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Installing in Silent Mode

The installer's silent mode is intended for use in installing on remote machines. It is also useful for administrators to set up installations in which the person installing cannot change any installation options. You can customize how FUSE Services Framework is installed by providing an installer.properties file specifying the options you wish to install.

To install FUSE Services Framework using the silent installation mode, do the following:

Table 2.5 shows the properties you can set and their possible values.

[Note]Note

When specifying Windows paths, escape the colon in drive letter specifications with a backslash, and double any backslash path separators. In your JDK_HOME entry, you can use the 8.3 version of space-containing directory names, but do not use space-containing path components in your USER_INSTALL_DIR entry. (Use DIR /X to determine the 8.3 version of file and directory names.)


Example 2.1 shows a sample installer.properties file for a Windows system.

Example 2.1. Installer Properties File

1 USER_INSTALL_DIR=C\:\\iona\\fuse-services-framework-2.1.0.0
2 CHOSEN_INSTALL_FEATURE_LIST=CXF,Containers,Spring
3 SILENT_ACCEPT_LICENSE_AGREEMENT=true
4 JDK_HOME=C\:\\Progra~1\\Java\\jdk1.5.0_11
5 INSTALLER_UI=silent
6 USER_INPUT_SAVE_PROPERTIES_YES_NO=No

The properties file shown in Example 2.1 tells the installer to do the following:

1

Install FUSE Services Framework into C\:\\iona\\fuse-services-framework-2.1.x.

2

Install all FUSE Services Framework components.

3

Accept the license agreement without prompting.

4

Use the specified JDK.

5

Run the installer silently.

6

Do not save an installer.properties file.