[Fusionforge-commits] r10712 - trunk/plugins/coclico/oslc

Sabri LABBENE labbenes at libremir.placard.fr.eu.org
Sun Sep 26 15:59:06 CEST 2010


Author: labbenes
Date: 2010-09-26 15:59:06 +0200 (Sun, 26 Sep 2010)
New Revision: 10712

Added:
   trunk/plugins/coclico/oslc/AUTHORS
   trunk/plugins/coclico/oslc/COPYING
   trunk/plugins/coclico/oslc/INSTALL
   trunk/plugins/coclico/oslc/README
   trunk/plugins/coclico/oslc/post-testdata.xml
Log:
Add documentation for FusionForge OSLC plugin.

Added: trunk/plugins/coclico/oslc/AUTHORS
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--- trunk/plugins/coclico/oslc/AUTHORS	                        (rev 0)
+++ trunk/plugins/coclico/oslc/AUTHORS	2010-09-26 13:59:06 UTC (rev 10712)
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+* Sabri LABBENE <sabri.labbene at it-sudparis.eu> at INSTITUT TELECOM,
+  as part of the COCLICO project.
+* Madhumita DHAR <madhumita.dhar at it-sudparis.eu> at Institut TELECOM,
+  as part of the Helios and COCCLICO projects
+* Olivier BERGER <olivier.berger at it-sudparis.eu> at Institut TELECOM,
+  as part of the Helios and COCLICO projects
+
+Contents of some file was inspired by a blog post "Creating a PHP REST 
+API Using the Zend Framework" by Chris Danielson 
+(http://www.chrisdanielson.com/2009/09/02/creating-a-php-rest-api-using-the-zend-framework/)
\ No newline at end of file

Added: trunk/plugins/coclico/oslc/COPYING
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--- trunk/plugins/coclico/oslc/COPYING	                        (rev 0)
+++ trunk/plugins/coclico/oslc/COPYING	2010-09-26 13:59:06 UTC (rev 10712)
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Added: trunk/plugins/coclico/oslc/INSTALL
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--- trunk/plugins/coclico/oslc/INSTALL	                        (rev 0)
+++ trunk/plugins/coclico/oslc/INSTALL	2010-09-26 13:59:06 UTC (rev 10712)
@@ -0,0 +1,24 @@
+This plugin is compatible with FusionForge 5.X.
+
+Manual install :
+----------------
+
+Required libraries :
+ * Zend framework  (tested on v. 1.10)
+ * PEAR's File_CSV library (tested on File v. 1.3.0)
+ * PEAR's HTTP library (tested on HTTP v. 1.4.1)
+You can have those libraries by installing their respectives Debian packages:
+zendframework, php-pear, php-http
+
+Plugin installation and activation :
+ * Copy the plugin root directory into your /usr/share/gforge/plugins directory.
+ * Login as forge admin and activate the plugin from the Plugin Manager page in forge's admin section. 
+ * Activate the plugin for your project (from your project's Admin -> Tools page)
+ * Don't forget to update your php include_path in your /etc/gforge/httpd.conf file
+ 
+
+How to test that installation is correct :
+---------------------------------------------
+ * If previous steps were done correctly, you will have an "oslc" tab
+ in your project's services bar. Once in it shows the followings:
+ "Thanks for using this FusionForge OSLC-CM V1 compatible REST server..."

