Unable to Create a server

Hi all,

I have installed Jave 6 on my laptop but unable to download agreggate via a
local instance, reason is because when i run
“launchAggregateTestServer.cmd” there is no response, do i continue App
Engine Instance or how will "launchAggregateTestServer.cmd" accept to run.
ufortunately by now i cannot locate the location i installed the folder
contaiing ODK version 0.9N.

Is the server the one that will link the questionnaire in the laptop to the
android. i have already installed ODK collect in the android?

Thankyou for continued support.

Regards,

Peter Kaiga,
Researcher;
kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke; kaigapeter@yahoo.com;
Kenya, Nairobi

Hi Peter,

If you are just getting started with ODK, you should use the installers for
ODK Aggregate 1.0 RC1 available for download here:
http://code.google.com/p/opendatakit/downloads/list We are very close to an
official ODK Aggregate 1.0 release.

(The ODK Aggregate you have downloaded and are trying to run is ODK
Aggregate 0.9.7).

In either case, it is probably easier to first get the ODK Aggregate
software installed and working on a Google appspot instance before getting
it to run on your local machine. The general sequence of steps is:

(1) download ODK Aggregate from the downloads list above.
(2) if ODK Aggregate 1.0, this will be a program that will guide you through
the configuration and install process. When you attempt to install a server
running on your own computer instead of a Google appspot instance, you may
want to refer to these instructions
http://code.google.com/p/opendatakit/wiki/AggregatePostgresqlInstall
if ODK Aggregate 0.9.x, this will be a zip file that you will want to
right-click, "Extract all...". On Windows, you should not double-click and
browse into this file; doing so will cause the cmd scripts to not work.
After you extract all the files to a directory, you can browse to the
ODKAggregateDeploy0.9.x directory within it and run the cmd scripts from
there. But, again, you must first "Extract all..." and cannot do this by
"browsing into" the zip file.
(3) visit the website of the ODK Aggregate you just installed; from the
browser page, upload your form definition into ODK Aggregate.
(4) download ODK Collect to your phone from the marketplace or from the
downloads page (to get ODK Collect 1.1.7RC1)
(5) start ODK Collect and with the menu button, choose Settings to configure
with the ODK Aggregate server you've just set up.
(6) on ODK Collect, go to Manage Forms / Get New Forms to have ODK Collect
contact the server and present the list of forms available for download.
(7) download the form(s)
(8) return to the main screen and start a new form, choosing the form
definition you want to use.

Mitch

··· On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 1:46 AM, Peter Kaiga wrote:

Hi all,

I have installed Jave 6 on my laptop but unable to download agreggate via a
local instance, reason is because when i run
“launchAggregateTestServer.cmd” there is no response, do i continue App
Engine Instance or how will "launchAggregateTestServer.cmd" accept to run.
ufortunately by now i cannot locate the location i installed the folder
contaiing ODK version 0.9N.

Is the server the one that will link the questionnaire in the laptop to the
android. i have already installed ODK collect in the android?

Thankyou for continued support.

Regards,

Peter Kaiga,
Researcher;
kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke; kaigapeter@yahoo.com;
Kenya, Nairobi

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Thankyou soo much Mitch for your assistance,

i have already extracted the file and run the launch aggregate server.cmd. i
believe it has successfully installed, since the i link says its running on
port 8080. i had already downloaded it on my Android and i know how
tocollect data with android. my quagmire for now is uploading the
questionnaire from ODK build to server and from server to the android. i
need to collect the data tommorrow if this works for me. i believe the
server is already set because am able to get to the attached point but when
i try to upload i get an error
" HTTP ERROR 400

Problem accessing /upload. Reason:

Problem with JavaRosa Parsing Form:null
··· ------------------------------ *Powered by Jetty://*

" .

Regards,

Peter Kaiga,
Researcher;
kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke; kaigapeter@yahoo.com;
Kenya, Nairobi +254 723 295 150

On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 7:29 PM, Mitch Sundt msundt@cs.washington.eduwrote:

Hi Peter,

If you are just getting started with ODK, you should use the installers for
ODK Aggregate 1.0 RC1 available for download here:
http://code.google.com/p/opendatakit/downloads/list We are very close to
an official ODK Aggregate 1.0 release.

(The ODK Aggregate you have downloaded and are trying to run is ODK
Aggregate 0.9.7).

In either case, it is probably easier to first get the ODK Aggregate
software installed and working on a Google appspot instance before getting
it to run on your local machine. The general sequence of steps is:

(1) download ODK Aggregate from the downloads list above.
(2) if ODK Aggregate 1.0, this will be a program that will guide you
through the configuration and install process. When you attempt to install
a server running on your own computer instead of a Google appspot instance,
you may want to refer to these instructions
http://code.google.com/p/opendatakit/wiki/AggregatePostgresqlInstall
if ODK Aggregate 0.9.x, this will be a zip file that you will want to
right-click, "Extract all...". On Windows, you should not double-click and
browse into this file; doing so will cause the cmd scripts to not work.
After you extract all the files to a directory, you can browse to the
ODKAggregateDeploy0.9.x directory within it and run the cmd scripts from
there. But, again, you must first "Extract all..." and cannot do this by
"browsing into" the zip file.
(3) visit the website of the ODK Aggregate you just installed; from the
browser page, upload your form definition into ODK Aggregate.
(4) download ODK Collect to your phone from the marketplace or from the
downloads page (to get ODK Collect 1.1.7RC1)
(5) start ODK Collect and with the menu button, choose Settings to
configure with the ODK Aggregate server you've just set up.
(6) on ODK Collect, go to Manage Forms / Get New Forms to have ODK Collect
contact the server and present the list of forms available for download.
(7) download the form(s)
(8) return to the main screen and start a new form, choosing the form
definition you want to use.

Mitch

On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 1:46 AM, Peter Kaiga kaigapeter@gmail.comwrote:

Hi all,

I have installed Jave 6 on my laptop but unable to download agreggate via
a local instance, reason is because when i run
“launchAggregateTestServer.cmd” there is no response, do i continue App
Engine Instance or how will "launchAggregateTestServer.cmd" accept to run.
ufortunately by now i cannot locate the location i installed the folder
contaiing ODK version 0.9N.

Is the server the one that will link the questionnaire in the laptop to
the android. i have already installed ODK collect in the android?

Thankyou for continued support.

Regards,

Peter Kaiga,
Researcher;
kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke; kaigapeter@yahoo.com;

Kenya, Nairobi +254 723 295 150

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you probably have not uploaded a form to aggregate. try the directions
at http://opendatakit.org/use.

··· On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 03:07, Peter Kaiga wrote: > Thankyou soo much Mitch for your assistance, > > i have already extracted the file and run the launch aggregate server.cmd. i > believe it has successfully installed, since the i link says its running on > port 8080. i had already downloaded it on my Android and i know how > tocollect data with android. my quagmire for now is uploading the > questionnaire from ODK build to server and from server to the android. i > need to collect the data tommorrow if this works for me. i believe the > server is already set because am able to get to the attached point but when > i try to upload i get an error > " HTTP ERROR 400 > > Problem accessing /upload. Reason: > > Problem with JavaRosa Parsing Form:null > > ________________________________ > Powered by Jetty:// > > " . > > Regards, > > Peter Kaiga, > Researcher; > kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke; kaigapeter@yahoo.com; > Kenya, Nairobi +254 723 295 150 > > On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 7:29 PM, Mitch Sundt wrote: >> >> Hi Peter, >> >> If you are just getting started with ODK, you should use the installers >> for ODK Aggregate 1.0 RC1 available for download here: >> http://code.google.com/p/opendatakit/downloads/list We are very close to an >> official ODK Aggregate 1.0 release. >> >> (The ODK Aggregate you have downloaded and are trying to run is ODK >> Aggregate 0.9.7). >> >> In either case, it is probably easier to first get the ODK Aggregate >> software installed and working on a Google appspot instance before getting >> it to run on your local machine. The general sequence of steps is: >> >> (1) download ODK Aggregate from the downloads list above. >> (2) if ODK Aggregate 1.0, this will be a program that will guide you >> through the configuration and install process. When you attempt to install >> a server running on your own computer instead of a Google appspot instance, >> you may want to refer to these instructions >> http://code.google.com/p/opendatakit/wiki/AggregatePostgresqlInstall >> if ODK Aggregate 0.9.x, this will be a zip file that you will want to >> right-click, "Extract all...". On Windows, you should not double-click and >> browse into this file; doing so will cause the cmd scripts to not work. >> After you extract all the files to a directory, you can browse to the >> ODKAggregateDeploy0.9.x directory within it and run the cmd scripts from >> there. But, again, you must first "Extract all..." and cannot do this by >> "browsing into" the zip file. >> (3) visit the website of the ODK Aggregate you just installed; from the >> browser page, upload your form definition into ODK Aggregate. >> (4) download ODK Collect to your phone from the marketplace or from the >> downloads page (to get ODK Collect 1.1.7RC1) >> (5) start ODK Collect and with the menu button, choose Settings to >> configure with the ODK Aggregate server you've just set up. >> (6) on ODK Collect, go to Manage Forms / Get New Forms to have ODK >> Collect contact the server and present the list of forms available for >> download. >> (7) download the form(s) >> (8) return to the main screen and start a new form, choosing the form >> definition you want to use. >> >> Mitch >> >> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 1:46 AM, Peter Kaiga wrote: >>> >>> Hi all, >>> >>> I have installed Jave 6 on my laptop but unable to download agreggate via >>> a local instance, reason is because when i run >>> “launchAggregateTestServer.cmd” there is no response, do i continue App >>> Engine Instance or how will "launchAggregateTestServer.cmd" accept to run. >>> ufortunately by now i cannot locate the location i installed the folder >>> contaiing ODK version 0.9N. >>> >>> Is the server the one that will link the questionnaire in the laptop to >>> the android. i have already installed ODK collect in the android? >>> >>> Thankyou for continued support. >>> >>> Regards, >>> >>> Peter Kaiga, >>> Researcher; >>> kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke; kaigapeter@yahoo.com; >>> Kenya, Nairobi +254 723 295 150 >>> >>> -- >>> Post: opendatakit@googlegroups.com >>> Unsubscribe: opendatakit+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com >>> Options: http://groups.google.com/group/opendatakit?hl=en >> >> >> >> -- >> Mitch Sundt >> Software Engineer >> http://www.OpenDataKit.org >> University of Washington >> mitchellsundt@gmail.com >> >> -- >> Post: opendatakit@googlegroups.com >> Unsubscribe: opendatakit+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com >> Options: http://groups.google.com/group/opendatakit?hl=en > > -- > Post: opendatakit@googlegroups.com > Unsubscribe: opendatakit+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com > Options: http://groups.google.com/group/opendatakit?hl=en >

Thanks Mitch,

This one has worked to instal the server 1.0. The problem am experiencing
now is to export from build to aggregate this is the error am getting now.
File not found "Firefox can't find the file at
http://build.opendatakit.org/aggregate/return/1317549376_peter.kaiga?oauth_verifier=cxc4ZAeyM9lnmQceHNvrvZDR&oauth_token=4/H2QcQ1rFd2wVBKhFg1dvQUqCKl5I
.
Check the file name for capitalization or other typing errors.
Check to see if the file was moved, renamed or deleted."

Peter Kaiga,
Researcher;
kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke; kaigapeter@yahoo.com;
Kenya, Nairobi +254 723 295 150

··· On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 1:07 PM, Peter Kaiga wrote:

Thankyou soo much Mitch for your assistance,

i have already extracted the file and run the launch aggregate server.cmd.
i believe it has successfully installed, since the i link says its running
on port 8080. i had already downloaded it on my Android and i know how
tocollect data with android. my quagmire for now is uploading the
questionnaire from ODK build to server and from server to the android. i
need to collect the data tommorrow if this works for me. i believe the
server is already set because am able to get to the attached point but when
i try to upload i get an error
" HTTP ERROR 400

Problem accessing /upload. Reason:

Problem with JavaRosa Parsing Form:null

Powered by Jetty://

" .

Regards,

Peter Kaiga,
Researcher;
kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke; kaigapeter@yahoo.com;
Kenya, Nairobi +254 723 295 150

On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 7:29 PM, Mitch Sundt msundt@cs.washington.eduwrote:

Hi Peter,

If you are just getting started with ODK, you should use the installers
for ODK Aggregate 1.0 RC1 available for download here:
http://code.google.com/p/opendatakit/downloads/list We are very close to
an official ODK Aggregate 1.0 release.

(The ODK Aggregate you have downloaded and are trying to run is ODK
Aggregate 0.9.7).

In either case, it is probably easier to first get the ODK Aggregate
software installed and working on a Google appspot instance before getting
it to run on your local machine. The general sequence of steps is:

(1) download ODK Aggregate from the downloads list above.
(2) if ODK Aggregate 1.0, this will be a program that will guide you
through the configuration and install process. When you attempt to install
a server running on your own computer instead of a Google appspot instance,
you may want to refer to these instructions
http://code.google.com/p/opendatakit/wiki/AggregatePostgresqlInstall
if ODK Aggregate 0.9.x, this will be a zip file that you will want to
right-click, "Extract all...". On Windows, you should not double-click and
browse into this file; doing so will cause the cmd scripts to not work.
After you extract all the files to a directory, you can browse to the
ODKAggregateDeploy0.9.x directory within it and run the cmd scripts from
there. But, again, you must first "Extract all..." and cannot do this by
"browsing into" the zip file.
(3) visit the website of the ODK Aggregate you just installed; from the
browser page, upload your form definition into ODK Aggregate.
(4) download ODK Collect to your phone from the marketplace or from the
downloads page (to get ODK Collect 1.1.7RC1)
(5) start ODK Collect and with the menu button, choose Settings to
configure with the ODK Aggregate server you've just set up.
(6) on ODK Collect, go to Manage Forms / Get New Forms to have ODK
Collect contact the server and present the list of forms available for
download.
(7) download the form(s)
(8) return to the main screen and start a new form, choosing the form
definition you want to use.

Mitch

On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 1:46 AM, Peter Kaiga kaigapeter@gmail.comwrote:

Hi all,

I have installed Jave 6 on my laptop but unable to download agreggate via
a local instance, reason is because when i run
“launchAggregateTestServer.cmd” there is no response, do i continue App
Engine Instance or how will "launchAggregateTestServer.cmd" accept to run.
ufortunately by now i cannot locate the location i installed the folder
contaiing ODK version 0.9N.

Is the server the one that will link the questionnaire in the laptop to
the android. i have already installed ODK collect in the android?

Thankyou for continued support.

Regards,

Peter Kaiga,
Researcher;
kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke; kaigapeter@yahoo.com;

Kenya, Nairobi +254 723 295 150

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This is actually an ODK issue. Oauth has not been added to Aggregate
1.0 yet so build can't post directly. Right now Digest Auth and OpenID
are working. Oauth is next on the list. It works on 0.9.x, but we just
haven't had time to do it.

In the mean time you will need to download the xml from build and
upload the xml to aggregate. Sorry about the extra step, it will be
fixed soon. I have created an issue so that you can track when it will
be done.

Waylon

··· On Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 3:00 AM, Peter Kaiga wrote: > Thanks Mitch, > > This one has worked to instal the server 1.0. The problem am experiencing > now is to export from build to aggregate this is the error am getting now. > File not found "Firefox can't find the file at > http://build.opendatakit.org/aggregate/return/1317549376_peter.kaiga?oauth_verifier=cxc4ZAeyM9lnmQceHNvrvZDR&oauth_token=4/H2QcQ1rFd2wVBKhFg1dvQUqCKl5I. > Check the file name for capitalization or other typing errors. > Check to see if the file was moved, renamed or deleted." > > > > Peter Kaiga, > Researcher; > kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke; kaigapeter@yahoo.com; > Kenya, Nairobi +254 723 295 150 > > > On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 1:07 PM, Peter Kaiga wrote: >> >> Thankyou soo much Mitch for your assistance, >> >> i have already extracted the file and run the launch aggregate server.cmd. >> i believe it has successfully installed, since the i link says its running >> on port 8080. i had already downloaded it on my Android and i know how >> tocollect data with android. my quagmire for now is uploading the >> questionnaire from ODK build to server and from server to the android. i >> need to collect the data tommorrow if this works for me. i believe the >> server is already set because am able to get to the attached point but when >> i try to upload i get an error >> " HTTP ERROR 400 >> >> Problem accessing /upload. Reason: >> >> Problem with JavaRosa Parsing Form:null >> >> ________________________________ >> Powered by Jetty:// >> >> " . >> >> Regards, >> >> Peter Kaiga, >> Researcher; >> kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke; kaigapeter@yahoo.com; >> Kenya, Nairobi +254 723 295 150 >> >> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 7:29 PM, Mitch Sundt wrote: >>> >>> Hi Peter, >>> >>> If you are just getting started with ODK, you should use the installers >>> for ODK Aggregate 1.0 RC1 available for download here: >>> http://code.google.com/p/opendatakit/downloads/list We are very close to an >>> official ODK Aggregate 1.0 release. >>> >>> (The ODK Aggregate you have downloaded and are trying to run is ODK >>> Aggregate 0.9.7). >>> >>> In either case, it is probably easier to first get the ODK Aggregate >>> software installed and working on a Google appspot instance before getting >>> it to run on your local machine. The general sequence of steps is: >>> >>> (1) download ODK Aggregate from the downloads list above. >>> (2) if ODK Aggregate 1.0, this will be a program that will guide you >>> through the configuration and install process. When you attempt to install >>> a server running on your own computer instead of a Google appspot instance, >>> you may want to refer to these instructions >>> http://code.google.com/p/opendatakit/wiki/AggregatePostgresqlInstall >>> if ODK Aggregate 0.9.x, this will be a zip file that you will want to >>> right-click, "Extract all...". On Windows, you should not double-click and >>> browse into this file; doing so will cause the cmd scripts to not work. >>> After you extract all the files to a directory, you can browse to the >>> ODKAggregateDeploy0.9.x directory within it and run the cmd scripts from >>> there. But, again, you must first "Extract all..." and cannot do this by >>> "browsing into" the zip file. >>> (3) visit the website of the ODK Aggregate you just installed; from the >>> browser page, upload your form definition into ODK Aggregate. >>> (4) download ODK Collect to your phone from the marketplace or from the >>> downloads page (to get ODK Collect 1.1.7RC1) >>> (5) start ODK Collect and with the menu button, choose Settings to >>> configure with the ODK Aggregate server you've just set up. >>> (6) on ODK Collect, go to Manage Forms / Get New Forms to have ODK >>> Collect contact the server and present the list of forms available for >>> download. >>> (7) download the form(s) >>> (8) return to the main screen and start a new form, choosing the form >>> definition you want to use. >>> >>> Mitch >>> >>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 1:46 AM, Peter Kaiga wrote: >>>> >>>> Hi all, >>>> >>>> I have installed Jave 6 on my laptop but unable to download agreggate >>>> via a local instance, reason is because when i run >>>> “launchAggregateTestServer.cmd” there is no response, do i continue App >>>> Engine Instance or how will "launchAggregateTestServer.cmd" accept to run. >>>> ufortunately by now i cannot locate the location i installed the folder >>>> contaiing ODK version 0.9N. >>>> >>>> Is the server the one that will link the questionnaire in the laptop to >>>> the android. i have already installed ODK collect in the android? >>>> >>>> Thankyou for continued support. >>>> >>>> Regards, >>>> >>>> Peter Kaiga, >>>> Researcher; >>>> kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke; >>>> kaigapeter@yahoo.com; >>>> Kenya, Nairobi +254 723 295 150 >>>> >>>> -- >>>> Post: opendatakit@googlegroups.com >>>> Unsubscribe: opendatakit+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com >>>> Options: http://groups.google.com/group/opendatakit?hl=en >>> >>> >>> >>> -- >>> Mitch Sundt >>> Software Engineer >>> http://www.OpenDataKit.org >>> University of Washington >>> mitchellsundt@gmail.com >>> >>> -- >>> Post: opendatakit@googlegroups.com >>> Unsubscribe: opendatakit+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com >>> Options: http://groups.google.com/group/opendatakit?hl=en >> > > -- > Post: opendatakit@googlegroups.com > Unsubscribe: opendatakit+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com > Options: http://groups.google.com/group/opendatakit?hl=en >

(forgot the link, resending)

This is actually an ODK issue. Oauth has not been added to Aggregate
1.0 yet so build can't post directly. Right now Digest Auth and OpenID
are working. Oauth is next on the list. It works on 0.9.x, but we just
haven't had time to do it.

In the mean time you will need to download the xml from build and
upload the xml to aggregate. Sorry about the extra step, it will be
fixed soon.

I have created an issue so that you can track progress.
http://code.google.com/p/opendatakit/issues/detail?id=346

Waylon

··· > > On Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 3:00 AM, Peter Kaiga wrote: >> Thanks Mitch, >> >> This one has worked to instal the server 1.0. The problem am experiencing >> now is to export from build to aggregate this is the error am getting now. >> File not found "Firefox can't find the file at >> http://build.opendatakit.org/aggregate/return/1317549376_peter.kaiga?oauth_verifier=cxc4ZAeyM9lnmQceHNvrvZDR&oauth_token=4/H2QcQ1rFd2wVBKhFg1dvQUqCKl5I. >> Check the file name for capitalization or other typing errors. >> Check to see if the file was moved, renamed or deleted." >> >> >> >> Peter Kaiga, >> Researcher; >> kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke; kaigapeter@yahoo.com; >> Kenya, Nairobi +254 723 295 150 >> >> >> On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 1:07 PM, Peter Kaiga wrote: >>> >>> Thankyou soo much Mitch for your assistance, >>> >>> i have already extracted the file and run the launch aggregate server.cmd. >>> i believe it has successfully installed, since the i link says its running >>> on port 8080. i had already downloaded it on my Android and i know how >>> tocollect data with android. my quagmire for now is uploading the >>> questionnaire from ODK build to server and from server to the android. i >>> need to collect the data tommorrow if this works for me. i believe the >>> server is already set because am able to get to the attached point but when >>> i try to upload i get an error >>> " HTTP ERROR 400 >>> >>> Problem accessing /upload. Reason: >>> >>> Problem with JavaRosa Parsing Form:null >>> >>> ________________________________ >>> Powered by Jetty:// >>> >>> " . >>> >>> Regards, >>> >>> Peter Kaiga, >>> Researcher; >>> kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke; kaigapeter@yahoo.com; >>> Kenya, Nairobi +254 723 295 150 >>> >>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 7:29 PM, Mitch Sundt wrote: >>>> >>>> Hi Peter, >>>> >>>> If you are just getting started with ODK, you should use the installers >>>> for ODK Aggregate 1.0 RC1 available for download here: >>>> http://code.google.com/p/opendatakit/downloads/list We are very close to an >>>> official ODK Aggregate 1.0 release. >>>> >>>> (The ODK Aggregate you have downloaded and are trying to run is ODK >>>> Aggregate 0.9.7). >>>> >>>> In either case, it is probably easier to first get the ODK Aggregate >>>> software installed and working on a Google appspot instance before getting >>>> it to run on your local machine. The general sequence of steps is: >>>> >>>> (1) download ODK Aggregate from the downloads list above. >>>> (2) if ODK Aggregate 1.0, this will be a program that will guide you >>>> through the configuration and install process. When you attempt to install >>>> a server running on your own computer instead of a Google appspot instance, >>>> you may want to refer to these instructions >>>> http://code.google.com/p/opendatakit/wiki/AggregatePostgresqlInstall >>>> if ODK Aggregate 0.9.x, this will be a zip file that you will want to >>>> right-click, "Extract all...". On Windows, you should not double-click and >>>> browse into this file; doing so will cause the cmd scripts to not work. >>>> After you extract all the files to a directory, you can browse to the >>>> ODKAggregateDeploy0.9.x directory within it and run the cmd scripts from >>>> there. But, again, you must first "Extract all..." and cannot do this by >>>> "browsing into" the zip file. >>>> (3) visit the website of the ODK Aggregate you just installed; from the >>>> browser page, upload