To run the setup utility, you must be using the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.4 or later. Make sure that your JAVA_HOME and PATH environment variables point to the JDK installation directory for the version of the JDK that you are using.
On Solaris and Linux systems, issue the following command before running the setup script:
# chmod +x setup
Create a new directory to unzip the files. For example: amtools
Download the amAdminTools.zip file to the new directory and unzip the files.
In the directory (amtools) where you unzipped the files, run the setup utility.
On Windows systems, run the setup.bat utility.
On Solaris and Linux systems, use this syntax to run the setup utility:
setup -p | --path aminstancedir
where aminstancedir is the path to the Access Manager configuration files, which includes the AMConfig.properties and serverconfig.xml files.
If you run the setup utility without any options, the script prompts you for the path to the Access Manager configuration directory.
If the path to the Access Manager configuration files contains a space, run the setup utility without any options and then provide the path when you are prompted.
To display the help for the setup utility:
setup -h | --help
You can now run the Access Manager CLI utilities and scripts from the directory where you unzipped the amAdminTools.zip file.
For more information, see the amAdminTools.zip README file.
To run the setup utility, you must be using the JRE1.4 or later.