Installing and configuring Tomcat with RPM - 7.3

Talend Installation Guide for Linux

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Installation and Upgrade

You can use the talend-tomcat RPM to install Tomcat on any RPM-based system supported by Talend and compatible with systemd, such as RHEL or Rocky Linux.

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For the full list of supported systems, see Supported Third-Party System/Database/Business Application Versions.

Note: This document details how to install Tomcat using the RPM provided by Talend. If you already have a custom installation of Tomcat that is ready to be used, you are not required to install this RPM.

Each Talend application relying on Tomcat requires a distinct Tomcat with different settings. The Tomcat RPM package provided by Talend cannot be installed more than once in parallel. For that reason, it must be used as a master Tomcat, using the shared mode, when installing the following modules with RPM: Talend Administration Center, Talend Identity and Access Management, Talend MDM and Talend Data Stewardship.

For example, refer to the Talend Administration Center RPM configuration parameters section to get more details on RPM parameters and on the available modes.