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Using Startup Files

Startup files are files named run.sh (on UNIX) or startServer.bat (on Windows), and that installation scripts create and place in the applications' directories during installation. For additional information about how to use startup files, refer to the Framework Management Layer User's Guide.

Important
You must manually modify the run.sh file created for a redundant server before you can use it to start the server. Refer to Configuring Redundant Components for more information.

Prerequisites

  • The startup parameters in the startup file are correct.
  • The required Applications that should be running for this Application to start are installed and running. See the appropriate sections in Starting Components to identify which Applications should be running for a particular Application to start.

To start the Application on UNIX, go to the directory in which the application is installed and type the following on the command line:
sh run.sh

To start the application on Windows, do one of the following:

  • Go to the directory in which the application is installed and double-click the following:
    startServer.bat
  • From the MS-DOS window, go to the directory in which the application is installed and type the following on the command line:
    startServer.bat
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