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!!! Configuring and Starting the Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server
This topic provides information for configuring and then starting the Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server.\\\
!!Using the Enterprise Data Mashup Service Engine\\
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__Contents__
* [Using the Enterprise Data Mashup Service Engine|UsingTheSunDataMashupEngine]
* [Enterprise Data Mashup Service Engine Overview|SunDataMashupEngineOverview]
* __Starting the GlassFish Server and Data Mashup Service Engine__
* [Designing Data Mashup Projects|DesigningDataMashupProjects]
* [Configuring Data Mashup Projects Using Joins|ConfiguringDataMashupProjectsUsingJoins]
* [Creating and Deploying a Composite Application for a Data Mashup Project|CreatingAndDeployingACompositeApplicationToCompleteADataMashupProject]
* [Testing the Deployment of a Composite Application|TestingTheDeploymentOfAJBICompositeApplication]
* [Configuring and Viewing the Data|ViewingTheData]
* [Data Mashup Service Engine Application Configurations|SunDataMashupEngineApplicationConfiguration]
* [Data Mashup Service Engine REST Support|SunDataMashupEngineRESTSupport]
* [Known Data Mashup Issues|KnownDataMashupIssues]\\
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__Note – __ While working on creating a Data Mashup project in the NetBeans IDE you do not need to have the Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server running.
! Data Mashup Links
To see a list of all the Data Mashup links, click [Using the Sun Data Mashup Engine|UsingTheSunDataMashupEngine].\\
!!!Starting the GlassFish Server and Data Mashup Service Engine
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!! To Start the Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server
This topic leads you through the steps to start the Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server.\\\
This topic provides information for starting the GlassFish server and the Enterprise Data Mashup Service Engine. While creating and working on a Data Mashup project in the NetBeans IDE you do not need to have the Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server running. In order to start the service engine and configure its runtime properties, the GlassFish server needs to be started. When Data Mashup requires the application server, Data Mashup starts the server automatically.
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__Note – __
You do not need the application server running all the time. When Data Mashup requires the application server, it automatically starts it.
# To start the NetBeans IDE, navigate to the appropriate directory and start the executable file.\\* For Solaris, AIX, and Linux\\** Directory Path: {{GlassFish ESB-install-directory/netbeans/bin}}\\** Executable: {{/ netbeans.sh}}\\* For Windows\\** Directory Path: {{GlassFish ESB-install-directory\netbeans\bin}}\\** Executable: {{netbeans.exe}}
# Start the Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server in the NetBeans IDE.
# Select the Services tab.
# Expand Servers in the runtime window.
# Right-click GlassFish V2.
# Select Start.
Wait until the message, “Application server startup complete,” appears in the Output window and a green arrow points at GlassFish V2 in the runtime window.
# Start the EDM Engine.
# Expand the GlassFish V2 node in the runtime window.
# Expand the JBI node.
# Expand Service Engines.
# Right–click {{sun-edm-engine}} and select Start.
! Next Steps
* [Designing Data Mashup Projects|DesigningDataMashupProjects]
* [Configuring Data Mashup Projects Using Joins|ConfiguringDataMashupProjectsUsingJoins]
* [Creating and Deploying a Composite Application to Complete a Data Mashup Project|CreatingAndDeployingACompositeApplicationToCompleteADataMashupProject]
* [Testing the Deployment of a JBI Composite Application|TestingTheDeploymentOfAJBICompositeApplication]
* [Viewing the Data|ViewingTheData]
! Related Topics
* [Sun Data Mashup Engine Overview|SunDataMashupEngineOverview]
* [Known Data Mashup Issues|KnownDataMashupIssues]
!To Start the Server and Service Engine
# To start the GlassFish server, do the following on the NetBeans IDE:
## Select the Services tab.
## Expand the Servers node.
## Right-click the GlassFish server (GlassFish V2, by default), and then select Start.
Wait until the message, “Application server startup complete,” appears in the Output window and a green arrow points at GlassFish V2 in the Services panel.
# To start the Enterprise Data Mashup Service Engine, do the following:
## Expand the application server node in the Services panel.
## Expand JBI.
## Expand Service Engines.
## Right–click sun-edm-engine and select Start.\\
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__Next Steps__\\
You are now ready to begin designing a Data Mashup project. For instructions on how to do this see [Designing Data Mashup Projects|DesigningDataMashupProjects].\\
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