(Migrated) Enable Zato Componenents

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Hi all,

Just started to use Zato. In Zato blog, I find there are some components (
not sure if it’s component) like message and cloud.
But I haven’t found those stuffs in quickstart environement.
How to enable them?
Please help point me the documentation.

Thanks,
Van

On 07/04/2014 07:15 AM, Le Van wrote:

Just started to use Zato. In Zato blog, I find there are some components (
not sure if it’s component) like message and cloud.
But I haven’t found those stuffs in quickstart environement.

Hi there,

those are new to Zato 2.0 which is currently in development.

Unfortunately, there’s no package repository for in-development versions
yet.

But I can build a package for you - if you only tell me if you’d like to
install it on CentOS/RHEL, Ubuntu or Debian, and whether it’s 32-bit or
a 64-bit system?

Just for the reference - scripts to build one’s own packages are here

Let’s say you need a package for Ubuntu:

  1. Clone the repo
  2. cd deb
  3. ./build-zato.sh master 2.0 levan1

That will build a custom DEB from current git master and a suffix of
levan1 so you can always confirm it’s one you built yourself.

But this is just a side note - I’d be happy to do it for you if you only
tell me what your OS/version are.

thanks,

On 07/04/2014 07:15 AM, Le Van wrote:

Just started to use Zato. In Zato blog, I find there are some components (
not sure if it’s component) like message and cloud.
But I haven’t found those stuffs in quickstart environement.

Hi there,

those are new to Zato 2.0 which is currently in development.

Unfortunately, there’s no package repository for in-development versions
yet.

But I can build a package for you - if you only tell me if you’d like to
install it on CentOS/RHEL, Ubuntu or Debian, and whether it’s 32-bit or
a 64-bit system?

Just for the reference - scripts to build one’s own packages are here

Let’s say you need a package for Ubuntu:

  1. Clone the repo
  2. cd deb
  3. ./build-zato.sh master 2.0 levan1

That will build a custom DEB from current git master and a suffix of
levan1 so you can always confirm it’s one you built yourself.

But this is just a side note - I’d be happy to do it for you if you only
tell me what your OS/version are.

thanks,

Hi Dariusz,

I’m using Ubuntu 12.04 (64).
I will try to do it myself ( to ask for your help if any issue).

Thanks,
Van

On Fri, Jul 4, 2014 at 2:18 PM, Dariusz Suchojad dsuch@zato.io wrote:

On 07/04/2014 07:15 AM, Le Van wrote:

Just started to use Zato. In Zato blog, I find there are some components
(
not sure if it’s component) like message and cloud.
But I haven’t found those stuffs in quickstart environement.

Hi there,

those are new to Zato 2.0 which is currently in development.

Unfortunately, there’s no package repository for in-development versions
yet.

But I can build a package for you - if you only tell me if you’d like to
install it on CentOS/RHEL, Ubuntu or Debian, and whether it’s 32-bit or
a 64-bit system?

Just for the reference - scripts to build one’s own packages are here

https://github.com/zatosource/zato-build

Let’s say you need a package for Ubuntu:

  1. Clone the repo
  2. cd deb
  3. ./build-zato.sh master 2.0 levan1

That will build a custom DEB from current git master and a suffix of
levan1 so you can always confirm it’s one you built yourself.

But this is just a side note - I’d be happy to do it for you if you only
tell me what your OS/version are.

thanks,


Dariusz Suchojad

https://zato.io
ESB, SOA, REST, APIs and cloud integrations in Python

I’m able to build the package ( ubuntu 12.04).

and using following command to create quick start application.
zato quickstart create ./tutorial postgresql localhost 6379 --verbose
–odb_host localhost --odb_port 5432 --odb_user zato --odb_db_name zato2
–odb_password zato --kvdb_password zato

One question: What is default password for admin user?

On Fri, Jul 4, 2014 at 2:23 PM, Le Van levan83@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Dariusz,

I’m using Ubuntu 12.04 (64).
I will try to do it myself ( to ask for your help if any issue).

Thanks,
Van

On Fri, Jul 4, 2014 at 2:18 PM, Dariusz Suchojad dsuch@zato.io wrote:

On 07/04/2014 07:15 AM, Le Van wrote:

Just started to use Zato. In Zato blog, I find there are some
components (
not sure if it’s component) like message and cloud.
But I haven’t found those stuffs in quickstart environement.

Hi there,

those are new to Zato 2.0 which is currently in development.

Unfortunately, there’s no package repository for in-development versions
yet.

But I can build a package for you - if you only tell me if you’d like to
install it on CentOS/RHEL, Ubuntu or Debian, and whether it’s 32-bit or
a 64-bit system?

Just for the reference - scripts to build one’s own packages are here

https://github.com/zatosource/zato-build

Let’s say you need a package for Ubuntu:

  1. Clone the repo
  2. cd deb
  3. ./build-zato.sh master 2.0 levan1

That will build a custom DEB from current git master and a suffix of
levan1 so you can always confirm it’s one you built yourself.

But this is just a side note - I’d be happy to do it for you if you only
tell me what your OS/version are.

thanks,


Dariusz Suchojad

https://zato.io
ESB, SOA, REST, APIs and cloud integrations in Python

ah yes. I almost forgot. It works now.

On Fri, Jul 4, 2014 at 5:00 PM, Dariusz Suchojad dsuch@zato.io wrote:

On 07/04/2014 11:57 AM, Le Van wrote:

I’m able to build the package ( ubuntu 12.04).

and using following command to create quick start application.
zato quickstart create ./tutorial postgresql localhost 6379 --verbose
–odb_host localhost --odb_port 5432 --odb_user zato --odb_db_name zato2
–odb_password zato --kvdb_password zato

One question: What is default password for admin user?

There is no default password - one is generated for you and printed out
on screen when quickstart finishes, it will be something like
jauz-apae-tyza-rmaz.

You can change it by running

$ zato update password /path/to/web-admin admin


Dariusz Suchojad

https://zato.io
ESB, SOA, REST, APIs and cloud integrations in Python