For BDJX 7.1:
- Make sure you are using one of the patched BDJX 7.1 installers found here:
(or a newer installer if one is available).
- Create a file named
installer.properties and place it right next to the installer executable on your hard-drive.
- populate that file with (for example) the following details:
BlueDragon_license=put your license key here
It is only used when BD_Do_adapter=true
Note that AWS which corresponds to Apache 1.3.x is not supported by BDJX 7.1.
Also, BD_Instance & BD_User are not needed by BDJX 7.1.
They can be there or not, it makes no difference.
|Valid Values ||Mapped External Webserver|
|AP2 ||Apache 2.2.x |
|Apache22 ||Apache 2.2.x |
|AW2 ||Apache 2.0.x |
|Apache20 ||Apache 2.0.x |
|IIS ||IIS |
Then simply invoke the installer as usual. It will detect the
installer.properties file there and use it to perform a silent installation.