quick and dirty, possibly, but you could:
1. run through installer on windows machine
2. copy the directory structure created over to solaris/linux before doing the instructed run.bat step, i.e. GUI instructs you to execute "run.bat" in bin folder
3 then do the run.bat/sh on the linux/solaris box
I think I saw a recommendation of this in past when a person had a difficulty with OS. There is an installation script, that you can create, but dont know how to use it, as itis just a text file and doesnt seem like an installer script.
Do what Jason suggested. Once you have JBCS installed on Windows, you can copy the mail.ear and calendar.ear directories and the jbms-ds.xml (data source) file to your JBoss deploy directory.
We're not using Solaris, but this is what I did to get JBCS on our Linux servers.
As far as separating them, I'd say it depends on what you are doing. If you have app running on JBoss already or plan to, using JBAS is a simple way of doing it. We're using JBCS on JBAS since it's part of our app. If you want more control to bring down JBCS separate from your other apps, you may want to run them separate if you have the memory.
did you get it varamthanapon? I.e. the setup working on Solaris?
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May I try it on Friday ? .... because I am very busy on... development task...
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