Prerequisites

You can use the MarkLogic version of Epinomy LT in non-production environments as long as you wish. Please contact us for purchase details if you'd like to use Epinomy LT in production.

Epinomy for MarkLogic requires you to have access to a copy of MarkLogic version 7 or higher.   

You can download a developer version of MarkLogic 7 for free from the MarkLogic Download site.

Deploying Epinomy LT for MarkLogic also requires Ruby.  Most modern Unix-like operating systems already have Ruby.  If you don't already have Ruby, please download it and install.

Deploy Epinomy to MarkLogic

  1. Open a command prompt in the root folder of epinomy
  2. Modify deploy/local.properties with your local settings.
     user=your-ml-admin-username
     password=your-ml-admin-password
     authentication-method=application-level

Configure MarkLogic Server

This step is only needed when database configurations have changed or on a fresh install. In most cases you will not need to restart your server.

  1. Open a command prompt in the root folder of epinomy If your server is not configured as local-server in build.properties then substitute your environment here ( local | dev | prod )
  2. $ ml local bootstrap
  3. Depending on what, if anything, you changed you may need to restart MarkLogic in order to proceed. If you see output telling you to restart...
    $ ml local restart

Deploying Code

This step describes how to deploy epinomy into your MarkLogic Server modules database. If you have elected to run your code locally out of the filesystem you do not need to do this.

  1. Open a command prompt in the root folder of epinomy
  2. $ ml local deploy modules

Running Epinomy LT

By default, Epinomy is deployed to http://localhost:8040.   To run Epinomy, point your browser at that address.

Testing Epinomy

Epinomy ships with a taxonomy and a set of sample documents that you can tag and search.   Look in the /data/samples folder in the root of the application.   

You can view an eleven minute tutorial on using Epinomy LT.   In it, we upload the Integrated Public Sector Vocabulary, an open source taxonomy.  We also load and autotag 26 business glossary documents.   

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