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Set up your environment using the instructions for building the whole of Tuscany, but only download and install Java 5, Maven and Svn (note that only one file, Interface2JavaGenerator.java, has a Java 5 dependency, if you want to work with Java 1.4.2 then just delete this file before building).
Make sure 'mvn' and 'svn' commands are in your PATH environment variable.
Check out the SDO open source projects from Apache.
Run "mvn" under <local tuscany dir>/java directory to install POM files from the root project to the local repository
You can now build SDO project as a whole or build the individual SDO subprojects.
This step builds all subprojects in the source tree at once
If the mvn command completed successfully, you will see BUILD SUCCESSFUL in the output and the results of compilation will be available in jar files created under directories named "target" directly under the root directories of the projects. These jar files are also installed into your local maven repository ($HOME/.m2/repository) and are available as inputs to later build operations.
Maven fetches external resources required for a build process from the internet. These resources are at times unavailable. It may be necessary to run "mvn" again at a later time.
If you are taking time to reply to firewall prompts, this can cause some requests to time out. Set up the firewall to permit the action without prompting.
Build sdo.spec project
Build sdo.impl project
Build sdo.tools project
Build sdo.samples project