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These examples provide scenarios for using the KIM server through its API. The chosen tasks are designed to cover different aspects of such use from client applications. To get a basic understanding of the examples, we recommend that you first read the overview of the KIM Java RMI APIs.

Document and code structure:

  • Every scenario implements a certain task. Scenario subsections are either alternative ways of doing something or a logical sequence of operations. Therefore, every scenario, along with its subsections, is in a separate document and is implemented in a separate Java class, with a corresponding name (links are provided in every scenario document).
  • Scenarios are implemented independently from each other. It is not necessary to read and run them in the given order, but because they are presented in a general usage sequence, it is recommended to keep it.
  • All examples in this document are implemented in the HowToExamples Project. We have provided a run configuration for each example. There is also a separate example that runs all of them sequentially.

In order to implement the examples, you must populate the test corpus (which comes with the installation) in:<KIM_HOME>/Corpus, using the KIM Document Store Population Tool. After that, you must use it to replace the original constants given at the beginning of each relevant example.

Before trying to compile and run the examples, please check that all project and library paths are correct and relevant to your local KIM installation folder and its lib sub-folder. Also make sure that you have properly configured the KIM server on the host you will use for the examples, prior to connecting to it.

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