Sun Java Enterprise System 2005Q4 Installation Reference

Parameters Used Only in State Files

The following table contains information on state file parameters that are not associated with component configuration. Parameter names are listed alphabetically.

Table 1–60 State File Parameters

Parameter Name 




Specifies whether to upgrade the JDK if it is found on the host and is incompatible with the JDK distributed by Java Enterprise System. 

The value can be yes or no. The parameter is case sensitive. The default value is no.


Defines the configuration type. 

Permitted values are Custom (meaning configure during installation) and Skip (meaning configure after installation, called Configure Later). The default value is Custom, called Configure Now.

Do not set this value in the state file. Specify this value only when you are running the installer to generate a state file. Configuration type affects the installer processing logic in many ways, and errors could result if you change the value after the state file is generated. 


Specifies the web container type for Access Manager. 

Permitted values are WebServer and AppServer. The default value is AppServer (Application Server).


Specifies the web container type for Portal Server. Permitted values are IWS, SUNONE8, WEBLOGIC, WEBSPHERE.


Specifies which languages to install. Permitted values are as follows: 

  • en (English)

  • es (Spanish)

  • ja (Japanese)

  • fr (French)

  • de (German)

  • ko (Korean)

  • zh_TW (Traditional Chinese)

  • zh_CN (Simplified Chinese)

English is installed in all cases, even if the parameter value is blank. To select multiple languages, insert a comma between two language abbreviations. For example, you could specify en,es,ja,fr.


The permitted values are Evaluation and Deployment, but this field is not used. 


Instructs the installer to exit if dependencies of the selected components are not met. Warnings generally identify dependencies that could be met with remote components that can be specified during configuration. 

Specify Yes to exit the installation on a dependency warning or specify No to proceed despite the warning. The default value is No.

This parameter is not case sensitive. 


Causes the installer to write a list of currently installed products to the log file. This option is the equivalent of the View Currently Installed button on the Component Selection page of the graphical installer. 

Permitted values are Yes and No. The default value is Yes.

This parameter is not case sensitive. 


A comma separated list of components and subcomponents you want to install. 

The default value is All.


Causes the installer to remove the Application Server and Message Queue products that come bundled with the Solaris OS before installing Java ES versions of these components.