Perl based website installation. You will need to remotely install “Market?? a Perl based web application, and all other necessary components on a barebones RedHat system. You will be provided with remote access to the running server and the application files. You will need to download the up to date version of all other components necessary. Please see requirements and installation instruction below: • Linux system with dev tools. distribution is unimportant • Perl 5 or later • Finance::Quote perl module (make sure you have the latest version) • Finance::QuoteHist perl module (make sure you have the latest version) • Internet connection • MySQL database • IBM JDK (Java development tools) • Apache web server (with source) • Resin servlet runner (caucho module for Apache) • mm-mysql driver for resin / mysql • A graphical database management application. You will need a Linux environment running with MySQL, Apache, the IBM JDK, and Resin's caucho module compiled into apache. You will need to create a database called "Market" and a user called "Market" with a password and assign rights to that user for the "Market" database. The distribution comes with a [url removed, login to view] file that will build the initial tables and default data. After setting the database up and copying the contents of WEB-INF/ to your system's WEB-INF/ directory, and adding the appropriate lines to your [url removed, login to view] (example is provided with the source) you should be able to start using the “Market?? system. To start automated trading, you should set up a crontab that launches the perl scripts at their appropriate intervals. These scripts use the Finance::Quote perl module to grab financial information from a variety of Internet resources and update the database accordingly.
1) Complete and fully-functional working installation. 2) Testing to insure Full functionality of website. 3) Complete ownership and distribution copyrights to all work purchased.
RedHat linux 9.0