The administration tools require a specific directory structure. You are free to put the directory tree in any directory, on any drive. Throughout the following discussion, c:\sa12 is used as the example installation folder. The software must be installed into a directory tree structure having the following layout:
|sa12||The root folder. While the following steps assume you are installing into c:\sa12, you are free to put the directory anywhere (for example, C:\Program Files\SQLAny12).|
|sa12\Java||Holds Java program JAR files.|
|sa12\Bin32||Holds the native 32-bit Windows components used by the program, including the programs that launch the applications.|
|sa12\Bin64||Holds the native 64-bit Windows components used by the program, including the programs that launch the applications.|
|sa12\Sun\JavaHelp-2_0||The JavaHelp runtime library.|
|sa12\Sun\jre160_x86||The 32-bit Java Runtime Environment.|
|sa12\Sun\jre160_x64||The 64-bit Java Runtime Environment.|
The following tables list the files required for each of the administration tools and the Sybase Central plug-ins. Make a list of the files you need, and then copy them into the directory structure outlined above.
The tables show files with the folder designation BinXX. There are 32-bit and 64-bit versions of these files, in the Bin32 and Bin64 folders respectively. If you are installing 32-bit and 64-bit administration tools, then you must install both sets of files in their respective folders.
The tables show files with the designation [LL]. There are several message files each supporting a different language. If you want to install support for different languages, you have to add the resource files for these languages. For more information, see International message and context-sensitive help files.
The administration tools require JRE 1.6.0. You should not substitute a later patch version of the JRE unless you have a specific need to do so.
If you are deploying 32-bit administration tools, then copy the 32-bit version of the JRE files from the %SQLANY12%\Sun\jre160_x86 directory. Copy the entire jre160_x86 tree, including subdirectories.
If you are deploying 64-bit administration tools, then copy the 64-bit version of the JRE files from the %SQLANY12%\Sun\jre160_x64 directory. Copy the entire jre160_x64 tree, including subdirectories.
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