This briefly describes how to setup and run the demo hosted at http://inspire.kademo.nl/deegree-inspire-demo in your own environment.
Eclipse or any other IDE is not required, but may help as these tools are often integrated with both SVN and Maven.
Install Java, SVN and Maven on your platform.
Run the following command
svn checkout http://inspire-foss.googlecode.com/svn/trunk inspire-foss
This checks out all code (read only) into a newly created directory “inspire-foss”.
This demo runs a web application contained in the directory
inspire-foss/demos/deegree-inspire-demo. We will call this dir $WEBAPP further below.
Do the following commands
The first time running Maven quite some software will be downloaded into your local Maven cache. Be patient.
The demo is self-contained, no PostGIS is needed etc (Deegree here uses memory store).
You can even add your own data under the dir: $WEBAPP/src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/data and configuring a new source under $WEBAPP/src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/conf/datasources/feature/inspire.xml
You can configure a WMS for your data.
Note that the Viewer used in the demo is developed within another Open Source project together with Geodan (who is providing the ESDIN Demo Viewer): http://code.google.com/p/geoext-viewer