Changes between Version 16 and Version 17 of orca-xmlrpc-controller

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12/03/11 17:43:25 (8 years ago)
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    55ORCA standard binary package [wiki:deploy-sm configured and deployed] with a Service Manager actor presents GENI AM API and a native ORCA XMLRPC interface (a moving target). Once the ORCA container is up and Service Manager Actor is operational, you can start the XMLRPC controller plugin and then manipulate ORCA using either of those two interfaces. 
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    7 == Running controller plugins == 
     7== Prerequisites == 
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    9 Login to ORCA portal of the container you just deployed (typically !https://host.with.sm:11443/orca), go to the 'User' tab, then click on 'Start Controller'. Select 'XMLRPC Controller' from the menu and click 'Create'. 
     9=== Enabling SSL === 
     10You must configure the Tomcat container running the SM actor (with XMLRPC controller in it) to [wiki:orca-tomcat support SSL]. 
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     12=== Running controller plugins === 
     13Once the container is configured and running, login to ORCA portal of the container you just deployed (typically !http://host.with.sm:11080/orca), go to the 'User' tab, then click on 'Start Controller'. Select 'XMLRPC Controller' from the menu and click 'Create'. 
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    1115== Using GENI AM API interface == 
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    13 The same controller also presents the ProtoGENI AM XMLRPC API. Those can be exercised using the [http://trac.gpolab.bbn.com/gcf/wiki/OmniProtoGeni Omni tool]. Using Omni requires [wiki:orca-tomcat enabling SSL support in Tomcat] prior to starting the container with the SM and starting the controller.  
     17The same controller also presents the ProtoGENI AM XMLRPC API. Those can be exercised using the [http://trac.gpolab.bbn.com/gcf/wiki/OmniProtoGeni Omni tool]. 
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    1519Visit [wiki:orca-with-omni this page] for more documentation on using Omni to create slice requests. Note that you must acquire a private key and a certificate signed either by ProtoGENI/Emulab or GPO in order to be able to create slices. Typically the GENI xmlrpc interface can be accessed on !https://host.with.sm:11443/orca/xmlrpc,