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Tuscany SCA in Action by Simon Nash, Haleh Mahbod, Raymond Feng, Mark Combellack, Simon Laws

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Appendix A. Setting up

This chapter is a hands-on guide for getting you started with Tuscany and the examples that are used in this book. Here we’ll talk about how to install Tuscany and set up the environment necessary to run and test the book examples and to develop your own SCA applications. We also give a brief overview of the Tuscany project so that you can navigate the website and interact with the Tuscany community.

A.1. Installing Tuscany

Installing Tuscany is simple: Download a Tuscany release and a Java JDK. The JDK is used to compile and run Java programs. Let’s get started by first getting the Tuscany prerequisites.

A.1.1. Getting Tuscany’s prerequisites

Running Tuscany SCA Java 1.x is dependent on JDK version 5.0 or later. The ...

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