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Installing the Java EE 5 SDK
Throughout the book, we evaded the topic of installing application servers and configuring our sample application inside an installed server. We avoided this subject for two reasons. First, this book is about the EJB 3 standard and we didn t want to slant this book toward a specific application-server implementation. Second, providing application-server-specific instructions is a tricky business at best. This is because application-server implementations change quite often, making instructions out of date. This is especially true for a potentially long-lived technology like EJB 3. However, we don t want to leave you completely high and dry, even if it means providing instructions that may not be up-to-date when you read this. You should treat the material in this appendix as a general guideline more than anything else. We ll provide the basic instructions for installing and configuring the ActionBazaar application using the Java EE SDK based on the GlassFish application server, which seems like an obvious choice since it s the official reference implementation for Java EE 5. Note that in no sense do we endorse GlassFish as something you should be using for anything other than the purposes of learning EJB 3 with this book. Also note that the website for this book, www.manning.com/panda, contains upto-date instructions for installing and configuring all popular application servers that support EJB 3. The instructions in this appendix are for a Windows machine, but they can be easily adapted for any other operating system, such as Linux. The installation and configuration instructions can be broken down into three distinct steps:
1 2 3
Installing the Java EE 5 SDK Configuring and running the application server and database Installing and running the ActionBazaar application
E.1 Installing the Java EE 5 SDK
Sun bundles a GlassFish distribution with the Java EE 5 SDK. The first logical step is to download and install the SDK from the Sun site.
You can download the Java EE 5 SDK from http://java.sun.com/javaee/ technologies/index.jsp. You want the Java EE 5 SDK Update 2 (or the latest available for download). You can download the SDK with or without a JDK. Java EE 5 requires Java SE 5 or higher. The safest bet is to use the version that comes bundled with a JDK. This version of the downloaded file is named something like java_ee_sdk-5*-windows.exe.
APPENDIX E
Installing and configuring the Java EE 5 SDK
Figure E.1
The Java EE 5 SDK welcome screen
Double-click on the downloaded executable and you will see the screen in figure E.1. Click Next on this screen to start the installation process. The next screen shows the licensing agreement (figure E.2). Click Yes to accept the agreement and click Next. As shown in figure E.3, the next screen prompts you to enter an installation directory for the application server. Unless there is a specific reason not to do so, accept the default.
Installing the Java EE 5 SDK
Figure E.2
The Java EE 5 SDK license screen
Figure E.3 The Select Installation Directory screen. Unless there is a reason not to do so, accept the defaults here.
APPENDIX E
Installing and configuring the Java EE 5 SDK
Figure E.4 The admin configuration screen prompts you for server administration details.
The next screen (figure E.4) prompts you for some administrative details for the application server such as Admin User Name, Password, and the ports the server should use. Accept the default username, enter a password (twice), and accept the default port settings. The next screen (figure E.5) prompts you with some installation options. You ll need to change a few defaults here. You should deselect the Register Application Server option unless you really want to go through a few more tedious screens. Also, select the Create Windows Service option to make server startup happen behind the scenes. The next screen displays an installation summary, as shown in figure E.6. Click Next to start the install process. The installation is not short, so you ll have to wait a bit for it to finish. Feel free to go water the plants!
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