oejdp.ScanningAppProvider:Deployment monitor ~/wisemapping-v3.0.2/webapps at interval 1
    2014-01-23 18:35:38.086:INFO:oejdp.ScanningAppProvider:Deployment monitor ~//wisemapping-v3.0.2/contexts at interval 1
    2014-01-23 18:35:38.088:INFO:oejd.DeploymentManager:Deployable added: ~//wisemapping-v3.0.2/contexts/wisemapping.xml
    2014-01-23 18:35:42.322:INFO:/wisemapping:No Spring WebApplicationInitializer types detected on classpath
    2014-01-23 18:35:42.768:INFO:/wisemapping:Initializing Spring root WebApplicationContext
    2014-01-23 18:35:45,290 WARN org.openid4java.server.RealmVerifier - RP discovery / realm validation disabled; 
    2014-01-23 18:35:45.547:INFO:/wisemapping:Initializing Spring FrameworkServlet 'mvc-rest'
    2014-01-23 18:35:46.511:INFO:/wisemapping:Initializing Spring FrameworkServlet 'mvc-servlet'
    2014-01-23 18:35:46.909:INFO:oejs.AbstractConnector:Started SelectChannelConnector@
  5. WiseMapping server will be started on http://localhost:8080/wisemapping/.  You could start testing it using the user and password test.

Congrats!, you should have WiseMapping really to be use. A couple of additional comments you have to keep in mind:

Finally, for advance installation questions or problems you visit he group 

Additional Steps


Also in the file , 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.

Silent process 

When you run the script , 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 & .Information

Each time you make a change to the file , 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: