You can run the Java ES installer in the following modes:
Graphical mode: An interactive wizard guides you through a series of choices on installation pages on a graphical workstation.
Text-based mode: An interactive command-line installer prompts you for responses in a terminal window.
Silent mode: The installer reads input from a state file, which is a text file containing name-value pairs of configuration information. You create a state file by running the installer with the -no and -saveState options. Then, you edit the state file for the specific host server where you plan to install the various Java ES components. Using a state file is useful for installing multiple instances on different host servers.