The installer performs a dependency check of the selected components. If there is a problem, the installer might display one or more messages informing you of the problem and directing you to take action.
Resolve component dependency issues and click Next. Repeat this process until you are allowed to proceed.
The installer then performs a compatibility check of any shared components already installed. If any incompatible versions of components are found, you will be asked to remove them from the host.
Click Yes to have the installer remove the incompatible shared components or click No to remove the components manually.
If you select No, you must remove the component before continuing with the installation.
After the offending component has been removed, the installer performs a compatibility check of any shared components already installed. If incompatible versions of shared components are detected, the Shared Components Upgrade Required page is displayed.
Review the incompatible components list and determine if it is safe for the installer to automatically upgrade the shared components listed.
Click Next to allow the installer to automatically upgrade the shared components listed.
This upgrade does not happen until you reach the Ready to Install page.
On Solaris OS. If an incompatible system-wide version of the J2SE SDK is detected, the J2SE SDK Upgrade Required page is displayed. The installer performs this check only on the Solaris platform.
Do not upgrade shared components without checking the dependencies that exist on the host for non-Java ES applications. First verify that these existing applications are compatible with the required versions of the shared components.
The Installation Directories page is displayed.