[Glass] Adding GsDevKit/zodiac to an existing GS Seaside database

Dale Henrichs dale.henrichs at gemtalksystems.com
Tue Apr 27 10:03:12 PDT 2021


The standard answer is to use GsDevKit_home and then run the $GS_HOME/bin/createStone script and GsDevKit/zodiac will be loaded as part of a standard GsDevKit/GLASS installation ...
I know that you have a custom install of Seaside as you do not use GsDevKit_home, so the standard answer does not apply.
I'll send you some private email to discuss further.
On Apr 27 2021, at 7:47 am, Bob Nemec via Glass <glass at lists.gemtalksystems.com> wrote:
> Hey there,
> Looking for some baby-steps answers on how to load GsDevKit/zodiac to my GS Seaside application.
> I'm working on integrating with Microsoft Graph. I have it working in our VW Seaside image, but it needs https support, for which I assume I need GsDevKit/zodiac (vs. GsDevKit/Cryptography ?) added to our GS Seaside.
> I've never loaded GS code from GitHub... time to learn.
> Can someone point me to some 'how to get started' instructions?
> Sorry if I've missed some obvious instructions; hoping to save some time by asking.
> Thanks for any help,
> Bob Nemec
> Kore / HTS
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