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In this tutorial we will show you how to generate an ONOS bundle template. This makes it easy for you to add either an ONOS service or application. We will be using maven archetypes to generate our template, therefore this link could be handy if you would like to know more about this process.

Publish the artifacts to local repository

ONOS project started using BUCK from 1.7.0 hummingbird release. If you want to build ONOS application with maven archetype, you should publish the artifacts to local repository in ~/.m2:

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onos-buck-publish-local

Generate your ONOS application project

Let's now generate an ONOS project which will be fully compilable and ready to be deployed. Although Although, you  you will still have to code up your application, we haven't yet figured out how to generate code that does exactly what you would like it to do to do (wink). So  So let's start by running the following in a directory outside of $ONOS_ROOT:

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mvn archetype:generate -DarchetypeGroupId=org.onosproject -DarchetypeArtifactId=onos-bundle-archetype

Notably, this command will download the newest RELEASE version of onos-archetypes plugin and generate an ONOS application.

Alternatively, if you have the ONOS code checked out and available, you can use the use the onos-create-app tool to  tool to accomplish the same thing. Run It's important to note that if your ONOS is  a SNAPSHOT version and is built with Buck, you should change directory to $ONOS_ROOT/tools/package/archetypes and generate the onos-archetypes firstly:

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cd $ONOS_ROOT/tools/package/archetypes
mvn clean install

Then run in a directory outside of $ONOS_ROOT:

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