Planning for GlassFish ESB Installation
This topic provides background information you should know before performing the procedures to successfully install GlassFish ESB using a graphical user interface (GUI) or a command line interface (CLI). If you have any questions or problems, go to the GlassFish ESB web site at http://www.glassfish-esb.org
To access all the GlassFish ESB documentation in HTML format, go to the GlassFish ESB Documentation Home page
What You Need to Know Before Installing
For GlassFish ESB, GUI and command-line installations are available for all supported operating systems. The command-line installation lets you specify installation parameters in a state file that is invoked via command line options. The GUI installer's wizard takes you through an interactive installation, prompting you along the way with installation questions.
A complete installation includes the following components:
IDE is an acronym for an integrated development environment. It consists of a number of components, such as a compiler, source code editor, build tools, debugger, browser, object inspector, class hierarchy diagram, and so on. These components can be used when performing object-oriented software development. The integrated tools can also be used to build a graphical user interface (GUI).
- GlassFish v2 Update Release 2 (UR2)
- Open ESB core components
- Java Business Integration (JBI) service engines
- Java Business Integration (JBI) binding components
- Java Business Integration (JBI) component tooling
GlassFish ESB does not support spaces in the installation directory path.
The process also installs the Sun Uninstallation software.
You must have the JDK (Java Development Kit) software installed and JAVA_HOME
set prior to installing GlassFish ESB or the Installer will halt the installation. See Installing the JDK Software and Setting JAVA_HOME
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