your form definition into ODK Aggregate. >>>> (4) download ODK Collect to your phone from the marketplace or from the >>>> downloads page (to get ODK Collect 1.1.7RC1) >>>> (5) start ODK Collect and with the menu button, choose Settings to >>>> configure with the ODK Aggregate server you've just set up. >>>> (6) on ODK Collect, go to Manage Forms / Get New Forms to have ODK >>>> Collect contact the server and present the list of forms available for >>>> download. >>>> (7) download the form(s) >>>> (8) return to the main screen and start a new form, choosing the form >>>> definition you want to use. >>>> >>>> Mitch >>>> >>>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 1:46 AM, Peter Kaiga wrote: >>>>> >>>>> Hi all, >>>>> >>>>> I have installed Jave 6 on my laptop but unable to download agreggate >>>>> via a local instance, reason is because when i run >>>>> “launchAggregateTestServer.cmd” there is no response, do i continue App >>>>> Engine Instance or how will "launchAggregateTestServer.cmd" accept to run. >>>>> ufortunately by now i cannot locate the location i installed the folder >>>>> contaiing ODK version 0.9N. >>>>> >>>>> Is the server the one that will link the questionnaire in the laptop to >>>>> the android. i have already installed ODK collect in the android? >>>>> >>>>> Thankyou for continued support. >>>>> >>>>> Regards, >>>>> >>>>> Peter Kaiga, >>>>> Researcher; >>>>> kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke; >>>>> kaigapeter@yahoo.com; >>>>> Kenya, Nairobi +254 723 295 150 >>>>> >>>>> -- >>>>> Post: opendatakit@googlegroups.com >>>>> Unsubscribe: opendatakit+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com >>>>> Options: http://groups.google.com/group/opendatakit?hl=en >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> -- >>>> Mitch Sundt >>>> Software Engineer >>>> http://www.OpenDataKit.org >>>> University of Washington >>>> mitchellsundt@gmail.com >>>> >>>> -- >>>> Post: opendatakit@googlegroups.com >>>> Unsubscribe: opendatakit+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com >>>> Options: http://groups.google.com/group/opendatakit?hl=en >>> >> >> -- >> Post: opendatakit@googlegroups.com >> Unsubscribe: opendatakit+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com >> Options: http://groups.google.com/group/opendatakit?hl=en >> >

Thanks Brunette,

I have managed to export to aggregate and load the questionnaire. the
problem now is loading the questionnaire to android from server. i'm able to
load a sample questionnaire to android using open
http://opendatakit.appspot.com, but when i change the server to mine i.e it
does not load rather it has an error namely "error getting form list. Form
listing failed. DocumentBuilderFactory error:Unexpected end of document. "

Thank you for continued support, am almost there, in fact on the last step.

Peter Kaiga,
Researcher;
kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke; kaigapeter@yahoo.com;
Kenya, Nairobi +254 723 295 150

··· On Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 9:37 PM, W. Brunette wrote:

(forgot the link, resending)

This is actually an ODK issue. Oauth has not been added to Aggregate
1.0 yet so build can't post directly. Right now Digest Auth and OpenID
are working. Oauth is next on the list. It works on 0.9.x, but we just
haven't had time to do it.

In the mean time you will need to download the xml from build and
upload the xml to aggregate. Sorry about the extra step, it will be
fixed soon.

I have created an issue so that you can track progress.
http://code.google.com/p/opendatakit/issues/detail?id=346

Waylon

On Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 3:00 AM, Peter Kaiga kaigapeter@gmail.com wrote:

Thanks Mitch,

This one has worked to instal the server 1.0. The problem am
experiencing

now is to export from build to aggregate this is the error am getting
now.

File not found "Firefox can't find the file at

http://build.opendatakit.org/aggregate/return/1317549376_peter.kaiga?oauth_verifier=cxc4ZAeyM9lnmQceHNvrvZDR&oauth_token=4/H2QcQ1rFd2wVBKhFg1dvQUqCKl5I
.

