This section provides information about the different installation modes that Talend Installer and Talend Studio Installer can run in.
Note also that, once Talend Installer has completed the installation of the products, a directory (called Talend by default) is created with sub-folders for each Talend product.
The following installation modes are available:
- Graphical mode: allows full interactivity through a graphical user interface.
- Text mode: provides full interactivity with users in the
command line. It is equivalent to any GUI mode but the pages are displayed in text
mode in a console.
Example of text mode where the user enters the
--mode textoption from the command line:
<TalendInstallerDirectory> ./<TalendInstallerFileName-linux64-installer.run> --mode textNote: This installation mode is only available on Unix platforms. It is automatically used if no graphical mode is available but it also can be forced using the
- Unattended mode: is especially useful for automating the
installation processes. This silent mode will perform an unattended installation
that will not prompt the user for any information.
For more information about the available options of the unattended mode, see Talend Installer and Talend Studio Installer Unattended mode available options.
To perform an Unattended installation, write a simple
.txt script in which you will
define the options values.
ExampleIn the following example, the script details the silent installation of the server installation mode:Tip: For a complete list of values, use the help command.
The installation directory created is called Talend and the license file used is located in the /home/user/Talend_install_files directory.
You can also create a script for a custom installation mode. In this case, specify in your script the products and modules to install as well as the configuration information of these products. For example, the
enable-componentsparameter allows you to do a comma-separated list of these products, while the
tacPortparameter allows you to specify the port to use for Talend Administration Center.
Launch the silent installation using the
--optionfile <filename>command, where
<filename>is the name of the script which contains the list of pairs
<key>=<value>.To install Talend products as services using the Installer, you must run the application as Administrator or disable User Account Control. For more information on these installation modes, see the Bitrock documentation.