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Create new App

On your Windows command prompt, run this command to create a new OpenShift App.

We will call the app as jogetv5. You can change to a name that you prefer. We are installing 3 cartridges (tomcat7 mysql-5.5 phpmyadmin) on the creation of the App.

Create new App
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Set working environment variable for Joget Workflow

SSH into your App. If you need help getting SSH to work on Windows, please see Remote Connection (SSH).

In your PuTTY SSH session, Execute the following command.

Getting environment variable value

A line will be printed out. Copy the value.

Getting environment variable value

Going back to your Windows command prompt, copy the value earlier and put into Dwflow.home variable the command below. Do remember to put your App name at the end too.

Set environment variable value
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Obtaining Joget Workflow

In your PuTTY SSH session, Execute the following commands.

Starting up Joget Workflow

Once we executed the last command earlier "mv apache-tomcat-8.0.20/webapps/jw* ~/jbossews/webapps/", Joget Workflow webapp is being initialized right away.

However, it is highly recommended that we restart the server first to make sure that everything would works persistently.

Issue the following command in your Windows command prompt.

Restart App

You can monitor its deployment of the web server by tailing the server log.

Execute the following command to tail the server log in PuTTY.

Tail server log

You will see the following messages with "Server startup in x ms" indicating that the new web app (Joget Workflow) has been deployed.

Log messages

Once the server is up, you can now browse to Joget Workflow in your web browser by pointing to your designated URL (e.g.

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