source: trunk/www/info/about.jsp @ 5907

Last change on this file since 5907 was 5907, checked in by Nicklas Nordborg, 10 years ago

References #1655: GUI improvements

New design on some more pages:

  • Impersonate
  • Switch user
  • Calendar
  • Close popup message
  • Configure columns
  • Manage lists contexts
  • View help
  • Set owner
  • Share items
  • About
  • Property svn:eol-style set to native
  • Property svn:keywords set to Date Id
File size: 40.2 KB
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1<%-- $Id: about.jsp 5907 2011-12-13 08:36:28Z nicklas $
2
3  ------------------------------------------------------------------
4
5  Copyright (C) 2005 Nicklas Nordborg
6  Copyright (C) 2006 Johan Enell, Jari Häkkinen, Nicklas Nordborg
7  Copyright (C) 2007 Johan Enell, Nicklas Nordborg
8
9  This file is part of BASE - BioArray Software Environment.
10  Available at http://base.thep.lu.se/
11
12  BASE is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
13  modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
14  as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3
15  of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
16
17  BASE is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
18  but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
19  MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
20  GNU General Public License for more details.
21
22  You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
23  along with BASE. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
24  ------------------------------------------------------------------
25
26  This page displays a short notice at the bottom of the
27  screen.
28
29  @author Nicklas
30  @version 2.0
31--%>
32<%@ page pageEncoding="UTF-8" session="false"
33  import="net.sf.basedb.core.SessionControl"
34  import="net.sf.basedb.core.Application"
35  import="net.sf.basedb.core.Config"
36  import="net.sf.basedb.clients.web.Base"
37  import="net.sf.basedb.util.Values"
38  import="java.sql.Driver"
39  import="java.util.Properties"
40%>
41<%@ taglib prefix="base" uri="/WEB-INF/base.tld" %>
42<%@ taglib prefix="t" uri="/WEB-INF/tab.tld" %>
43
44<%
45final SessionControl sc = Base.getSessionControl(pageContext, true);
46final String ID = sc.getId();
47final String serverAdminName = Values.getStringOrNull(sc.getClientDefaultSetting("server.admin.name"));
48final String serverAdminEmail = Values.getStringOrNull(sc.getClientDefaultSetting("server.admin.email"));
49final String aboutServer = Values.getStringOrNull(sc.getClientDefaultSetting("server.about"));
50final float scale = Base.getScale(sc);
51final String activePage = request.getParameter("page");
52
53final String jdbcDriver = Config.getString("db.driver");
54String driverVersion = "";
55try
56{
57  final Driver driver = (Driver)Class.forName(jdbcDriver).newInstance();
58  driverVersion = "(version " + driver.getMajorVersion() + "." + driver.getMinorVersion() + ")";
59}
60catch (Throwable t)
61{}
62
63final Properties properties = System.getProperties();
64final Runtime runtime = Runtime.getRuntime();
65
66%>
67<base:page type="popup" title="About">
68<base:head scripts="tabcontrol.js" styles="tabcontrol.css" />
69<base:body>
70  <h1>BASE - BioArray Software Environment</h1>
71 
72  <t:tabcontrol subclass="content dialogtabcontrol" 
73    active="<%=activePage%>" id="about" position="bottom">
74  <t:tab id="about" title="About">
75    <div class="padded">
76    <%=Values.getString(aboutServer, "")%>
77    <p>
78    <b>Administrator:</b> <%=Values.getString(serverAdminName, "<i>- unknown -</i>")%><br>
79    <b>Email:</b> <%=serverAdminEmail == null ? "<i>- unknown -</i>": "<a href=\"mailto:"+serverAdminEmail+"\">"+serverAdminEmail+"</a>"%><br>
80    <b>Version:</b> <%=Application.getVersionString()%><br>
81    <br>
82    <div style="font-size: 85%;">
