After you have prepared your environment for installation, please complete the following steps to install the .
1. Install OpenJDK
You must install a supported version of OpenJDK on the .
By default, the
2. Install Dependencies
Install dependencies with Internet access for CentOS or RHEL:
Use the following to add the hosted package repository for CentOS/RHEL, which will automatically install the proper packages for your environment. These steps also install the proper version of PostgreSQL and the .
Install dependencies with Internet access for Ubuntu:
Use the following to add the hosted package repository for Ubuntu, which will automatically install the proper packages for your environment.
Then, execute the following command:
For CentOS or RHEL:
Install the package with yum, using root:
Install the package with apt, using root:
The previous line may return an error message, which you may ignore. Continue with the following command:
The product is installed in the following directory:
4. Install License Key
Please install the license key provided to you by into the following directory:
For more information, see License Key.
5. Store install packages
For safekeeping, you should retain all install packages that have been installed with this .
6. Install databases
Use the following commands to install the in a local instance of PostgreSQL.
7. Configure databases
For more information, see Configure the Databases.
If needed, you can change the default database port. See Change Database Port.