In order to run VIVO, please read the section below "Completing the Installation".
The VIVO home directory will now be created and the VIVO application installed to Tomcat. To run VIVO, please read the section below "Completing the Installation".
If you want to use the source code / GitHub clone with your own customizations, you can exclude the supplied installer project, and use your own customized installer project instead. To do so, you need to supply the location of your custom installer project as the "vivo-installer-dir" property. This can be done on the command line or in the settings.xml. If you are supplying a relative path, it should be relative to the location of the VIVO/pom.xml.
The VIVO home directory will now be created and the VIVO application installed to Tomcat, including any customizations that are defined in your local installer project. To run VIVO, please read the section below "Completing the Installation".
Configure the Database Schema
Note, VIVO v1.11.0 uses SDB by default, however v1.11.1+ uses TDB by default. If you are using v1.11.1+ you can skip the 'Configuring the Database Schema' section.
The default configuration of VIVO is to use MySQL as a backing store for Jena SDB. Whilst VIVO / Jena will create the necessary tables for the triple store, a database (schema) and authentication details need to have been created first. To do so, log in to MySQL as a superuser (e.g. root)