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Creating an Options.txt file for installing Atrium Integrator using silent mode

Before running the silent installer, you need to create the Options.txt file to specify the installation parameters that will be used by the silent installer. Use the AtriumIntegrator-ini-template.txt file as a reference while creating the Options.txt file.

To create the Options.txt file, see the following topics:

To create an Options.txt file

  1. Create a text file called Options.txt
  2. Update the Options.txt file based on the AtriumIntegrator-ini-template.txt file available at the following location:
    <Atrium Integrator Install directory>/AtriumIntegratorServer/Disk1/utility
    See,#Options for the Options.txt file.
    1. Set installer properties for the features that you are installing. 
    2. Update the feature parameters information as specified in the planning spreadsheet.

      Note

      Remove the comment (#) markers before the saving the Options.txt file. 

    3. Save the file.

AtriumIntegrator-ini-template.txt file snippet

 The following is a snippet of the AtriumIntegrator-ini-template.txt file which, you must use to create the Options.txt file


################################################################################
# Options File
#
# Product Name: BMC AtriumIntegrator
# Product Version: 8.1.00
#
# To invoke the installer in silent mode with an options file:
#   setup -i silent -DOPTIONS_FILE=Options.txt
################################################################################

################################################################################
# Available Features
#
# These are the features that correspond to the feature selection tree.
# To have the same behavior as checking a given feature in the visual
# selection tree, add a line to the options file
#    -A featureName
# for each feature where "featureName" is the name of the feature to select.
#
# --featureAInt
#  |--featureAIntServer
#  |--featureAIntContent
#
################################################################################


################################################################################
# Product Install Location
#
# The install location of the product. Specify a valid directory into which the
# product should be installed.
#
# Default value if not set:
#   - %ProgramFiles%\\BMC Software\\AtriumIntegrator (Windows)
#   - /opt/bmc/AtriumIntegrator (UNIX)
################################################################################


#-P installLocation=<Installation Directory>

# AR user
#-J BMC_AR_USER=<AR System Admin User>

# AR password
#-J BMC_AR_PASSWORD=<AR System User Password>

# AR server ID
#-J BMC_AR_SERVER_NAME=<AR server name>

# AR port
#-J BMC_AR_PORT=<AR server name>


################################################################################
# AI related parameters
################################################################################
#-J BMC_JAVA_HOME=<path to jre home>
#-J BMC_AI_INSTALL_MODE=<FRESH/UPGRADE>


################################################################################
# Atrium Integrator Configuration Properties
################################################################################
#-A featureAIntServer
#-A featureAIntContent

Options for the Options.txt file

The following table lists the different options you need to use in the Options.txt file. For examples and detailed usage of each options, see AtriumCore-ini-template.txt file snippet.

Option

Description

-P

Sets the installation directory for a product.

-A

Specifies the features that you want to install. The product and feature names are listed at the top of the AtriumIntegrator-ini-template.txt file. To install more than one product or feature, include -A line for each.

-J

Specifies Java properties that correspond to user inputs.

  • To install Atrium Integrator in server group environment, you just must create separate Options.txt files on the primary server and then on the secondary server.
  • To use an encrypted password, use the -J BMC_AR_PASSWORD option. To encrypt your password, see Encrypting passwords using the Atrium Integrator Maintenance Tool

Where to go from here

Installing Atrium Integrator in silent mode

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