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  • Maven 3.0.3 or later
    • Download Loation: http://maven.apache.org
    • Environment Variable: MAVEN_HOME

      Tip
      titleMaven Environment Variables
      MAVEN_HOME= /path/to/your/maven (ie: /usr/local/maven or C:\tools\maven)
      M2_HOME= /path/to/your/maven (ie: /usr/local/maven or C:\tools\maven)

      (optional)
      PATH= append the bin subdirectory to the path statement
  • Ant 1.8.2 (use this exact version)
    • Download Location: http://ant.apache.org

    • Environment Variable: ANT_HOME

      Tip
      titleAnt Environment Variable
      ANT_HOME= /path/to/your/ant (ie: /usr/local/ant or C:\tools\ant)

      (optional)
      PATH= append the bin subdirectory to the path statement
  • Sencha SDK
  • RDBMS (support for PostgreSQL and Microsoft SQL Server)
    • PostgreSQL 9.1 or later
      • Download Location: http://www.postgresql.org
        • On Unix:
        • On Mac:
          • PostgreSQL is available via the homebrew package manager or as a download on the postgresql.org site.
        • On Windows:
          • PostgreSQL is available as a download on the postgresql.org site.
      • Configure PostgreSQL
        • Server Connection
          • Launch the PG Admin application
          • In the Object Browser, navigate to and right click on Server Groups -> Servers -> PostgreSQL 9.1 (localhost:5432)
          • Click Connect and the enter the administrator password
        • Login Roles
          • In the Object Browser, right click on Login Roles and click New Login Role
            • In the Properties tab, enter a Role name of "sspadmin" without the quotes

            • In the Definition tab, enter a Password of "sspadmin" without the quotes

          • In the Object Browser, right click on Login Roles and click New Login Role


            • In the Properties tab, enter a Role name of "ssp" without the quotes

            • In the Definition tab, enter a Password of "ssp" without the quotes

          • Confirm the new Login Roles exist in the Object Browser
        • Database
          • In the Object Browser, right click on Databases and click New Database
            • Enter "ssp" without the quotes as the database name
            • Enter "sspadmin" without the quotes as the database owner
          • Confirm the new database exists in the Object Browser
    • Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 and 2012
      • Server Connection
        • Launch the SQL Server Management Studio application
        • Enter your database connection info including administrator account credentials, and click Connect
      • Login Roles
        • Navigate to Security->Logins, and right click on New Login
          • Login name of "sspadmin" without the quotes
          • Select SQL Server authentication and enter a Password of "sspadmin" without the quote
          • Uncheck Enforce password policy
        • Right click on Logins again, and New Login Role
          • Login name of "ssp" without the quotes
          • Select SQL Server authentication and enter a Password of "ssp" without the quote
          • Uncheck Enforce password policy
        • Confirm the new users exist
      • Database
        • Navigate to and right click on Databases and click New Database
          • Enter "ssp" without the quotes as the database name
        • Confirm the new database exists
        • Run the following SQL to assign user permissions and configure the required database settings

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