General information about the Joinup platform.
An interoperability solution project is an on-line group of users with communication and collaboration tools for people who develop or use particular interoperability solution.
On this page, you can see a list of projects with the author, the creation date and a short description.
Navigate to the information on Joinup about a project by clicking on its name in the list. The interoperability solution main page will be displayed.
Joinup offers each project a free Subversion (SVN) version control system. A good introduction to Subversion (sometimes referred to as "SVN") can be found in this on-line book: http://svnbook.red-bean.com .
Each project's SVN repository can be checked out through anonymous access with the following command(s).
svn checkout https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/svn/<PROJECT-NAME>
Users can provide these URL to the SVN clinet tool of their choice. Tortoise SVN is a popular, easy-to-use graphical SVN client: http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org.
Only project contributors can access the SVN tree via this method. Substitute developername with the proper values. Enter your site password when prompted.
svn checkout --username developername https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/svn/<PROJECT-NAME>
On Joinup, each project has a file sharing service, accessible at:
Each www-public folder is mapped to the folder:
1. Make sure that:
- you are a member of the specific project.
- the option "Display WebDAV link" is checked see here on how to do this.
2. To add content to a to a specific www-public folder of a project, use the map network drive tool that is standard in Windows. Login with your Joinup credentials.
On Joinup, a Nexus repository manager can be used by build tools such as maven to:
The Nexus repository manager is available at https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/nexus and can be accessed by users with the developer and project owner roles using their Joinup user credentials. The release manager can also upload artefacts within the maven repository (nexus).
The user guide "Repository Management with Nexus" provides you more information.
To populate the maven repository of Joinup with the releases coming from your project, you need to:
Creating a maven repository is not an automated process on Joinup.
To use the Maven repository of Joinup, you need to request it through the contact form.
During your request, please provide us with the following information:
By default, Joinup is offering the groupId "eu.europa.ec.joinup.<your_project_name>".
Any registered user can request membership to a Software project;
Joining a Software project requires a community facilitator or the owner to validate your request;
To join a Software project:
Any members of a Software project can leave the project.
Leaving a Software project does not require approval from facilitator or project owner;
To leave the Software project: