Sun Java Communications Suite 5 Installation Guide

ProcedureTo Develop a Sequence for Web and Application Services

The following high-level tasks are required:

  1. Checking the installation sequence guidelines

    Check to see what guidelines apply to this example and make adjustments as needed.

  2. Checking the installation prerequisites

    Check to see what tasks you might need to perform for this installation before starting.

  3. Verifying that the hardware is connected correctly for your cluster

  4. Running the installer

  5. At component selection, choosing Application Server

    Message Queue, HADB, and all the subcomponents of Application Server except the Application Server Node Agent and Load Balancing Plugin are automatically selected.

  6. Expanding the Application Server product component and selecting Load Balancing Plugin.

    Note –

    You must install Web Server and Load Balancing Plug-in using the same file system access permissions.

  7. Resolving incompatibilities

    The installer verifies software on your host and provides guidance if incompatibilities are identified.

  8. Selecting the Configure Now type

    Message Queue requires no configuration.

    The configuration pages are displayed for product components that can be configured during installation. Gather your configuration information from the table in HADB Configuration Information in Sun Java Enterprise System 5 Installation Reference for UNIX.

  9. Running the installation

  10. Viewing the Installation Summary and Log

  11. Starting the product components:

  12. Completing HADB postinstallation configuration

    Refer to Configuring HADB After a Configure Later Installation.

  13. Completing load balancing configuration

    Refer to the Chapter 5, Configuring HTTP Load Balancing, in Sun Java System Application Server Enterprise Edition 8.2 High Availability Administration Guide.