Installing and running the Provisioning Service - 7.1

Talend ESB Infrastructure Services Configuration Guide

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7.1
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Talend Data Fabric
Talend Data Services Platform
Talend ESB
Talend MDM Platform
Talend Open Studio for ESB
Talend Real-Time Big Data Platform
EnrichPlatform
Talend ESB
Talend Runtime
task
Design and Development
Installation and Upgrade

About this task

By default, the Provisioning Service is embedded as an OSGi feature in the Talend Runtime Container, so to install it you just need to configure and start it into the container:

Procedure

  1. Start the container:
    • container/bin/trun.bat for Windows,

    • container/bin/trun for Linux.

  2. Start the Provisioning Service.
    If you started all the Talend Infrastructure Services via the tesb:start-all command, the Provisioning Service (server and agent) will be started automatically as well.
    To only start the Provisioning Service, use the following commands:
    • tesb:start-provision-server

      To start the Provision server that is used to manage profiles, features, resources, and placeholders.

    • tesb:start-provision-agent

      To start the Provision agent, used by clients to apply the available profiles.

  3. To check that the bundles have been correctly installed on the container, type the following command:
    list | grep Provisioning
    The following bundles will be listed:
    269 | Active   |  80 |  | Talend ESB Provisioning :: Common
    270 | Active   |  80 |  | Talend ESB Provisioning :: Server :: Core
    275 | Active   |  80 |  | Talend ESB Provisioning :: Agent
    276 | Active   |  80 |  | Talend ESB Provisioning :: Agent :: Commands
    271 | Active   |  80 |  | Talend ESB Provisioning :: Server :: Commands
    272 | Active   |  80 |  | Talend ESB Provisioning :: Server :: Admin REST Service
    273 | Active   |  80 |  | Talend ESB Provisioning :: Server :: Lookup REST Service
    273 | Active   |  80 |  | Talend ESB Provisioning :: Server :: Lookup REST Service :: Client