kandi X-RAY | oscm Summary
kandi X-RAY | oscm Summary
Open Service Catalog Manager (OSCM) is an open source application with enterprise quality level. It supports a bright spectrum of use cases, from SaaS Marketplaces to Enterprise IaaS Stores. It offers ready-to-use service provisioning adapters for IaaS providers like Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS), VMWare and OpenStack, but is also open for integrating other platforms. Service Providers can define their services with flexible price models and publish them to an OSCM Marketplaces. The Service Provider can decide on using the OSCM Billing Engine for the service usage cost calculation, or integrate an external one. Customers can subscribe to and use the services. Find more details on the OSCM homepage.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Process an XML start element
- Creates a new technical product object
- Updates the given parameter definition
- Initializes an operation parameter
- Processes the end of an XML element
- Deletes all products from the given array
- Deletes the subscription and its UDA
- Persists a Domain Object
- This method performs a copy of a service
- Start create service session
- Start record event for subscription
- Start record event for an instance
- Starts the getNumberOfServiceSessions request
- Starts the DeleteServiceSessions for a subscription
- Start deleteSessionsForSessionId
- Sets the compatible services for the given service
- Start user token request
- Start get subscription keys for a session
- Start a service session
- Initialize the link
- Process the incoming POST request
- Starts the create platform session
- Start a new platform session
- Invoke the business logic for the business logic
- Saves the given technical service description
oscm Key Features
oscm Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on oscm
I have a for-loop that I need to call only once as I'm iterating through an array....
ANSWERAnswered 2019-May-06 at 09:57
A for loop might not be the best way to go about this. How about just upping the value when you call the method?
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Installed JDK 8u121 or higher.
Apache Ivy 2.4.0 library.
Eclipse ECJ 4.5.1 library.
Download the latest sources for this.
Import the project into your IDE. You should adjust some of the preferences:
Set the compiler level to the installed version of Java 1.8.
Set UTF-8 file encoding and Unix line endings.
Import and configure the code formatting rules and code templates.
Download the files from the codestyle folder.
Import them into your Eclipse IDE (Help)
Configure the formatting for non-Java files (Rules and Help)
Download and install any mail server.
Create any domain and at least one user account in it.
Install sass and add it to your PATH - for details see sass-lang
If your network requires a proxy to access the internet you need to specify following arguments to JVM running Ant: -Dhttp.proxyHost=<proxy-host> -Dhttp.proxyPort=<proxy-port> -Dhttps.proxyHost=<proxy-host> -Dhttps.proxyPort=<proxy-port> Fill the placeholders <proxy-host> and <proxy-port> with the respective host and port number where the proxy is provided.
Add the following scripts to Ant view in your IDE: /oscm-devruntime/build-oscmaas.xml
Run targets Build.LIB, Build.BES
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