Check the file name for capitalization or other typing errors.
Check to see if the file was moved, renamed or deleted."

Peter Kaiga,
Researcher;
kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke;
kaigapeter@yahoo.com;

Kenya, Nairobi +254 723 295 150

On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 1:07 PM, Peter Kaiga kaigapeter@gmail.com wrote:

Thankyou soo much Mitch for your assistance,

i have already extracted the file and run the launch aggregate
server.cmd.

i believe it has successfully installed, since the i link says its
running

on port 8080. i had already downloaded it on my Android and i know how
tocollect data with android. my quagmire for now is uploading the
questionnaire from ODK build to server and from server to the android.
i

need to collect the data tommorrow if this works for me. i believe the
server is already set because am able to get to the attached point but
when

i try to upload i get an error
" HTTP ERROR 400

Problem accessing /upload. Reason:

Problem with JavaRosa Parsing Form:null

Powered by Jetty://

" .

Regards,

Peter Kaiga,
Researcher;
kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke;
kaigapeter@yahoo.com;

Kenya, Nairobi +254 723 295 150

On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 7:29 PM, Mitch Sundt <msundt@cs.washington.edu wrote:

Hi Peter,

If you are just getting started with ODK, you should use the
installers

for ODK Aggregate 1.0 RC1 available for download here:
http://code.google.com/p/opendatakit/downloads/list We are very
close to an

official ODK Aggregate 1.0 release.

(The ODK Aggregate you have downloaded and are trying to run is ODK
Aggregate 0.9.7).

In either case, it is probably easier to first get the ODK Aggregate
software installed and working on a Google appspot instance before
getting

it to run on your local machine. The general sequence of steps is:

(1) download ODK Aggregate from the downloads list above.
(2) if ODK Aggregate 1.0, this will be a program that will guide you
through the configuration and install process. When you attempt to
install

a server running on your own computer instead of a Google appspot
instance,

you may want to refer to these instructions
http://code.google.com/p/opendatakit/wiki/AggregatePostgresqlInstall
if ODK Aggregate 0.9.x, this will be a zip file that you will want to
right-click, "Extract all...". On Windows, you should not
double-click and

browse into this file; doing so will cause the cmd scripts to not
work.

After you extract all the files to a directory, you can browse to the
ODKAggregateDeploy0.9.x directory within it and run the cmd scripts
from

there. But, again, you must first "Extract all..." and cannot do this
by

"browsing into" the zip file.
(3) visit the website of the ODK Aggregate you just installed; from
the

browser page, upload your form definition into ODK Aggregate.
(4) download ODK Collect to your phone from the marketplace or from
the

downloads page (to get ODK Collect 1.1.7RC1)
(5) start ODK Collect and with the menu button, choose Settings to
configure with the ODK Aggregate server you've just set up.
(6) on ODK Collect, go to Manage Forms / Get New Forms to have ODK
Collect contact the server and present the list of forms available for
download.
(7) download the form(s)
(8) return to the main screen and start a new form, choosing the form
definition you want to use.

Mitch

On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 1:46 AM, Peter Kaiga kaigapeter@gmail.com wrote:

Hi all,

I have installed Jave 6 on my laptop but unable to download agreggate
via a local instance, reason is because when i run
“launchAggregateTestServer.cmd” there is no response, do i continue
App

Engine Instance or how will "launchAggregateTestServer.cmd" accept
to run.

ufortunately by now i cannot locate the location i installed the
folder

contaiing ODK version 0.9N.

Is the server the one that will link the questionnaire in the laptop
to

the android. i have already installed ODK collect in the android?

Thankyou for continued support.

Regards,

Peter Kaiga,
Researcher;
kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke;
kaigapeter@yahoo.com;
Kenya, Nairobi +254 723 295 150

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http://www.OpenDataKit.org
University of Washington
mitchellsundt@gmail.com

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i have managed to export to android, thanks all, now i'll collect data.

··· ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Peter Kaiga Date: Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 10:48 PM Subject: Re: [ODK Community] Unable to Create a server To: opendatakit@googlegroups.com

Thanks Brunette,

I have managed to export to aggregate and load the questionnaire. the
problem now is loading the questionnaire to android from server. i'm able to
load a sample questionnaire to android using open
http://opendatakit.appspot.com, but when i change the server to mine i.e it
does not load rather it has an error namely "error getting form list. Form
listing failed. DocumentBuilderFactory error:Unexpected end of document. "

Thank you for continued support, am almost there, in fact on the last step.

Peter Kaiga,
Researcher;
kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke; kaigapeter@yahoo.com;
Kenya, Nairobi +254 723 295 150

On Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 9:37 PM, W. Brunette wbrunette@gmail.com wrote:

(forgot the link, resending)

This is actually an ODK issue. Oauth has not been added to Aggregate
1.0 yet so build can't post directly. Right now Digest Auth and OpenID
are working. Oauth is next on the list. It works on 0.9.x, but we just
haven't had time to do it.

