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How to use jBEAM and Quickstart

In this section we want to share some information for setup jBEAM and Quickstart.

Using Quickstart technology, jBEAM is installed on an application server. In this case the directory structure is:

jBEAM - directory
  -jBEAM_Customer_Version.jar
  -Quickstart.jar
  -jBEAM_Quickstart.jnlp
  -<dir>lib
  -<dir>ressources
             -<dir>quickstart
                         -jBEAM.run
                         -jBEAM.gif

The user needs only a link to the jBEAM_Quickstart.jnlp-file to start jBEAM by Quickstart. Inside the “lib”-directory, help files and external libraries. All files inside has to be signated.

First adapt the settings in “jBEAM_Quickstart.jnlp” to your network paths. The following lines has to be adapted

<jnlp codebase=http://webstart.amsonline.biz/ href="jBEAM_Quickstart.jnlp">

<property name="jnlp.quickstart.run" value="http://webstart.amsonline.biz/enterprise/resources/quickstart/jBEAM.run" />

and <argument>parameters=http://webstart.amsonline.biz/enterprise/resources/quickstart/jBEAM.run</argument>.

Second adapt the codebase in jBEAM.run: codebase=http://webstart.amsonline.biz/webstart.

If you use jBEAM with a license server, you have to adapt the address and port of this server in application arguments:
 arg=-LicenseServer=localhost:4331

Further the jBEAM.run offers you the possibility, to adapt the accessable memory for the virtual machine:

vmarg=-Xmx1300m.

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