Using the GlassFish ESB Installation CLI

Overview of CLI Installations

Before beginning the installation, read Planning for GlassFish ESB Installation, which contains information that is necessary for you to complete a successful install of GlassFish ESB such as supported platforms, operating system limitations, and parameter definitions. You can use a command–line installation script on any of the supported operating systems by first generating the XML state file and then invoking the installation script. The command–line installation performs a complete installation of GlassFish ESB.

Installation ProcessYou can perform a CLI installation in one of three ways. In a default installation, you create a default state file and run the installation all in one step, or you can run the installation without creating a state file. In a custom installation, you create a default state file, customize the state file for your environment, and then run the installation using the updated state file.

Installation Command Summary

You can run the installation command using three combinations of options. The options you use depend on whether you want to generate a state file and whether you need to customize the installation. In the following commands, OS is the operating system, ext is the file extension, and StateFile is the path and name of the state file.

Complete Command Line Interface InstallationThe following software is installed:

Note –

IDE is an acronym for an integrated development environment. It consists of a number of components, such as a compiler, source code editor, build tools, debugger, browser, object inspector, class hierarchy diagram, and so on. These components can be used when performing object-oriented software development. The integrated tools can also be used to build a graphical user interface (GUI).

Important Installation Notes