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Verifying /usr/java/default/ using the JVM file
Verifying... /usr/java/default//bin/java
$FULLCURRJVM is "1.6.0"
$CURRJVMNOQ is 1.6.0
$CURRJVMNO_ is 1.6.0
$CURRJVM is 160
Version of /usr/java/default//bin/java is 160
Comparing to required version of 142
Version "1.6.0" has been verified
Verification passed for /usr/java/default/ using the JVM file
LAUNCH_COMMAND=/usr/java/default//bin/java -cp
SDK/UNIX/csdk.jar":"JDBC/setup.jar":"suite.jar":::::: -Dtemp.dir="/tmp"
-Dis.jvm.home="/usr/java/default/" -Dis.jvm.temp="0"""
-Dis.jvm.file="/tmp/istemp4889142060605/genericjvmfile" -Dis.exter
al.home="/ifmx_data/expand/." run -G overwriteJVM=yes -silent -options
example.ini 1>>/tmp/install.log 2>>/tmp/istemp48891420606
2.2.10 Using the product installation scripts
Rather than start with the bundle installer (ids_install on Linux or UNIX, or
setp.exe on Windows), you can install each product separately by using their
individual installation scripts. For example, to install IDS, use the
script in the SERVER subdirectory of the source directory. All the same options
are available, but a separate command is required for each product. The bundle
installer is usually an easier starting point.
2.2.11 Using the JAR file on Linux or UNIX
Rather than using any of the previous options, you can directly execute the
installation program JAR file. There are separate files for the base DBMS, the full
IDS suite, the CSDK, and I-Connect. You must use each file separately if you
choose this technique. For example, to install just the base DBMS, the command
is either:
java -cp IIF.jar run for a console installation or
java -cp IIF.jar run -swing for the graphical installer

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