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WSO2 Carbon and any WSO2 product can be run as a Windows service. It is also possible to install and run multiple WSO2 products as Windows services simultaneously. See the following topics for instructions:

Prerequisites

  • Be sure your system meets the Installation Prerequisites. Java Development Kit (JDK) is essential to run the product.
  • Download and install a service wrapper library to use for running your WSO2 product as a Windows service. WSO2 recommends Yet Another Java Service Wrapper (YAJSW), and several WSO2 products provide a default wrapper.conf file in their <PRODUCT_HOME>/bin/yajsw/ directory.

Installing a single product as a Windows service

Given below are the steps for installing a single WSO2 server as a windows service.

  1. Setting up the YAJSW wrapper: The configuration file used for wrapping Java Applications by YAJSW is wrapper.conf, which is located in the <YAJSW_HOME>/conf/ directory and in the <PRODUCT_HOME>/bin/yajsw/ directory of many WSO2 products. Following is the minimal wrapper.conf configuration for running a WSO2 product as a Windows service. Open your wrapper.conf file, set its properties as follows, and save it in the <YAJSW_HOME>/conf/ directory.

     Sample wrapper.conf file
    Minimal wrapper.conf configuration
    #********************************************************************
    # working directory
    #********************************************************************
    wrapper.working.dir=${carbon_home}\\
    # Java Main class.  
    # YAJSW: default is "org.rzo.yajsw.app.WrapperJVMMain" 
    # DO NOT SET THIS PROPERTY UNLESS YOU HAVE YOUR OWN IMPLEMENTATION
    # wrapper.java.mainclass=
    #********************************************************************
    # tmp folder
    # yajsw creates temporary files named in_.. out_.. err_.. jna..
    # per default these are placed in jna.tmpdir.
    # jna.tmpdir is set in setenv batch file to <yajsw>/tmp
    #********************************************************************
    wrapper.tmp.path = ${jna_tmpdir}
    #********************************************************************
    # Application main class or native executable
    # One of the following properties MUST be defined
    #********************************************************************
    # Java Application main class
    wrapper.java.app.mainclass=org.wso2.carbon.bootstrap.Bootstrap
    # Log Level for console output.  (See docs for log levels)
    wrapper.console.loglevel=INFO
    # Log file to use for wrapper output logging.
    wrapper.logfile=${wrapper_home}\/log\/wrapper.log
    # Format of output for the log file.  (See docs for formats)
    #wrapper.logfile.format=LPTM
    # Log Level for log file output.  (See docs for log levels)
    #wrapper.logfile.loglevel=INFO
    # Maximum size that the log file will be allowed to grow to before
    #  the log is rolled. Size is specified in bytes.  The default value
    #  of 0, disables log rolling by size.  May abbreviate with the 'k' (kB) or
    #  'm' (mB) suffix.  For example: 10m = 10 megabytes.
    # If wrapper.logfile does not contain the string ROLLNUM it will be automatically added as suffix of the file name
    wrapper.logfile.maxsize=10m
    # Maximum number of rolled log files which will be allowed before old
    #  files are deleted.  The default value of 0 implies no limit.
    wrapper.logfile.maxfiles=10
    # Title to use when running as a console
    wrapper.console.title="WSO2 Carbon"
    #********************************************************************
    # Wrapper Windows Service and Posix Daemon Properties
    #********************************************************************
    # Name of the service
    wrapper.ntservice.name="WSO2CARBON"
    # Display name of the service
    wrapper.ntservice.displayname="WSO2 Carbon"
    # Description of the service
    wrapper.ntservice.description="Carbon Kernel"
    #********************************************************************
    # Wrapper System Tray Properties
    #********************************************************************
    # enable system tray
    wrapper.tray = true
    # TCP/IP port. If none is defined multicast discovery is used to find the port
    # Set the port in case multicast is not possible.
    wrapper.tray.port = 15002
    #********************************************************************
    # Exit Code Properties
    # Restart on non zero exit code
    #********************************************************************
    wrapper.on_exit.0=SHUTDOWN
    wrapper.on_exit.default=RESTART
    #********************************************************************
    # Trigger actions on console output
    #********************************************************************
    # On Exception show message in system tray
    wrapper.filter.trigger.0=Exception
    wrapper.filter.script.0=scripts\/trayMessage.gv
    wrapper.filter.script.0.args=Exception
    #********************************************************************
    # genConfig: further Properties generated by genConfig
    #********************************************************************
    placeHolderSoGenPropsComeHere=
    wrapper.java.command = ${java_home}\\bin\\java
    wrapper.java.classpath.1 = ${java_home}\\lib\\tools.jar
    wrapper.java.classpath.2 = ${carbon_home}\\bin\\*.jar
    wrapper.app.parameter.1 = org.wso2.carbon.bootstrap.Bootstrap
    wrapper.app.parameter.2 = RUN
    wrapper.java.additional.1 = -Xbootclasspath\/a:${carbon_home}\\lib\\xboot\\*.jar
    wrapper.java.additional.2 = -Xms256m
    wrapper.java.additional.3 = -Xmx1024m
    wrapper.java.additional.4 = -XX:MaxPermSize=256m
    wrapper.java.additional.5 = -XX:+HeapDumpOnOutOfMemoryError
    wrapper.java.additional.6 = -XX:HeapDumpPath=${carbon_home}\\repository\\logs\\heap-dump.hprof
    wrapper.java.additional.7 = -Dcom.sun.management.jmxremote
    wrapper.java.additional.8 = -Djava.endorsed.dirs=${carbon_home}\\lib\\endorsed;${java_home}\\jre\\lib\\endorsed
    wrapper.java.additional.9 = -Dcarbon.registry.root=\/
    wrapper.java.additional.10 = -Dcarbon.home=${carbon_home}
    wrapper.java.additional.11 = -Dwso2.server.standalone=true
    wrapper.java.additional.12 = -Djava.command=${java_home}\\bin\\java
    wrapper.java.additional.13 = -Djava.io.tmpdir=${carbon_home}\\tmp
    wrapper.java.additional.14 = -Dcatalina.base=${carbon_home}\\lib\\tomcat 
    wrapper.java.additional.15 = -Djava.util.logging.config.file=${carbon_home}\\repository\\conf\\log4j.properties
    wrapper.java.additional.16 = -Dcarbon.config.dir.path=${carbon_home}\\repository\\conf 
    wrapper.java.additional.17 = -Dcarbon.logs.path=${carbon_home}\\repository\\logs 
    wrapper.java.additional.18 = -Dcomponents.repo=${carbon_home}\\repository\\components\\plugins
    wrapper.java.additional.19 = -Dconf.location=${carbon_home}\\repository\\conf 
    wrapper.java.additional.20 = -Dcom.atomikos.icatch.file=${carbon_home}\\lib\\transactions.properties
    wrapper.java.additional.21 = -Dcom.atomikos.icatch.hide_init_file_path=true 
    wrapper.java.additional.22 = -Dorg.apache.jasper.runtime.BodyContentImpl.LIMIT_BUFFER=true 
    wrapper.java.additional.23 = -Dcom.sun.jndi.ldap.connect.pool.authentication=simple
    wrapper.java.additional.24 = -Dcom.sun.jndi.ldap.connect.pool.timeout=3000 
    wrapper.java.additional.25 = -Dorg.terracotta.quartz.skipUpdateCheck=true 

