This example provides guidelines for installing Service Registry on a single host.
Service Registry requires a local copy of Application Server and at least two Application Server subcomponents: Domain Administration Server and Command Line Administration Tool. Message Queue, HADB, and Java DB are also required.
For installation on Solaris 10, Service Registry should be installed in a separate non-global zone. For more information, refer to Solaris 10 Zones Examples.
The following high-level tasks are required:
Checking the installation sequence guidelines
Check to see what sequence guidelines apply. Refer to Table 2–1.
Checking the installation prerequisites
Check to see what installation prerequisites apply. Refer to Table 1–3.
Running the Java ES installer
At component selection, selecting Service Registry
Application Server and its required subcomponents as well as HADB, Java DB, and Message Queue are automatically selected.
The installer verifies software on your host and provides guidance if incompatibilities are identified.
Verifying installation directories
Selecting the Configure Now or Configure Later type
Service Registry cannot be configured during installation.
For the Configure Now type, the Application Server and HADB configuration pages are displayed by the installer.
Gather your configuration information from the tables in Chapter 3, Configuration Information, in Sun Java Enterprise System 5 Installation Reference for UNIX
For the Configure Later type, configuration pages are not displayed.
Running the installation
Viewing the Installation Summary and Log
Completing postinstallation configuration, in this order
Postinstallation configuration of Application Server and HADB are necessary only if those services are to be used separately or if Configure Later was chosen for Application Server.
Starting Service Registry
Refer to the Service Registry 3.1 Administration Guide for instructions.
The following table contains additional information for installing Service Registry.