In the mean time you will need to download the xml from build and
upload the xml to aggregate. Sorry about the extra step, it will be
fixed soon.

I have created an issue so that you can track progress.
http://code.google.com/p/opendatakit/issues/detail?id=346

Waylon

On Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 3:00 AM, Peter Kaiga kaigapeter@gmail.com wrote:

Thanks Mitch,

This one has worked to instal the server 1.0. The problem am
experiencing

now is to export from build to aggregate this is the error am getting
now.

File not found "Firefox can't find the file at

http://build.opendatakit.org/aggregate/return/1317549376_peter.kaiga?oauth_verifier=cxc4ZAeyM9lnmQceHNvrvZDR&oauth_token=4/H2QcQ1rFd2wVBKhFg1dvQUqCKl5I
.

Check the file name for capitalization or other typing errors.
Check to see if the file was moved, renamed or deleted."

Peter Kaiga,
Researcher;
kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke;
kaigapeter@yahoo.com;

Kenya, Nairobi +254 723 295 150

On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 1:07 PM, Peter Kaiga kaigapeter@gmail.com wrote:

Thankyou soo much Mitch for your assistance,

i have already extracted the file and run the launch aggregate
server.cmd.

i believe it has successfully installed, since the i link says its
running

on port 8080. i had already downloaded it on my Android and i know how
tocollect data with android. my quagmire for now is uploading the
questionnaire from ODK build to server and from server to the android.
i

need to collect the data tommorrow if this works for me. i believe the
server is already set because am able to get to the attached point but
when

i try to upload i get an error
" HTTP ERROR 400

Problem accessing /upload. Reason:

Problem with JavaRosa Parsing Form:null

Powered by Jetty://

" .

Regards,

Peter Kaiga,
Researcher;
kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke;
kaigapeter@yahoo.com;

Kenya, Nairobi +254 723 295 150

On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 7:29 PM, Mitch Sundt <msundt@cs.washington.edu wrote:

Hi Peter,

If you are just getting started with ODK, you should use the
installers

for ODK Aggregate 1.0 RC1 available for download here:
http://code.google.com/p/opendatakit/downloads/list We are very
close to an

official ODK Aggregate 1.0 release.

(The ODK Aggregate you have downloaded and are trying to run is ODK
Aggregate 0.9.7).

In either case, it is probably easier to first get the ODK Aggregate
software installed and working on a Google appspot instance before
getting

it to run on your local machine. The general sequence of steps is:

(1) download ODK Aggregate from the downloads list above.
(2) if ODK Aggregate 1.0, this will be a program that will guide you
through the configuration and install process. When you attempt to
install

a server running on your own computer instead of a Google appspot
instance,

you may want to refer to these instructions
http://code.google.com/p/opendatakit/wiki/AggregatePostgresqlInstall
if ODK Aggregate 0.9.x, this will be a zip file that you will want to
right-click, "Extract all...". On Windows, you should not
double-click and

browse into this file; doing so will cause the cmd scripts to not
work.

After you extract all the files to a directory, you can browse to the
ODKAggregateDeploy0.9.x directory within it and run the cmd scripts
from

there. But, again, you must first "Extract all..." and cannot do this
by

"browsing into" the zip file.
(3) visit the website of the ODK Aggregate you just installed; from
the

browser page, upload your form definition into ODK Aggregate.
(4) download ODK Collect to your phone from the marketplace or from
the

downloads page (to get ODK Collect 1.1.7RC1)
(5) start ODK Collect and with the menu button, choose Settings to
configure with the ODK Aggregate server you've just set up.
(6) on ODK Collect, go to Manage Forms / Get New Forms to have ODK
Collect contact the server and present the list of forms available for
download.
(7) download the form(s)
(8) return to the main screen and start a new form, choosing the form
definition you want to use.

Mitch

On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 1:46 AM, Peter Kaiga kaigapeter@gmail.com wrote:

Hi all,

I have installed Jave 6 on my laptop but unable to download agreggate
via a local instance, reason is because when i run
“launchAggregateTestServer.cmd” there is no response, do i continue
App

Engine Instance or how will "launchAggregateTestServer.cmd" accept
to run.

ufortunately by now i cannot locate the location i installed the
folder

contaiing ODK version 0.9N.

Is the server the one that will link the questionnaire in the laptop
to

the android. i have already installed ODK collect in the android?

Thankyou for continued support.

Regards,

Peter Kaiga,
Researcher;
kaigapeter@gmail.com; peter.kaiga@equitybank.co.ke;
kaigapeter@yahoo.com;
Kenya, Nairobi +254 723 295 150

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http://www.OpenDataKit.org
University of Washington
mitchellsundt@gmail.com

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