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Updated: August 2018

Installing and Configuring Agent Builder

Agent Builder requires no special installation. Agent Builder is included in the ha-cluster/developer/api IPS package, which is installed by default when you install the Oracle Solaris Cluster software. The Installing and Configuring an Oracle Solaris Cluster 4.4 Environment contains more information.

    Before you use Agent Builder, verify the following requirements:

  • The Java runtime environment is included in your $PATH variable.

  • The cc compiler is included in your $PATH variable. Agent Builder uses the first occurrence of cc in your $PATH variable to identify the compiler with which to generate C binary code for the resource type. If cc is not included in $PATH, Agent Builder disables the option to generate C code. See Using the Create Screen.

Note - You can use a different compiler with Agent Builder than the standard cc compiler. To use a different compiler, create a symbolic link in $PATH from cc to a different compiler, such as gcc. Or, change the compiler specification in the makefile (currently, CC=cc) to the complete path for a different compiler. For example, in the makefile that is generated by Agent Builder, change CC=cc to CC=pathname/gcc. In this case, you cannot run Agent Builder directly. Instead, you must use the make and make pkg commands to generate data service code and the package.