83      &copy; 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 The BASE team <br/> See
84      <a href=http://base.thep.lu.se/browser/trunk/credits.txt>BASE
85      version 2 credits</a> for contribution information.
86
87      <p> BASE is released under the
88      <a target="_new" href="http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html">GNU
89      General Public License</a>. The development of BASE is supported
90      by
91      <a target="_new" href="http://www.lu.se/">Lund University</a>
92      through SCIBLU. Previous patrons of the BASE project were the
93      <a target="_new" href="http://www.wallenberg.org/kaw/">Knut and Alice
94      Wallenberg Foundation</a> and the
95      <a target="_new" href="http://www.cancerfonden.se/">Swedish Cancer
96      Society</a>. </p>
97    </div>
98    </div>
99  </t:tab>
100 
101  <t:tab id="config" title="Configuration">
102 
103  <table class="fullform">
104  <tr>
105    <th>Version</th>
106    <td class="info"><%=Application.getVersionString()%></td>
107  </tr>
108  <tr>
109    <th>Web server</th>
110    <td class="info"><%=application.getServerInfo()%></td>
111  </tr>
112  <tr>
113    <th>Database Server</th>
114    <td class="info"><%=Application.getDatabaseVersionString()%></td>
115  </tr>
116  <tr>
117    <th>Database Dialect</th>
118    <td class="info"><%=Config.getString("db.dialect")%></td>
119  </tr>
120  <tr>
121    <th>JDBC Driver</th>
122    <td class="info"><%=jdbcDriver%> <%=driverVersion%></td>
123  </tr>
124  <tr>
125    <th>Java runtime</th>
126    <td class="info"><%=properties.getProperty("java.runtime.name")%> 
127      (<%=properties.getProperty("java.runtime.version")%>),
128      <a href="<%=properties.getProperty("java.vendor.url")%>" target="_new"><%=properties.getProperty("java.vendor")%></a></td>
129  </tr>
130  <tr>
131    <th>Operating system</th>
132    <td class="info"><%=properties.getProperty("os.name")%> 
133      <%=properties.getProperty("os.arch")%>
134      <%=properties.getProperty("os.version")%>
135      </td>
136  </tr>
137  <tr>
138    <th>Memory</th>
139    <td class="info">Total: <%=Values.formatBytes(runtime.totalMemory())%><br>
140      Free: <%=Values.formatBytes(runtime.freeMemory()) %><br>
141      Max: <%=Values.formatBytes(runtime.maxMemory()) %></td>
142  </tr>
143  <tr class="dynamic">
144    <th></th>
145    <td></td>
146  </tr>
147  </table>
148  </t:tab>
149 
150  <t:tab id="license" title="License">
151    <div style="background: #FFFFFF; padding: 5px;">
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833  <tr>
834    <th>The Hibernate team</th>
835    <td><a href="http://www.hibernate.org/" target="_new">http://www.hibernate.org/</a></td>
836  </tr>
837  <tr>
838    <th>Apache Software Foundation</th>
839    <td><a href="http://www.apache.org/" target="_new">http://www.apache.org/</a></td>
840  </tr>
841  <tr>
842    <th>Sun Microsystems</th>
843    <td><a href="http://www.sun.com/" target="_new">http://www.sun.com/</a></td>
844  </tr>
845  <tr>
846    <th>XDoclet team</th>
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848  </tr>
849  <tr>
850    <th>MySQL</th>
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852  </tr>
853  <tr>
854    <th>The JDOM(TM) Project</th>
855    <td><a href="http://www.jdom.org" target="_new">http://www.jdom.org</a></td>
856  </tr>
857  <tr>
858    <th>Singular systems</th>
859    <td><a href="http://www.singularsys.com/jep/" target="_new">http://www.singularsys.com/jep/</a></td>
860  </tr>
861  <tr>
862    <th>JFree software projects</th>
863    <td><a href="http://www.jfree.org/" target="_new">http://www.jfree.org/</a></td>
864  </tr>
865  <tr>
866    <th>Mark James</th>
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868  </tr>
869  <tr>
870    <th>Affymetrix</th>
871    <td><a href="http://www.affymetrix.com" target="_new">http://www.affymetrix.com</a></td>
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