Added: trunk/plugins/coclico/oslc/README
===================================================================
--- trunk/plugins/coclico/oslc/README	                        (rev 0)
+++ trunk/plugins/coclico/oslc/README	2010-09-26 13:59:06 UTC (rev 10712)
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+OSLC-CM V2 compatible plugin for FusionForge
+----------------------------------------------
+
+This directory holds development for an OSLC-CM V2 compatible plugin for FusionForge.
+
+This program was developped at Institut TELECOM in the frame of the
+HELIOS project (http://www.helios-platform.org/) and COCLICO project 
+(http://www.coclico-project.org/),  with the financial support of 
+the Paris Region council.
+
+More details about this project are available at its homepage at :
+https://picoforge.int-evry.fr/cgi-bin/twiki/view/Oslc/Web/FusionForgeOslcServer
+
+About OSLC-CM
+-------------
+OSLC-CM is a proposed standard of a protocol to interact with Change
+Management tools, devised by the Open Services initiative.
+
+More details can be found at the project's homepage :
+http://open-services.net/bin/view/Main/CmHome
+
+This program does not constitute a reference implementation of OSLC-CM
+V2, and the specifications at
+http://open-services.net/bin/view/Main/CmSpecificationV2 are the only
+authoritative reference on the protocol. Still we hope to be able to
+achieve full coverage of the specs.
+
+Current status
+--------------
+This is version 0.8 of the program, which only provides a first set
+of demonstartive methods of an OSLC-CM server.
+
+Architecture of the plugin
+--------------------------
+This plugin is based on the Zend PHP framework in order to implement
+a REST interface to FusionForge Tracker system.
+
+Copyright, OpenSource and license
+-------------------------------------
+See the AUTHORS file for the list of authors of this program.
+
+See the COPYING file for details on the GNU GPL license (V2 or above) 
+covering this program, which states the use and redistribution conditions.
+
+We must acknowledge the original pieces of example Zend REST server
+code that we've borrowed from several blog posts. We hope that the
+current licensing does not infringe on anyone else's rights.
+
+Parts of the code is copied out of the following sources :
+* a blog post "Creating a PHP REST API Using the Zend Framework" by 
+  Chris Danielson (http://www.chrisdanielson.com/2009/09/02/creating-a-php-rest-api-using-the-zend-framework/)
+
+TODO : Acknowledge original authors of zend REST examples we reused
+more precisely.
+
+
+Included is a copy of code from the "LIME Parser generator for PHP" 
+(http://lime-php.sourceforge.net/), used to implement the CQL-like 
+"Change Management Query Syntax" parser 
+(http://open-services.net/bin/view/Main/OSLCCoreSpecQuery)
+
+Installing & configuring
+------------------------
+
+Until a sperate debian package will be provided for this plugin, you
+can reffer to the INSTALL file for installation guidelines.
+
+Using the OSLC FusionForge plugin
+-------------------------
+
+Supported REST queries (see OSLC-CM V2 specs for more detailed
+instructions) are described below.
+
+As specific Content-Type/Accept are required by the REST protocol
+specified by OSLC-CM V2, more queries will need a versatile HTTP
+client.
+
+Most URLs will not work if accessed in a web browser, as it normally
+requires text/html, which is not part of the OSLC-CM supported
+formats.
+
+We recommend to use the "curl" command-line tool, with the following
+syntax :
+ $ curl -H "Accept: EXPECTED FORMAT" -X [GET|PUT|POST|DEL] URL
+where EXPECTED FORMAT is one mentioned below (application/xml, etc.)
+
+* GET (retrieval) :
+-------------------
+Discovery of services :
+ - GET .../cm/oslc-services/ (application/xml) -> retrieve OSLC
+    service catalog document
+
+ - GET .../cm/oslc-cm-service/ (application/xml) -> retrieve OSLC-CM
+    service description document
+
+Retrieval of all bugs of a tracker whithin a project :
+ - GET .../cm/project/PROJ_ID/tracker/TRACKER_ID (application/atom+xml) where PROJ_ID
+   is the project id and TRACKER_ID is the tracker id.
+
+Retrieval of ChangeRequest resources :
+ - GET .../cm/bug/nnnnn -> get bug whose id is nnnnn (RDF+XML or JSON) etc.
+
+We support only basic auth where user and password are checked against FusionForge' DB 
+
+Example of curl syntax :
+ 	curl -v -H "Accept: application/atom+xml" -X GET http://user:pass@localhost/plugins/oslc/cm/project/6/tracker/101
+
+Example of filtering on attributes :
+ - GET ...cm/project/PROJ_ID/tracker/TRACKER_ID?oslc_where=helios_bt:status="open" and helios_bt:assigned_to="labbenes" 
+  -> retrieve bugs whose helios_bt:status == "open" AND helios_bt:assigned_to == "labbenes".
+ - GET ...cm/project/PROJ_ID/tracker/TRACKER_ID?oslc_properties=dc:title,dc:description,helios_bt:status,helios_bt:assigned_to
+  -> retrieve all bugs of tracke TRACKER_ID and only shows the title, description, status, assigned_to attributes 
+  of those bugs.
+
+Pagination of Change Requests:
+ - GET .../cm/project/PROJ_ID/tracker/TRACKER_ID?oslc_limit=xx&oslc_offset=yy
+ 
+
+ * POST (creation) :
+-------------------
+ - POST .../cm/project/PROJ_ID/tracker/TRACKER_ID -> create a new bug out of provided input (RDF+XML or JSON) into a particular project
+
+ Example of curl syntax using data contained in the file post-testdata.xml (provided as example for tests):
+ 	curl -v -H "Content-Type: application/x-oslc-cm-change-request+xml" -X POST --data @test-testdata.xml http://user:pass@fusionforge/plugins/oslc/cm/project/6/tracker/101/?type=group&id=6&pluginname=oslc
+ 	
+* PUT (modification) :
+----------------------
+ - PUT .../cm/bug/nnnnn -> replace bug whose id is nnnnn by provided input (RDF+XML or JSON) 
+ -> Update bug whose id is nnnnn by provided data in input (RDF+XML or JSON)
+ 
\ No newline at end of file

