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  • Great now you have Maven and Eclipse installed, source code checked out, you need to run Maven once in order to download all necessary dependencies into your m2 repository:
    • In your command prompt (Windows run cmd) or your terminal (Linux or Mac) navigate into the above mentioned fluid-engage-kettle project directory inside fluid-all.
    • There you can see that you have a file called pom.xml. Once you make sure the file is there you should run "mvn install" to pull all fluid engage dependencies onto your machine.
  • Next step is the last step before you are able to see engage in action:
    • Go back to your eclipse and right click on fluid-engage-kettle in your "Package Explorer" where you select "Build Path" -> "Configure Build Path...".
    • There you should select a "Libraries" tab and click on "Add Variable...".
    • In "New Variable Classpath Entry" click on "Configure Variables..." and on the next screen click "New...".
    • The name of the new variable should be "M2_REPO" and it should point to "repository" directory inside the downloaded m2 directory (on Mac and Linux it is usually located in $HOME/.m2 and on Windows machines it can be found in %USERPROFILE%\.maven).
    • Save the variable and rebuild the whole project. Now you should be ready to start the engage app.
  • In order to run engage you should run fluid-engage-kettle/src/main/java/org/fluidproject/kettle/jetty/ as Java Application (Note: Rhino debugger in engage is enabled by default so once it's started and loaded all the files just click on Go for the application to procede).
  • Next and final step is to open you Web-Kit enabled browser (Safari or Chrome) and go to
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