OpenEndpoints is software written in Java. The code is open source and licensed under Apache License with Commons Clause - see https://openendpoints.io/license.
For the deployment we recommend using Docker. A public Docker container is available at:
By default the public Docker container will install the free XSLT processor Saxon-HE. This is sufficient for most purposes.
In order to deploy OpenEndpoints with the commercial version Saxon-PE you are required to buy a license for Saxon-PE (Professional Edition) and create a Docker container using that edition. The license isn't expensive and it's absolutely worth the money.
Install Java 21 and Maven on your computer if you have not already done so.
Check out the OpenEndpoints Git repo to your computer if you have not already done so.
Execute the following command to install the Saxon-PE JAR that you have purchased into your local Maven repository on your computer: mvn install:install-file -Dfile=<path to your Saxon-PE file> -DgroupId=net.sf.saxon -DartifactId=Saxon-PE -Dversion=184.108.40.206 -Dpackaging=jar replacing your path to your downloaded file as appropriate. Keep the -Dversion the same, no matter what version you've actually downloaded.
Copy the Saxon-PE license file to your Git checkout, placing it in the path saxon-pe/saxon-license.lic.
Execute the following command to build OpenEndpoints with Saxon-PE: mvn -DSaxon=PE clean package
Build the Docker image using a command like docker build -t endpoints-pe .
Push the Docker image to your Docker repository. Note that the terms of the Saxon-PE license do not allow you to make this Docker image public in any way.