My hybris development environment test

I am using my company mac pro 2015 for a lot of thing. So I need different environment look like C#, hybris, ABAP, etc. These environment needs needs service look like db. These service using my ram always. So I am using VM for environment which are not used often. I created VM for new hybris versions for testing (docker cannot pause / resume systems yet). I try some scenarios for my best hybris development environment.

VM: OS version Centos 7, Java 8 u162, MySQL 5.7.21 and hybris version 6.6.

Enviroment Compile time (ant clean all)
Hybris files in host shared with guest vm 21 minutes 9 seconds
Hybris files in guest vm 3 minutes 8 seconds

Creating history for item

If you want create history for item look like backoffice, you can use below example.

public void updateConsignmentStatus(String userUid, ConsignmentModel consignment, ConsignmentStatus status) {
  Map originals = new HashMap();
  originals.put(ConsignmentModel.STATUS, consignment.getStatus());

  consignment.setStatus(status);

  Map news = new HashMap();
  news.put(ConsignmentModel.STATUS, consignment.getStatus());

  final SavedValues savedValues = JaloConnection.getInstance().logItemModification(consignment.getPk(), news, originals, false);
  savedValues.setUser(UserManager.getInstance().getUserByLogin(userUid));
  modelService.saveAll();
}

Creating,updating or deleting other items in interceptor

public class MyCustomerPrepareInterceptor implements PrepareInterceptor {
  private static final Logger LOG = Logger.getLogger(MyCustomerPrepareInterceptor.class);

  @Override
  public void onPrepare(CustomerModel customerModel, InterceptorContext interceptorContext) throws InterceptorException {

    ...
    final MyItemModel myItem = interceptorContext.getModelService().create(MyItemModel.class);
    interceptorContext.registerElement(myItem);
    //interceptorContext.registerElementFor(myItem, PersistenceOperation.DELETE);
    ...

  }
}

DB connection for DDL in groovy

DANGER!!!

In hybris hac, you cannot run DDL (data definition language) commands. You need unprotected connection to db. You can use below example. DDL commands are dangerous!!!

import java.util.List;
import javax.sql.DataSource;
import org.springframework.jdbc.core.JdbcTemplate;
import org.springframework.jdbc.datasource.DriverManagerDataSource;

def config = spring.getBean("configurationService").getConfiguration();

DriverManagerDataSource dataSource = new DriverManagerDataSource();
dataSource.setDriverClassName(config.getString("db.driver"));
dataSource.setUrl(config.getString("db.url"));
dataSource.setUsername(config.getString("db.username"));
dataSource.setPassword(config.getString("db.password"));
JdbcTemplate jdbc = new JdbcTemplate(dataSource)
jdbc.execute("ALTER TABLE MYTABLE ALTER (P_MYFIELD BIGINT)");

Using separate file for different class logging

Below example logging flexiblesearch class to separate file with time based trigger policy. Also we can add rollover strategy for removing old files.

log4j2.appender.FlexlogAppender.type=RollingFile log4j2.appender.FlexlogAppender.name=FlexlogAppender
log4j2.appender.FlexlogAppender.fileName=${HYBRIS_LOG_DIR}/Flexlog.log
log4j2.appender.FlexlogAppender.filePattern=${HYBRIS_LOG_DIR}/Flexlog.log-%d{yyyy-MM-dd}.log
log4j2.appender.FlexlogAppender.ImmediateFlush=true log4j2.appender.FlexlogAppender.layout.type=PatternLayout
log4j2.appender.FlexlogAppender.layout.pattern=%m%n log4j2.appender.FlexlogAppender.policies.type = Policies
log4j2.appender.FlexlogAppender.policies.time.type = TimeBasedTriggeringPolicy log4j2.appender.FlexlogAppender.policies.time.interval = 1000000
log4j2.appender.FlexlogAppender.policies.time.modulate = true log4j2.logger.flexible.name = de.hybris.platform.jalo.flexiblesearch
log4j2.logger.flexible.level = DEBUG log4j2.logger.flexible.appenderRef.stdout.ref = FlexlogAppender log4j2.logger.flexible.additivity = false

Installing SAP Netware ABAP 7.51 SP02 on CentOS 7 Minimal

You can find great documentation for installing SAP Netware ABAP 7.51 SP02 at Julie blog post. I didn’t use shared OS because of huge disk/ram usage.

Prerequest

Install your favorite text editor

Install nano, vim, etc with yum.

yum install nano
Enable ssh for root

You can open multiple terminal and make copy paste with ssh to your server.

nano /etc/ssh/sshd_config

Remove # for uncomment line “PermitRootLogin yes” or add it if missing.

service sshd restart

Disable firewall

You need to open a lot of port for SAP Netware in firewall. You can disable firewall instead of configuring it.

service firewalld stop
systemctl disable firewalld
Install uuidd package

SAP Netware using uuidd library for generating GUID, install it.

yum install uuidd
Install vmware tools and shared folder

Install open-vm-tools.

yum install open-vm-tools

You can find vmware tools in VMWare Virtual Machine menu as Install VMware Tools. Then you can check /mnt folder for CD which including tools. Copy it to your temp.

cp VMwareTools-10.x.tar.gz /tmp
tar -zxvf VMwareTools-10.x.tar.gz

Install python for tools installer.

yum install python

Change directory to extracted folder then run tools installer.

phyton install vmware-install.pl

Installation

Start installation script with below arguments.

./install.sh -g -s

Known hybris strategies

Strategy Interface Description
DefaultCommerceCloneSavedCartStrategy  Clone cart.
DefaultCloneAbstractOrderStrategy  Clone order.
DefaultCommerceAddToCartStrategy CommerceAddToCartStrategy Adding product to cart.
DefaultMultiCodeCouponRedemptionStrategy CouponRedemptionStrategy<>  Single code coupon redemption.
DefaultSingleCodeCouponRedemptionStrategy CouponRedemptionStrategy<>   Multi code coupon redemption.

 

Delete all item by type

You can delete all item by type with impex. Below example removing all stock levels.
REMOVE StockLevel[batchmode=true];itemType(code)[unique=true]
;StockLevel

Update object private property with groovy

You can update private field an object with below sample code.

def myBean = spring.getBean("myBean");

def f = myBean.getClass().getDeclaredField("myField");
f.setAccessible(true);
f.set(myBean, "new string value");