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  1. Install Oracle Java SE Development Kit (JDK) version 1.8.* and set the JAVA_HOME environment variable.
  2. Open a terminal and navigate to the <EI_HOME>/bin/ directory, where <EI_HOME> is the home directory of your product distribution.
  3. Execute the relevant command from the list given below:

    Localtab Group
    Localtab
    titleOn MacOS/Linux/CentOS
    Product ProfileStartup command
    ESB profile
    sh integrator.sh
    Business Process profile
    sh business-process.sh
    Broker profile
    sh broker.sh
    Micro Integrator profile
    sh micro-integrator.sh
    MSF4J profile
    sh msf4j.sh
    Analytics profile
    sh analytics.sh

    Note: If you have installed the product using the installer, and you want to manually run the profile startup script from the /bin directory, you need to run the 'sudo launcher_<profile_name>.sh' command. This script automatically assigns the JAVA HOME of your VM to the root user of your product instance.

    Localtab
    titleOn Windows
    Product ProfileStartup command
    ESB profile
    integrator.bat
    Business Process profile
    business-process.bat
    Broker profile
    broker.bat
    Micro Integrator profile
    micro-integrator.bat
    MSF4J profile
    msf4j.bat
    Analytics profile
    analytics-worker.bat

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Follow the steps below to run the WSO2 Enterprise Integrator (EI) server via WSO2 Integration Studio.

  1. Be sure that you have installed Oracle Java SE Development Kit (JDK) version 1.8.* and set the JAVA_HOME environment variable.
  2. Open WSO2 Integration Studio and click Miscellaneous → Add Server in the Getting Started tab as shown below.

  3. In the New Server dialog that opens, select the required product version:
      
  4. Click Next and go to the New WSO2 Carbon 4.4 based server Runtime step.
  5. Click Browse for the CARBON_HOME option and select the <EI_HOME> directory (parent directory of the product binary distribution).

    Warning
    titleWarning!

    If you are running on a linux-based system (MacOS, Ubunto, or CentOS), be sure that your WSO2 EI distribution is a binary distribution downloaded from the website. If you use a product distribution that was set up using the product installer, you will require special permissions to start the product through WSO2 Integration Studio.

  6. Click Next and go to the New WSO2 Carbon 4.4 based Server step. Keep the default ports as shown below:

  7. Click Next and go to the Add and Remove step. If you have created any composite applications (in your instance of WSO2 Integration Studio) that you want to upload to your server, add them. You can also remove any unwanted applications from the server.

    Tip

    If you want to add multiple composite applications at once, select Add All.

     

  8. Click Finish. You can view the added server instance in the Servers tab.

  9. Click the Start icon in the Server tab to start the server:

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