Here you can find an example of the structure that you need to have to run the Figaf Tool application.
This is just an example and you need to put your own values if you have another jar version, DB credentials, etc.

There are two ways of how to run/install Figaf Tool on Windows: a bat file or a Windows service.
There are also two ways of how to run/install Figaf Tool on Linux: a sh file or a Linux systemd service.

Commons steps

There are a couple of common steps in all cases:
1. Create a folder for your installation.
2. Put the figaf-tool-*.jar  file into this folder. You can download it here.
3. Put a postgresql JDBC driver into the "libs" folder.
4. Create a config/application.yml.
    active: production
    type: postgresql
    host: localhost
    port: 5432
    username:  figaf
    password:   <db password>
    name: irt
  port: 8089
#uncomment for getting more detailed logs
#  level:
#    com.figaf: DEBUG
5. logs folder will be created automatically.

Postgresql installation on windows. 

To install and configure Postgresql . Download the latest version. Version we currently recommend Version 14, but we should also support never versions
1. Download the latest version . 
2. Default installation. Remember to make sure you have enough space on the disk and preferably not use boot disk. Remember the password you have created
3. Current installer ask for staring Stack Builder. Just skip this. 
4. Open the pgAdmin application and login with the password you have added
5. Navigate to Login/Groups
6. Select Create Login/Group Role
name: figaf
on Definition tab - password: yourpassword form config yml file
on Priviliges tab - Can login shold be enabled
press save
7. Navigate to Databases
8. Create Database enter "irt" and select the figaf user. Then press save

9. In the databases navigate to irt and expand
10. Navigate to schema
11. Create Schema "irt" and assign figaf as user. Press Save.

12. You can now start the Figaf Tool. 

Windows installation details

1. Windows .bat file

Folder structure:

java -Xmx4096m -Dloader.path="./libs" --add-exports=java.base/jdk.internal.ref=ALL-UNNAMED --add-opens=java.base/java.lang=ALL-UNNAMED --add-opens=java.base/java.nio=ALL-UNNAMED --add-opens=java.base/ --add-opens=java.base/java.util=ALL-UNNAMED -jar figaf-tool-2404.2.jar 
If you just need to run the tool without installation as a windows service, then just execute "run-app.bat" file.

2. Windows Service

We recommend using a Windows Service Wrapper:
Folder structure:

1. Download exe file from the GitHub releases page. Usually it's either "WinSW.NET4.exe" if you have .NET Framework 4.0 installed or just use self-contained "WinSW-x64.exe".
2. Rename it to figaf-tool-service.exe
3. Create a figaf-tool-service.xml:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    <name>Figaf Tool</name>
    <description>Figaf Tool Windows Service</description>
    <executable> <your path to JDK/JRE 17>\bin\java</executable>
    <arguments>-Xmx4096m -Dloader.path="./libs" --add-exports=java.base/jdk.internal.ref=ALL-UNNAMED --add-opens=java.base/java.lang=ALL-UNNAMED --add-opens=java.base/java.nio=ALL-UNNAMED --add-opens=java.base/ --add-opens=java.base/java.util=ALL-UNNAMED -jar figaf-tool-2404.2.jar</arguments>
4. Open the command line.
5. Run "figaf-tool-service.exe install".
6. Run "figaf-tool-service.exe start".

Linux installation

You can run Figaf Tool on Linux using .sh file described below in section 2. It will run the tool in the context of your current session.
For full standalone installation as a systemd service do all steps below.

1. User access configuration

The best practice is to create a separate user that will only own the Figaf Tool installation folder and will be used in the systemd service descriptor (see section 3 below) to run the tool.
The following commands show how to configure separate user figafToolRunner and group figafToolManager to restrict access properly  (you should run them as root, login with 'sudo su -'):
  1. # create user figafToolRunner
    useradd -m figafToolRunner
  2. # define password for figafToolRunner
    passwd figafToolRunner
  3. # create group figafToolManager
    groupadd figafToolManager
  4. # add group figafToolManager to the user figafToolRunner
    usermod -GfigafToolManager figafToolRunner
  5. # add group figafToolManager to your user to be able to browse/edit content in the Figaf Tool installation folder
    usermod -GfigafToolManager <your user>
  6. # change ownership for all files inside installation folder to the user figafToolRunner
    chown -R figafToolRunner /var/opt/figaf-tool
  7. # change owner's group for all files inside installation folder to the group figafToolManager
    chgrp -R figafToolManager /var/opt/figaf-tool
  8. # grant full access for owner and users that have owner's group
    chmod -R ug+rwx /var/opt/figaf-tool
  9. # remove access for other users
    chmod -R o-rwx /var/opt/figaf-tool
All new files uploaded to the installation folder must have rwx permissions for the owner's group if these files will be used by the tool in runtime

As an alternative, if you already have a user that should be used in the systemd service descriptor (see section 3 below) to run the tool, just grant permissions to Figaf Tool installation folder (for example /var/opt/figaf-tool).
You can use the following commands (you should run them as root, login with 'sudo su -'):
  1. # change ownership to specified user
    chown -R <required user> /var/opt/figaf-tool
  2. # grant full access for owner and users that have owner's group
    chmod -R ug+rwx /var/opt/figaf-tool
  3. # remove access for other users
    chmod -R o-rwx /var/opt/figaf-tool
It will change the ownership of the folder and enable full access to the owner and owner's group.

2. Linux .sh file

Create file in the Figaf Tool installation folder (for example  /var/opt/figaf-tool/ ):
java -Xmx4096m -Dloader.path="./libs" --add-exports=java.base/jdk.internal.ref=ALL-UNNAMED --add-opens=java.base/java.lang=ALL-UNNAMED --add-opens=java.base/java.nio=ALL-UNNAMED --add-opens=java.base/ --add-opens=java.base/java.util=ALL-UNNAMED -jar figaf-tool-2404.2.jar
Folder structure is the same as in the Windows example.
This file should be open for execution by user who is configured in systemd service descriptor ( see section 3 below). If user is configured in the way described above, grant ug+rwx access to it:
  1. chmod ug+rwx
If you just need to run the tool without installation as a systemd service, then just execute file.

3. Linux systemd service

1. Configure file as it is described in the previous section.
2. Create a service definition under the root access:  /etc/systemd/system/figaf-app.service.
<user that should run the tool> here is either figafToolRunner from the example in the configuration section or your another user.
Description=Figaf Tool Service
User=<user that should run the tool>
#change this to your workspace
ExecStart=/bin/bash /var/opt/figaf-tool/
3. Enable the service and start it  (you should run them as root, login with 'sudo su -'):
  1. systemctl enable figaf-tool.service
  2. systemctl daemon-reload
  3. systemctl start figaf-tool

After completing any of these configurations, go to  http://localhost:8089 and start using the Figaf Tool.

You can get a license key by registering at
Goto Configuration -> License and insert your license key. 
Next up you can configure your agents. 

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