How to install WebSphere Application Server on Linux

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IBM Installation Manager is used to install WebSphere Application Server. If you have not installed IBM Installation Manager, follow the directions in the article on how to install IBM Installation Manager. You will also need to add a repository to Installation Manager that contains WebSphere Application Server.


Command Line

View the installed packages. In this example, WebSphere Application Server is not installed.

~]# /opt/IBM/InstallationManager/eclipse/tools/imcl listInstalledPackages
com.ibm.cic.agent_<version>
com.ibm.java.jdk_<version>

 

More TBD . . .

 


GUI

Launch IBM Installation Manager.

~]# /opt/IBM/InstallationManager/eclipse/launcher

 

Select Install.

 

Check IBM WebSphere Application Server for Developers (ILAN) and select Next.

 

Select the packages you want to install and select Next.

 

Check I accept the terms in the license agreement and select Next.

 

Select Next.

 

Select Next.

 

Select Next.

 

Select Next.

 

Select Install.

 

After installation, ensure Profile Management Tool to create profile is selected and click Finish. Then, create a new profile.

 

The version info command can be used to verify that the application server was successfully installed.

~]# /opt/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer/bin/versionInfo.sh
. . .
Installed Product
---------------------------------------------------
Name              IBM WebSphere Application Server
Version           9.0.0.5
ID                Base
. . .

 

 



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