We recommend to use the Trifork Server included in the Fiona version installed. If this version causes problems, please contact our customer support to obtain a download link for a different version.
After downloading, proceed as follows to update Trifork T4 Application Server under Linux.
Stop the existing Trifork T4 server
Stop Trifork T4
rc.npsd stop trifork.
Install the new version of Trifork T4
Unpack the Trifork archive, for
trifork-4.1.23-jdk.tar.gz, into a new
directory (give it a name similar to the archive name).
Then change into this directory and execute
Now copy the file
server/license/license.txt from the
original Trifork directory to
server/license in the new installation
directory of Trifork T4.
Activate the server
configuration of all CMS Fiona instances to the new
Trifork installation. For this, correct the
installation directory of Trifork T4 in the file
Please ensure that
JAVA_HOME environment variable points
to the Java version to be used by Trifork T4 (for
that the directory
found first via the
Prior to version
6.7.0: For recent Trifork versions we recommend to use
Java 1.5. If your applications have been running under Java 1.4 and
you do not wish to change this, please also unpack the archive
server.lib.endorsed.zip into the installation
directory of the new Trifork T4 software to provide for the
libraries that are missing from Java 1.4.
From version 6.7.0: Java 1.6 is required.
Redeploying the web applications
The Trifork T4 software should be up-to-date now. As a final step the server must be restarted and the web applications need to be deployed again. For this please execute the following two commands:
instance/instanceName/bin/rc.npsd start trifork instance/instanceName/bin/rc.npsd deploy
Uninstalling the old Trifork T4 version
Uninstall the old Trifork T4 version by deleting the directory into which it was installed.