As we continue with the release process of the OpenMRS Platform 2.5.0 , I would like to let all know that platform 2.5.0-beta is now ready for e2e Testing ,especially the release features where possible .
Some issues were raised as blockers for low testing beta and I would like to clarify some points here.
I would like to therefore call upon volunteers , Implementations , distributions , squads and other parties to lend us a hand in testing out testing these features.
User settings (Go to User Administration page and try to store user property key-value pairs for values in the ranges property:<=255, property_value<=longtext) go ahead check the database for values in the table user_property for these values user_property.property and user_property.user_property
@mksd, are there any things you could test against Platform 2.5 with regards to your earlier request for making all collectable data entities properly form recordable? This doesn’t need to be anything ready for production; rather, simply exercising a prototype or trying out some code you later throw away would be fine… we just want to take this moment (with the 2.5 release coming in the next week or two) to make sure the implemented features meet your expectations.
However, just like that page says I have to install tomcat8-docs , tomcat8-examples and tomcat8-admin to be able to manipulate my tomcat using the gui.
The problem comes when I run this command to install tomcat8-admin. This is the error I get in the terminal .
Package tomcat8-admin is not available, but is referred to by another package.
This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or
is only available from another source
E: Package 'tomcat8-admin' has no installation candidate
@irenyak1 If you followed the instructions from that post, the shell scripts you need will bin in /usr/share/tomcat8/bin, so you’ll need to update ExecStart and ExecStop in your service defintion.
You’ll also want to change CATALINA_HOME to point to /usr/share/tomcat8 and CATALINA_BASE to point to /var/lib/tomcat8 (which you may need to create an ensure that the tomcat user and group owns). Finally CATALINA_PID should be /var/run/tomcat8.pid.