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Getting Started with Intalio|Server

Prerequisite

The Intalio|BPMS Server has the following requirements:

  • Operating system: Microsoft Windows XP or Microsoft Windows 2000 or Microsoft Windows 2003 Server or Linux or Mac OS X
  • Memory: a minimum of 512Mb of RAM available for applications
  • Disk space: a minimum of 200 MB of disk space
  • lastest JDK 1.5 or 1.6

After installing or updating Java on your computer, you may need to set an environment variable that tells Java-based software (including most Intalio software) where to find your Java libraries and tools.

If you installed the standard Java runtime environment, you will need to set the JRE_HOME environment variable to “C:\Program Files\Java\jre6” (or wherever you installed the libraries).

If you installed the Java Developer’s Kit, you will need to set the JAVA_HOME environment variable to “C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_13” (or wherever you installed the libraries).

Setting one of these variables is necessary, or you can set both for maximum compatibility with other software.

Runtime Installation

1) Download the latest Intalio|BPMS Server from the Downloads section.

2) Extract on your computer (e.g. C:\intalio-bpms). The path of the directory you extract to can not contain any spaces.

Starting Intalio|BPMS Runtime

Remember, you must have the JAVA_HOME or JRE_HOME environment variable pointing to a Java Runtime or Development Kit version for Java 5 or 6.

Port 8080 must also be available, which is a common default port for various web servers (including ours). If you need to change Intalio’s HTTP port, we provide a script to update all server files. This script is located at <IntalioServer>/extras. In the command line from that directory, run the following command (Windows users, run groovy.bat instead of groovy.sh):

groovy.sh change_http_port.groovy

The script will prompt you for any information it needs, including the port to use.

Now, execute the following commands:

cd $BPMS\\bin
startup.bat

You should see the following appear:

10:42:29,121 INFO  [Catalina] Initialization processed in 1974 ms

The runtime is ready when you see the following:

10:43:41,113 INFO  [Catalina] Server startup in 71970 ms

This command will not return. To stop the process runtime, you can close the command window or hit Ctrl-C.

Starting Intalio|BPMS Console

Execute the following commands:

1) Point your browser to http://localhost:8080/bpms-console

2) Enter login information

Defaults are:

Username: admin
Password: changeit
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