nmdp-bioinformatics/service-hml-fhir-converter-parent

Name: service-hml-fhir-converter-parent

Owner: NMDP/Be The Match Bioinformatics Research

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Created: 2017-06-05 16:28:41.0

Updated: 2017-06-20 03:36:59.0

Pushed: 2017-08-01 02:55:31.0

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Language: Shell

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service-hml-fhir-converter-parent

This is a parent project to build and install service-hml-fhir-converter and service-hml-fhir-converter-api.

Note

A variety of dependencies are needed to run the above mentioned projects. Currently, dependencies are not published in a hosted environment (such as Artifactory). This package will run the necessary Maven commands with arguments to install to your local maven repository.

Prerequisites

To build, install, and run this application, you will need to have the following installed on a Unix environment (** To come shortly: Windows / PS automated build)

Installation

Installation is automated, to install default package, simply issue the following command:

'python Setup.py [options]'

This will initiate downloading source code from github on the MASTER branch. Packages are built and installed in sequential order, this is maintained by build automation.

Options
Environment

This application contains a spring service that integrates to the following external requirements:

*Documentation for Kafka can be found at: https://kafka.apache.org/, we recommend downloading the correct binary distribution for your environment and creating a minimum of 3 kafka brokers. Typical setup of topics include 3 partitions, and 3 replicates. This will allow for fault-tolerance testing.

*Documentation for MongoDb can be found at: https://www.mongodb.com/, we recommend using the default configuration for development purposes.


This work is supported by the National Institutes of Health's National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, Grant Number U24TR002306. This work is solely the responsibility of the creators and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.