Installing Jazz is a two part process consisting of a separate server and client installation. This demo shows you how to install the Jazz server. Part 2 of this demo series shows you how to install the client. The default server configuration consists of an Apache Tomcat server running the Jazz server Web application connected to an Apache Derby relational database.
The server installation package includes everything you need, including supported versions of a Java™ Runtime Environment (JRE) for Windows® and Linux®. A working image of Tomcat containing the Jazz Web application and the Derby database libraries has been defined for you. The default installation includes an empty database.
When the client and server installations are complete you will be able to explore the Jazz team collaboration facilities, the Work Item component, and the Source Code Management (SCM) component.
Less than 10 minutes.
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Akmal has been working with database technology since 1988. He has been a regular presenter at many international conferences, including Object World, Object Technology and OOPSLA. He has also edited or co-edited eight books, including "XML Data Management" (Addison-Wesley, 2003). He holds a BSc in Computing and Information Systems, MSc in Business Systems Analysis and Design and a PhD in Computer Science. He is a Member of the British Computer Society (MBCS).