I have an already existing project that was written in Java with the following tools:
The application works and is up and running on the test servers of the people who originally developed the application. I have all the source files, build scripts and database creation scripts. What I don't have is the knowledge to setup a server and get this application up and running on that server.
I need someome to sift through the source files and figure out how to get this installed on a webserver so I can show it off as a demo.
Currently, nothing is installed. Ideally, what I could do is ship you a PC and have you set it up. Alternatively, I can attempt to setup a linux box and then provide you with remote access. However, I will need a little hand holding for that.
In addition, it would be helpful to have the list of steps you used in order to create the baseline install of the app. Lastly, I would request that you make a copy of the hard drive image of the baseline setup so that I may rever to it if necessary. I have Norton Ghost, but I am not sure if it would work for this app.
If this would run on windows, I would certainly be open to that.
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