> cd /mybahmni/
> git clone https://github.com/Bahmni/openerp-atomfeed-service
> git clone https://github.com/Bahmni/bahmni-package
> cd /mybahmni/openerp-atomfeed-service/
# generate the war "openerp-atomfeed-service.war"
> mvn clean install
> cp target/openerp-atomfeed-service.war /mybahmni/bahmni-package/bahmni-erp-connect/resources/
> cd /mybahmni/bahmni-package/bahmni-erp-connect/
> ./gradlew buildrpm
# you might want to bump up the version of the rpm.
# To do so, you can change "bahmni-package/gradle.properties"
# now copy the rpm to the target machine (vagrant or docker)
# uninstall previous version of bahmni-erp-connect
# first logon to the target env and switch to su
# assuming that you have the erp-connect rpm available at /tmp/
> rpm -e bahmni-erp-connect
> rpm -Uvh /tmp/<bahmni-erp-connect-0.92-1.noarch.rpm>
> service bahmni-erp-connect status
Please note, some of the runtime properties configuration (like using APP_PROPERTIES_FILE env variable to indicate external properties file) are only available from 0.92 version.
Runtime properties are set through "bahmni-erp-connect.conf" which is usually found under "/opt/bahmni-erp-connect/etc/"
The properties exported this way, are set as environment variables everytime "bahmni-erp-connect" starts up. However the properties set this way do not allow properties with dot - for example "scheduler.initial.delay" can not be exported through "bahmni-erp-connect.conf" file. For this you would require this property to be passed either as JVM arguments with "-D" parameters.
java -jar -Dscheduler.start.delay=10000
Alternatively, export a property "APP_PROPERTIES_FILE" in "bahmni-erp-connect.conf"