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1 Tutorial by CarlosRuiz_globalqss 2 Introduction: 3 How to setup up your environment 3.1 Create the tag project (adempiere320) 3.2 Create the project source directory 3.3 Compile and export your customizations 3.4 Apply the customizations to your ADempiere installation 3.5 Test your customization 3.6 Solving Dependencies 4 Setup example within Eclipse 4.1 Eclipse setup 4.2 Project customization setup 4.3 Running / Debugging within eclipse 5 See Also
Tutorial by CarlosRuiz_globalqss
This tutorial will show you how to make a customization project by making a customization.jar with your changes and deploy them in the ADempiere binary
Sometimes you realise that ADempiere does not perfectly suit your needs and you need to make some changes to parts of the sourcecode. Some customizations are not possible to achieve through ADempiere’s brilliant Application Dictionary and you have to modify the source code for that. The recommended way of doing customizations is to do it in a separate project. There you can do your customized classes and create customization.jar archive. For additional information you can also refer to: http://en.wikiversity.org /wiki/Adempiere_Technical_Training#Project_Customization_M anagement_Hints I am going to walk you through an sample customization using ADempiere 3.2. It is mostly applicable to any version thereafter.
How to setup up your environment
Create the tag project (adempiere320)
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Check out Adempiere 3.2 (http://www.adempiere.com/wiki/index.php/Create_your_ADempiere_development_environment) Create a new project in eclipse Right click on the Package explorer pane choose New and then java project. Give your new project a name. For example custom_termo_adempiere320 Choose create separate folders for sources and class files. M ake sure that the jre is compatible (as of 28 Feb 2006 you should use java 1.5). Click finish
Create the project source directory
4.compiere. 5. For any dependent classes located in the main project adding the main project(ADempiere 3. 3. Uncheck export class files with compile errors. 5. Test your customization 1. Compile and export your customizations 1. Right click on custom_termo_adempiere320 and choose export. Click next. Choose Bulgarian (BG) for language and hit OK. In our case we do not want .jar.classpath and . Right click on custom_termo_adempiere320 and choose New->Source Folder Name it client/src and hit save Right click on the newly created source folder and choose New-> Package and name it org.2’s source you checked out earlier. Setup example within Eclipse Eclipse setup This is an example of a real life project.Create the source directory structure and package structure for the files you are going to customize exactly the same as the ones in ADempiere 3. In this case I am going to substitute the string "\u041f\u0440\u0438\u0432\u0438\u043b\u0435\u0433\u0438 \u0438" located next to the string “Role” with the string “Rolia”. Hit next. on the right side of eclipse you can see: working set adempiere320 (I use working sets to work with projects of different versions) project adempiere320 (from tags/adempiere320) this project can be considered read-only.2’s source code you checked out earlier and paste it in package org. Start the ADempiere client by running ADEM PIERE_HOM E\RUN_Adempiere 3.compiere.apps we just created in the project custom_termo_adempiere320. Select Java->JAR file for the destination.compiere.apps. M ake sure you name your export file customization.apps Now copy the file ALoginRes_bg. For this particular example I am going to modify the file ALoginRes_bg. Click finish Apply the customizations to your ADempiere installation 1. Choose the files you would like to export.java from the ADempiere 3. Choose Java Build Path and add the missing references in the Libraries tab or the Projects tab. 2.jar. Now you should see the string “Rolia” instead of the Bulgarian translation for Role next to the drop-down allowing you to choose a Role. Solving Dependencies When you try to compile your customization source files you may run into missing dependency problems. 4. 3.2 in our case) to the Projects tab should be sufficient. never touched project patches_321 (from branches/patches_321) this project have the officially released patches for 320 project Localization_Colombia (from contributions/Localizations/Colombia) this project have the customized classes for LCO project QSS (from QSS private repository) this project have the customized classes for our private QSS installation working set adempiere330 working set adempieretrunk .java located in client/src in package org. Choose an export destination. I choose D:\customization.jar file that we just created to the ADEM PIERE_HOM E\lib 2. To do that do the following in custom_termo_adempiere320 project: 1. 2. M ake your modifications.project so we uncheck those. You should resolve those by right clicking on your customization project and choosing properties to bring up the properties window of the project. Start the ADempiere server by running ADEM PIERE_HOM E\util\RUN_Server2 2. Copy the customization. Run ADEM PIERE_HOM E\RUN_silentsetup or ADEM PIERE_HOM E\RUN_Setup You have successfully deployed your customization.
jar you can package the bin directory of Localization_Colombia + QSS projects. patches_321 and adempiere320 projects: . in this case QSS (custom project) depends on Localization_Colombia.jar you can package the bin directory of patches_321 project. Project customization setup The key is to make eclipse notice of the precedence of projects. on the project definition of QSS we define the dependent projects.To construct patches. To construct customization.
And we need to let eclipse know the precedence where the classes are looked for (the classpath): Running / Debugging within eclipse .
Adempiere.You need to create a new runner for the project this way: On the project QSS you define the runner for the project: Please note that the search button may not be able to find the class org. In that case you just have to type it manually. On the arguments section you can tell eclipse the properties to use .compiere.you can use one property file for each project: .
Normally the classpath of the runner doesn't need modifications. just showing it here for documentation purposes: .
wikiversity. .adempiere.References: http://en.com/index.php/Create_your_ADempiere_customization_environment" Categories: Developer documentation | Training Course This page was last modified on 23 M ay 2010. Content is available under GNU Free Documentation License 1.org/wiki/Adempiere_Technical_Training#Project_Customization_M anagement_Hints Enjoy ! See Also M odelValidator Retrieved from "http://www.2. at 02:38.