Monday, December 08, 2008

E-Science Demos

We'll be demonstrating OGCE workflow management tools and XMC-Cat (a new cataloging service) at E-Science Conference on Wednesday night.



Friday, December 05, 2008

EScience Tutorial Agenda

This is Sunday, Dec 7 from 8:00 to 5:00 PM (US Eastern Standard Time). You can also view remotely the live broadcast. For instructions, see An archived broadcast will be available from the same URL.

Presentation material is available from

Talks will be given by Marlon Pierce, Suresh Marru, and very special guest star Stephen Simms.
  • Introduction and attendee feedback
  • (Talk) Gateways overview (Marlon)
  • (Talk) TeraGrid: Resources Overview and Getting Started (Simms)
  • (Talk/Demo) LEAD portal and workflow (Suresh)
  • (Demo/Talk) GridChem workflows (Suresh)
  • (Demo/HO) OGCE and TGUP Portals (Marlon)
  • (Demo/HO) OGCE hands on and simple workflows with XBaya (Marlon, Suresh)
  • (Talk/HO) Building OGCE portal and services (Marlon)
  • (Talk/Demo/HO) Building GTLAB gadgets (Marlon)
  • (Optional Talk) Web 2.0 for science gateways (Marlon)
  • (Optional HO) Building the portal, GTLAB, and services
  • (Optional HO) Using various portals (OGCE, TeraGrid User Portal, LEAD)
  • (Optional HO) Workflows in depth

Thursday, December 04, 2008

Javadocs for OGCE Components

If you want to make Javadocs for OGCE components (the portal, GTLAB, Axis services, etc), use the command

mvn javadoc:javadoc -f path/to/component/pom.xml

For example, the GTLAB javadoc can be made with the command

mvn javadoc:javadoc -f jsf_standalone/pom.xml

The docs will be located in jsf_standalone/target/site. Load with your browser.

Wednesday, December 03, 2008

OGCE Swarm Service Talk at E-Science

Sangmi Pallickara will present the Swarm Job Submission Service at Friday, Dec 12 at the E-Science conference:

This talk will be web-cast. See for details.

E-Science Gateways Tutorial Web Cast

Our OGCE and Gateways tutorial at E-Science is Sunday, December 7 from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. See The entire conference (including our tutorial) is being web-cast; see for more information.

We will post a more detailed agenda on this blog.