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Instructions for updating the JBI binaries in a GlassFish installation.

This is a solution that addresses use cases where developers have an installation of GlassFish installation and want to update the JBI binaries from a more recent build.

Download jbi-core-installer.jar

Download the installer jar corresponding to the build that has your fixes.
The core installer could be downloaded from http://download.java.net/jbi/binaries/open-esb/main/nightly/latest/CORE/jbi-core-installer.jar

Stop all running domains

The core installer updates the binaries in AS_INSTALL/jbi.
But to prevent issues of file locking, please stop all running domains.

asadmin stop-domain domain-name

Run the core installer

java -jar jbi-core-installer.jar install

Verify your update

After installation is complete, you can view the Project Open ESB version updated in /jbi/jbi.ver

Notes:

Version check:

The core installer performs a version check and updates the binaries only if the existing version is older than the bits in the installer.
If you would like to override this behaviour, please use -overwrite option while running the core installer

java -jar jbi-core-installer.jar install overwrite

System components

If you are interested in using updated Open ESB system components, sun-http-binding, sun-javaee-engine, sun-wsdl-library you have to follow one of the two options

Create a new domain

You can create a new domain or delete and create domain1 to get the latest system components in the domain repository.

Update components manually

If you are interested in particular system component and are not interested in recreating the domain, you can update the system component as

asadmin upgrade-jbi-component AS_INSTALL/jbi/components/

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This particular version was published on 16-May-08 07:35 AM, -0700 by Annies Abduljaffar