    If you want to set additional properties from an external registry at runtime, store sensitive information like usernames and passwords for connecting to the registry in a properties file and secure it with secure vault.

  2. Setting up Carbon Home: Extract the Carbon-based product that you want to run as a Windows service, and then set the Windows environment variable CARBON_HOME to the extracted product directory location. For example, if you want to run ESB 4.5.0 as a Windows service, you would set CARBON_HOME to the extracted wso2esb-4.5.0 directory.

  3. Test the service in console mode: You can verify that YAJSW is configured correctly for running the Carbon-based product as a Windows service.
    1. Open a Windows command prompt and execute the runConsole.bat script from the <YAJSW_HOME>/bat/ directory as shown below.

      cd C:\DocumentsandSettings\yajsw_home\bat\runConsole.bat

      If the configurations are set properly for YAJSW, you will see console output similar to the following:

    2. You can now access the management console from your web browser via https://localhost:9443/carbon.

  4. Install and run the product as a service: Execute the relevant script as explained below.
    1. First, install the WSO2 product as a Windows service, by executing the following command in the <YAJSW_HOME>/bat/ directory:

      installService.bat

      The console will display a message confirming that the WSO2CARBON service was installed:

    2. Start the service by executing the following command in the same console window:

      startService.bat

      The console will display a message confirming that the WSO2CARBON service was started:

  5. Stop and uninstall service: Execute the relevant scripts as shown below.
    1. To stop the service, execute the following command in the same console window:

      stopService.bat

      The console will display a message confirming that the WSO2CARBON service has stopped:

    2. To uninstall the service, execute the following command in the same console window:

      uninstallService.bat

      The console will display a message confirming that the WSO2CARBON service was removed:

Installing multiple products as Windows services

The following instructions explain how to install multiple WSO2 servers in a single computer. In this scenario, you simple have to maintain separate YAJSW configuration files for each product. For example, consider that you need to install WSO2 ESB and WSO2 DSS as Windows services and follow the instructions given below.

  1. Download and unzip WSO2 ESB and WSO2 DSS.
  2. Download and unzip yajsw.
  3. Create two directories 'esb_service' and 'dss_service'.
  4. Copy the <YAJSW_HOME> directory to 'esb_service' and 'dss_service' separately. Now you will have two separate yajsw directories for the two products.
  5. Now, update the wrapper.conf file for each of the products, which is stored in the esb_service/<ESB_YAJSW_HOME>/conf/ and dss_service/<DSS_YAJSW_HOME>/conf/ directories. You simply have to replace carbon_home with esb_home and dss_home respectively.

  6. Copy the <ESB_HOME> directory to 'esb_service' and the <DSS_HOME> directory to 'dss_service'.
  7. Set port offset for DSS to '1' in the <DSS_HOME>/repository/conf/carbon.xml file. This will ensure that the DSS service will run on https port 9444 (default 9443 + 1). WSO2 ESB will be running on the default port 9443.
  8. Set the ESB_HOME, DSS_HOME and JAVA_HOME environment variables, which points to the extracted folders of each service.
  9. Now, update the wrapper.conf file for each of the products, which is stored in the esb_service/<ESB_YAJSW_HOME>/conf/ and dss_service/<DSS_YAJSW_HOME>/conf/ directories. You simply have to replace carbon_home with esb_home and dss_home respectively.

  10. Navigate to the esb_service/<ESB_YAJSW_HOME>/bin directory and execute the scripts as shown below.
    1. Run installService.bat to install the Windows service.
    2. Run startService.bat to start the service.
  11. Do the same above for the 'dss_service' as well.
  12. Right click on My Computer -> Manage. Then click Services and Applications -> Services. You can see both ESB and DSS services running. 

    You can stop or restart the services from the UI as shown in the diagram above. 
    Alternatively, you can go to the /<YAJSW_HOME>/bin directory for each product and execute the stopService.bat and uninstallService.bat  scripts to stop and uninstall Windows services.

  13. You can now open the management consoles of the two products with the following urls:

    • For ESB: https://localhost:9443/carbon.
    • For DSS: https://localhost:9444/carbon.
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