Complete Installation and Upgrade Information for Software AG Products : Installing Software AG Products : Installing and Uninstalling EntireX : Install EntireX : Start the Installer, Provide General Information, and Choose EntireX Components
Start the Installer, Provide General Information, and Choose EntireX Components
Read the requirements in Using the Software AG Installer (for example, the requirement to create a user account that has the proper privileges for Windows and that is non-root for UNIX). Follow the instructions in that guide to start the installer and provide general information such as proxy server, release to install, installation directory, and how to use the product selection tree.
When you install on a UNIX system, the installer might ask whether to use sudo and related scripts. If you want to have the installer run the script, the user under which you run the installer must be in the sudoers configuration. If you are creating or installing from an installation script, the option to use sudo is not available because the installer does not store the sudo password in scripts, for security reasons. Instead you will perform certain tasks after installation as described later in this chapter.
Unless otherwise stated for a specific product, do not install products from this release into a Software AG directory that contains products from any other release. Unless otherwise stated for a specific product, you cannot mix products from different releases in the same installation directory; if you do so, you will experience problems or be unable to access functionality.
On the product tree, select the EntireX components to install.
Core Files
Runtime for EntireX clients and servers.
Administration and Monitoring
Enables you to administer and monitor EntireX using scripts and utilities. Also includes the Application Monitoring Data Collector.
Communication hub for EntireX clients and servers.
Development Tools
C header files and Microsoft Visual Studio Wizard for EntireX .NET Wrapper. Enables you to develop .NET and C-based EntireX applications and work with Microsoft Visual Studio.
Mini Runtime
Runtime for EntireX clients written in .NET, C, and DCOM.
Web Services deployed in Software AG Runtime
XML Listener and XML RPC Server deployed in Software AG Runtime. Enables you to provide and access Web services from EntireX RPC endpoints using Software AG Runtime.
After the product selection tree, the installer displays the language pack selection tree. For information on language packs, see the international operating environments appendix in this guide. The installer then displays panels (GUI mode) or prompts (console mode) that ask for product configuration information. Most are self-explanatory, so this section shows only the panels that require explanation. The information and fields on the prompts is identical to the information and fields on the panels.
Make sure all ports you specify on panels or in response to prompts are not already being used by other products on your machine. The installer cannot detect whether ports are in use when products are shut down, and the shutting down of products is a requirement for running the installer. See the list of default ports used by Software AG products.
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