Planning for GlassFish ESB Installation
This topic provides instructions that lead you through the procedures to successfully install GlassFish ESB using a graphical user interface (GUI). 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 web site at http://www.glassfish-esb.org
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:
- NetBeans IDE 6.1 MLNote -
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 toolingCaution -
GlassFish ESB does not support spaces in the installation directory path.
The process also installs the Sun Uninstallation software.Note -
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 fjdksla;fkjds