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Some of the defaults on the Installations Options screen need to be
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Figure E.6 The Ready to Install screen summarizes all of the options you ve selected so far.
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You will need to start the server from this screen before closing it.
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After the installation finishes, you ll see the Installation Complete screen in figure E.7. Don t be too quick to dismiss this screen. You must actually start the server by clicking the Start Server button on this screen. It will take a moment for the server to start. Once it does, you can close this screen by clicking the Finish button.
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This completes the installation of the Java EE 5 SDK. The next major step is to configure GlassFish in preparation for deploying the ActionBazaar application.
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Running the application server and database
E.2 Running the application server and database
At this point, you should verify that the application server is running. You can do this by accessing the built-in web-based administrative interface.
The administrative interface runs on port 4848 of your local machine. To access it, go to Start > Programs > Sun Microsystems > Application Server PE 9 > Admin Console. The first screen you see is the login interface (figure E.8). Enter the admin username and password you specified during installation here.
Figure E.8
The application server administrative interface login screen
APPENDIX E
Installing and configuring the Java EE 5 SDK
Figure E.9
Spend some time exploring the admin console.
The Server Admin Console home page shown in figure E.9 appears. Take a moment to explore the administration console before moving on. The Java EE 5 SDK comes with the default Apache Derby database. To simplify matters, you can use this database for the ActionBazaar application. You must start the database to install and configure the sample code. To start the database, navigate to Start > Programs > Sun Microsystems > Application Server PE 9 > Start Java DB, as shown in figure E.10. The Derby database will start in a command-line window. After the database starts, you ll see a screen similar to the one in figure E.11. By default, the Derby database is started in the background. You can safely close the command window by pressing the Enter key at the prompt.
Now that both GlassFish and the Derby database are up and running, you are ready to install and run the ActionBazaar application.
Running the application server and database
Figure E.10 Select Start > Programs > Sun Microsystems > Application Server PE 9 > Start Java DB.
Figure E.11
The Derby DB startup command-line interface
APPENDIX E
Installing and configuring the Java EE 5 SDK
E.3 Installing and running ActionBazaar
As you ve seen, you can install and configure an application from the console. To make things a little easier on you, we are going to take a slightly simpler route. The ActionBazaar source code comes with Ant build scripts to deploy the application. If you are unfamiliar with Apache Ant, you may read up on it at http:// ant.apache.org. Ant is a way of automating common project configuration and deployment tasks that you would typically perform manually. Feel free to explore the XML Ant scripts we have supplied.
The first step to installing the application is to download the source code bundle from http://manning.com/panda/. The source file bundle is named codeexamples-javaeesdk.zip. Unzip the source into any directory, such as c:\ejb_3_in_action\code_examples. We assume that you will be using the Derby database shipped with GlassFish, so the data sources in the Ant setup script are for Derby. However, you could use any other database, such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, or the free Oracle XE (www.oracle.com/technology/products/database/xe/index. html) database. You ll simply need to make the appropriate changes to the Ant tasks. If you plan to use a database other than Derby, don t forget to copy the JDBC driver to the %RI_HOME%\lib directory and restart RI server. For example, if you want to use the Oracle XE database, then copy the ojdbc14.jar JDBC driver to the server library directory. Edit the common.xml file in the code examples directory root and change the admin password for GlassFish. If you are using a database other than Derby, you ll need to change the jdbc.url and other database information in the build.xml file in the code examples root. Open a command window. Type in the following:
Where GlassFish is installed set J2EE_HOME=C:\Sun\SDK set JAVA_HOME=C:\Program Files\java\jdk1.5 Where JDK is installed cd C:\ejb_3_in_action\code_examples ant
This will prepare data sources and JMS resources necessary for the database. The output of the Ant task is shown in figure E.12. If you re using another database, such as Oracle XE, then you can configure the Java EE SDK (or reference implementation) server by typing
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