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Job Submitters Integration

Short Description of the Task

The Job Submission Service (JSS) specification defines Web Service interface for submitting build/test job requests to a submitter, which can be based on different architectures, like Metronome, Unicore, and gLite. The JSS Web Service is agnostic to the underlying execution environment but characterizes the environment through a set of requirements and environments.

This activity defines the submission interface, implements the two ends to adhere to the interface and test the submission functionality to be ready for a production environment.

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Plans, Dates and Status


Now each end is fine tuning the implementations to work smoothly after a few tests have been successfully completed.


  • Fixing submission page to work with the remote submissions
  • AHM checkpoint


  • 08/04/2008 First design meeting on the submission interface
  • 21/04/2008 First draft of the interface technical document available
  • 04/06/2008 Submission Interface technical document
  • 18/03/2009 CVS modules created for submission interface, Metronome submitter and glite submitter
  • 24/03/2008 Final version of the WSDL interface committed in CVS
  • 08/04/2009 Configurations of interface and stubs available on ETICS
  • 26/05/2009 First implementation of the Metronome submitter available at
  • 27/05/2009 First implementation of the gLite submitter available at
  • 10/06/2009 etics-dev deployed successfully with the new build-system webservice ready to remote-submit, the database converter and new configurations
  • 15/06/2009 First email back from the gLite submitter with successful status of build.
  • 16/06/2009 The 2 new submission tokens are automatically replaced by the deployment in etics-dev
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Topic revision: r3 - 2010-11-11 - MatthiasStein
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