A silent installation is an installation procedure that continues without user interaction. It requires no user intervention from start to finish. This installation is performed using a user-modifiable response file, which enables you to easily duplicate the installation on many computer systems.
|USER_INSTALL_DIR||Install directory for cAPI.|
|ADMIN_PORT||Admin Port: cAPI admin port.|
|LISTENER_PORT||Listener Port: cAPI client port, where cAPI listens incoming request.|
VIDM Host Name.
|VIDM_IP_ADDRESS||VIDM IP Address (example: 127.0.0.1)|
Choose the protocol for communication.
For https communication ensure that "esdb.crt" certificate is available on "/opt/ssl".
For https set ES_PROTO to "https".
For http set ES_PROTO to "http".
Elastic Search IP Address.
For Elastic search cluster, please use the comma separated IP/fqdn/hostname in the format:
|ES_USER_NAME||Elastic Search User Name.|
|ES_PASSWORD||Elastic Search Password.|
|EVENTSTORE_IP_ADDRESS||EventStore IP Address.|
|CLIENT_ID|| Client ID.
Note: Client registration configuration. ClientID and Secret is onetime configuration of an Oauth2 client that supports password grant on vIDM.
Copy the sample configuration file from the distribution cAPI-installer.properties to a directory on the server where you are installing cAPI.
Use any editor (vi/vim) to modify this file.
- Define each of the properties in this file, according to Table - Variables Property and Description.
- Save the changes to the file.
- Log in to the server as root.
- Type bash cAPI-install.bin –f <response file location> -i silent and press Enter.
Note: Any user interaction is not required for this installer. Once it completes, a message displays indicating that installation is completed, and you are returned to the shell prompt. If the installer is unable to complete the installation, an error message is saved in the [Product directory]/cAPI_logs.