Added: trunk/plugins/coclico/oslc/post-testdata.xml
===================================================================
--- trunk/plugins/coclico/oslc/post-testdata.xml	                        (rev 0)
+++ trunk/plugins/coclico/oslc/post-testdata.xml	2010-09-26 13:59:06 UTC (rev 10712)
@@ -0,0 +1,46 @@
+<?xml version="1.0"?>
+
+<!--  POST to 		/oslc-zend/cm/project/project_name
+	  or		/oslc-zend/cm/project/project_id
+-->
+<!-- POST FOR MANTIS TRACKER 
+<rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf="http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#">
+	<oslc_cm:ChangeRequest xmlns:oslc_cm="http://open-services.net/xmlns/cm/1.0/">
+		<dc:title xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/terms/">Provide import</dc:title>
+		<dc:type xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/terms/">General</dc:type>
+		<dc:description xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/terms/">Implement the system's import capabilities</dc:description>
+		<mantisbt:priority xmlns:mantisbt="http://mantisbt.org/">Low</mantisbt:priority>
+		<mantisbt:severity xmlns:mantisbt="http://mantisbt.org/">Feature</mantisbt:severity>
+		<mantisbt:version xmlns:mantisbt="http://mantisbt.org/">Branch 1.x</mantisbt:version>
+		<mantisbt:target_version xmlns:mantisbt="http://mantisbt.org/">Branch 2.x</mantisbt:target_version>
+		<mantisbt:version_number xmlns:mantisbt="http://mantisbt.org/">1.5</mantisbt:version_number>
+		<dc:creator xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/terms/">aadams</dc:creator>
+	</oslc_cm:ChangeRequest>
+</rdf:RDF>
+-->
+
+<!-- POST FOR FUSIONFORGE TRACKER --> 
+<rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf="http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#">
+  <oslc_cm:ChangeRequest xmlns:oslc_cm="http://open-services.net/xmlns/cm/1.0/">
+    <dc:title xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/terms/">test post in oslc-cm plugin of FusionForge</dc:title>
+    <dc:description xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/terms/">created by oslc-cm powered plugin of FusionForge</dc:description>
+    <helios_bt:status xmlns:helios_bt="http://heliosplatform.sourceforge.net/ontologies/2010/05/helios_bt.owl">Open</helios_bt:status>
+    <helios_bt:priority xmlns:helios_bt="http://heliosplatform.sourceforge.net/ontologies/2010/05/helios_bt.owl">3</helios_bt:priority>
+    <dc:creator xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/terms/">Sabri LABBENE</dc:creator>
+    <helios_bt:assigned_to xmlns:helios_bt="http://heliosplatform.sourceforge.net/ontologies/2010/05/helios_bt.owl">Nobody</helios_bt:assigned_to>
+  </oslc_cm:ChangeRequest>
+</rdf:RDF>
+-->
+
+<!-- PUT FOR FUSIONFORGE TRACKER
+<rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf="http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#">
+  <oslc_cm:ChangeRequest xmlns:oslc_cm="http://open-services.net/xmlns/cm/1.0/" rdf:about="http://fusionforge/tracker/oslc-zend/cm/project/6/tracker/105/bug/3">
+    <dc:title xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/terms/">test put in oslc-cm implementation for FusionForge</dc:title>
+    <dc:description xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/terms/">created by oslc-cm powered software :) toto coin coin</dc:description>
+    <helios_bt:status xmlns:helios_bt="http://heliosplatform.sourceforge.net/ontologies/2010/05/helios_bt.owl">closed</helios_bt:status>
+    <helios_bt:priority xmlns:helios_bt="http://heliosplatform.sourceforge.net/ontologies/2010/05/helios_bt.owl">5</helios_bt:priority>
+    <helios_bt:assigned_to xmlns:helios_bt="http://heliosplatform.sourceforge.net/ontologies/2010/05/helios_bt.owl">102</helios_bt:assigned_to>
+  </oslc_cm:ChangeRequest>
+</rdf:RDF>
+
+-->




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