Take look at this document Installation Guide · GitBook download the one with "WildFly/console" and unzip and start using the instructions. Look at basics of Teiid here The Basics · Teiid then walk through quick start examples here Quick Starts - Teiid Examples - Project Documentation Editor
If you have any questions along the way ask in these forums.
You would start with the JRE/JDK installation: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-java-on-centos-and-fedora
sudo yum install java-1.8.0-openjdk
A basic install is then simple as unzipping the combined runtime with WildFly/console - Teiid Wildfly Downloads | Teiid
See also Installation Guide · GitBook
Thanks guys! I will try the instructions tonight.
BTW. In CentOS. I have to install Java JRE/JDK first before anything else right? Also, I went to Oracle website to see the Java version, latest was 11. Does it matter if I go with this version of Java?
Move questions to come.
Hi. I completed installing Java JRE and JDK by following the steps from the link you provided.
Now, about downloading and installing Teiid w/ WildFly. When I download the zip file, where should I place it, in which folder in Linux? And where should I unzip it?
> Now, about downloading and installing Teiid w/ WildFly. When I download the zip file, where should I place it, in which folder in Linux? And where should I unzip it?
There is no requirement about where you download or where you install. If you are just looking to quickly set things up under your user account, then unzipping into your home folder is fine.
I downloaded the teiid-11.1.1-wildfly-server.zip and unzipped it into a folder I created in my Home folder. Went to the \bin directory then ran standalone.sh -c=standalone-teiid.xml. Got the following error:
[user@localhost bin]$ standalone.sh -c=standalone-teiid.xml
bash: standalone.sh: command not found...
What to do next?
Thanks for helping.
try running first running add-user.sh and add a "management" user and "application" user using below script. For "application" user give role of "odata"
then after that run
./standalone.sh -c standalone-teiid.xml
Cool! Got that going and it seems like it is running as expected.
I guess I now need the Teiid Designer to be able to create VDBs right? Is this the only tools available for this purpose? Linux, Windows? Also, I have been reading, does Teiid Designed only with Eclipse Luna 4.4?
Thanks so much for all the help.
> I guess I now need the Teiid Designer to be able to create VDBs right?
if you want to use UI, yes. currently. If you are comfortable with SQL and XML you can also hand code the vdbs.
> Is this the only tools available for this purpose?
>Also, I have been reading, does Teiid Designed only with Eclipse Luna 4.4?
It depends on the version of the Designer, you can also use JBoss Developer Studio Red Hat Developer | Red Hat Developer Studio Overview there it is already integrated with given Eclipse platform
Do not download the 12.9 JBoss Developer Studio, but you can use 11.3 version that will work.