This chapter gives you additional information needed when installing Server Express. The installation instructions are in your CD Insert.
After you install Server Express, you are asked to set the following environment variables:
For information on these environment variables, see the appendix Micro Focus Environment Variables in your Server Express User's Guide.
The method of installation depends on what UNIX system you have. See your CD Insert for details.
After you have installed the system, we recommend you work through the section Verifying the Installation.
As a quick check that you have installed the system correctly, start Server Express and check that it displays its main menu. Enter the following at the operating system prompt:
If the system is working, the main menu appears, as in Figure 2-1.
Figure 2-1: The Server Express Development Environment Screen
Since you are simply checking that the system is installed, press Escape to return to the operating system prompt. Server Express asks you to confirm that you want to exit; reply Y.
If problems occur with your installation, this could be because:
To Fix: Make an exact note of any error messages, contact Product Support and arrange to return the CD.
To Fix: Ensure the Development System is in a different directory to Application Server. Re-install in a different directory if necessary.
To Fix: Read your License Management Facility Administrator's Guide and ensure any requisite licenses are installed.
If you have any other problems with the installation, you should contact Product Support.
Your Server Express software is supplied configured to run on your machine. Details on how you can change the default configuration and control various machine-independent features, such as the message texts output by the Server Express system, are given in your Server Express User's Guide. However, we recommend that only users with system administrator status should alter the default configuration.
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