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EA Studio Instal Questions ...

3 posts in General Discussion (old) Last posting was on 2000-03-20 17:03:38.0Z
Don Harshman Posted on 2000-03-18 22:57:22.0Z
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I've just acquired EA Studio 3.0. I'm an old hand at PB ENT 4, 5, 6.5 but
this is pretty much a whole new ballgame.

Believe it or not, where I'm stuck is on the installation, preventing me
from getting to all the fun questions that I'm sure are just on the horizon.

Here's what I've got:

1. Development PC: 400Mhz, 128MB RAM, Mucho Gigs of HD, NT Workstation 4.0
SP 4

2. Server: 400Mhz, 192MB RAM, Mucho Gigs of HD, NT Server 4.0 SP4
(acquired recently just for EA Studio purposes)

Then, of course, I have the installation instructions for EA Studio. Which
do quite well at describing WHAT to install, but not so good at WHERE to
install it all.

From all my hacking I've come up with the following, but I ain't sure it is
correct (and I'd really prefer not to have to install and uninstall and
re-install and re-uninstall ... a zillion times to get it right):

1. Development PC: Sybase Central, PowerSite Client (with Security Admin),
Jaguar Client, ODBC 3.5, PB 7.0Ent, AppModeler.

2. Server Side: Adaptive Server Anywhere, Sybase Central, jConnect,
PowerDynamo, Sun's JDK (and by the way I have an upgrade for this to 1.3,
can I lay it on top of 1.1?), PowerSite Server (with Sec Admin), Jaguar,
Application Integrator.

I've been ALL OVER the Sybase website looking for recommended architectures
for development/server setups such as mine (or such as anything other than
dumping everything on one PC), I've tracked down every article I could find
from the magazine pages, I've done searches, I've spent $200 on new
PB/Jaguar books, etc., etc. ... But not one of them will suggest an
architecture. (The Jag book only talks about Jag CTS assuming you know all
about the rest. The PB books only talk about PB assuming you know all the
rest. And so on ...)

Does anyone out there have a workable recommendation for how and WHERE to
install all these goodies?

Thanks in advance,

Don Harshman
e-mail: dpharshman@compuserve.com
or: don.harshman@disney.com


Scott McReynolds [Sybase] Posted on 2000-03-20 17:03:38.0Z
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Don,

Here is what I see at customer sites from time to time.

On the development PCs then install PB, PowerJ, PowerSite, Jaguar Manager

On the production machine EAServer (jaguar, PowerDynamo), ASA, JDK, JConnect

Now realize that if you are going to be creating Java jaguar components then
you will want to install Jconnect and JDK on the development PC as well.

Hope this helps.
Scott

"Don Harshman" <dpharshman@compuserve.com> wrote in message
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> I've just acquired EA Studio 3.0. I'm an old hand at PB ENT 4, 5, 6.5 but
> this is pretty much a whole new ballgame.
>
> Believe it or not, where I'm stuck is on the installation, preventing me
> from getting to all the fun questions that I'm sure are just on the
horizon.
>
> Here's what I've got:
>
> 1. Development PC: 400Mhz, 128MB RAM, Mucho Gigs of HD, NT Workstation
4.0
> SP 4
>
> 2. Server: 400Mhz, 192MB RAM, Mucho Gigs of HD, NT Server 4.0 SP4
> (acquired recently just for EA Studio purposes)
>
> Then, of course, I have the installation instructions for EA Studio.
Which
> do quite well at describing WHAT to install, but not so good at WHERE to
> install it all.
>
> From all my hacking I've come up with the following, but I ain't sure it
is
> correct (and I'd really prefer not to have to install and uninstall and
> re-install and re-uninstall ... a zillion times to get it right):
>
> 1. Development PC: Sybase Central, PowerSite Client (with Security
Admin),
> Jaguar Client, ODBC 3.5, PB 7.0Ent, AppModeler.
>
> 2. Server Side: Adaptive Server Anywhere, Sybase Central, jConnect,
> PowerDynamo, Sun's JDK (and by the way I have an upgrade for this to 1.3,
> can I lay it on top of 1.1?), PowerSite Server (with Sec Admin), Jaguar,
> Application Integrator.
>
> I've been ALL OVER the Sybase website looking for recommended
architectures
> for development/server setups such as mine (or such as anything other than
> dumping everything on one PC), I've tracked down every article I could
find
> from the magazine pages, I've done searches, I've spent $200 on new
> PB/Jaguar books, etc., etc. ... But not one of them will suggest an
> architecture. (The Jag book only talks about Jag CTS assuming you know
all
> about the rest. The PB books only talk about PB assuming you know all the
> rest. And so on ...)
>
> Does anyone out there have a workable recommendation for how and WHERE to
> install all these goodies?
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Don Harshman
> e-mail: dpharshman@compuserve.com
> or: don.harshman@disney.com
>
>
>


Adam Simmonds Posted on 2000-03-19 04:04:50.0Z
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Hi Don,

I am no expert on this, but I thought the whole point of EAS was the fact that
there are any number of possible solutions due to the scalability opportunities
on offer.

We have a basic vanilla setup for development/user testing and a totally
different setup for production. The development environment software sits all on
one machine with powerdynamo, jaguar, powerbuilder and the web server. This
works quite fine for a development environment.

In production we have jaguar on two dual pentium machines that are clustered to
provide load balancing and then another machine houses the web server and power
dynamo ( which I think have to be together ).

So its up to you really, and your budget <g>

Rgds
Adam

Don Harshman wrote:

> I've just acquired EA Studio 3.0. I'm an old hand at PB ENT 4, 5, 6.5 but
> this is pretty much a whole new ballgame.
>
> Believe it or not, where I'm stuck is on the installation, preventing me
> from getting to all the fun questions that I'm sure are just on the horizon.
>
> Here's what I've got:
>
> 1. Development PC: 400Mhz, 128MB RAM, Mucho Gigs of HD, NT Workstation 4.0
> SP 4
>
> 2. Server: 400Mhz, 192MB RAM, Mucho Gigs of HD, NT Server 4.0 SP4
> (acquired recently just for EA Studio purposes)
>
> Then, of course, I have the installation instructions for EA Studio. Which
> do quite well at describing WHAT to install, but not so good at WHERE to
> install it all.
>
> From all my hacking I've come up with the following, but I ain't sure it is
> correct (and I'd really prefer not to have to install and uninstall and
> re-install and re-uninstall ... a zillion times to get it right):
>
> 1. Development PC: Sybase Central, PowerSite Client (with Security Admin),
> Jaguar Client, ODBC 3.5, PB 7.0Ent, AppModeler.
>
> 2. Server Side: Adaptive Server Anywhere, Sybase Central, jConnect,
> PowerDynamo, Sun's JDK (and by the way I have an upgrade for this to 1.3,
> can I lay it on top of 1.1?), PowerSite Server (with Sec Admin), Jaguar,
> Application Integrator.
>
> I've been ALL OVER the Sybase website looking for recommended architectures
> for development/server setups such as mine (or such as anything other than
> dumping everything on one PC), I've tracked down every article I could find
> from the magazine pages, I've done searches, I've spent $200 on new
> PB/Jaguar books, etc., etc. ... But not one of them will suggest an
> architecture. (The Jag book only talks about Jag CTS assuming you know all
> about the rest. The PB books only talk about PB assuming you know all the
> rest. And so on ...)
>
> Does anyone out there have a workable recommendation for how and WHERE to
> install all these goodies?
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Don Harshman
> e-mail: dpharshman@compuserve.com
> or: don.harshman@disney.com