Setup Initialization Process
- WaveMaker platform requires a user; the user should have access to SSH to communicate between Platform, Studioworkspace, and AppDeployment instances, and for creating Docker containers.
- For WME setup, you can provide your own user with fine-grained access or WaveMaker will create a user called
wavemakerwith its auto-generated keys.
- If you want to provide your own user, create a user with specified prerequisites and ensure that the user has SSH access.
Running WME Installer
- After downloading and extracting the WME installer, run the bash script which is displayed at the terminal as shown in the command below.
- To Enable SSL for Platform please run following command
bash /usr/local/content/wme/wme-installer/<version>/wme-installer.sh --enable-ssl
To configure SSL for platform please refer ssl configuration for platform
When prompted, enter the interface name. For example, eth0, ens5; and confirm the IP Address.
Provide the CIDR (Classless Inter-Domain Routing) range; CIDR is a network range allocation to a particular network address; it will tell you how many network IP addresses are available in a given network.
WME Setup with Own User
For providing your own user in WME setup, follow the steps below:
- When prompted for do you want to configure your own SSH keys, select
yand provide a username and a path to the SSH key.
- With this user and key, the platform can make SSH connection to StudioWorkspace Instance and AppDeployment Instance.
WME Setpup with WaveMaker User
For WaveMaker user, follow the steps below:
- When prompted for do you want to configure your own SSH keys, select the
- Now the
wavemakeruser will use to communicate between the Platform, Studioworkspace, and AppDeployment Instances and for the container creation process.
- After successful initialization, the script will display a URL to perform the rest of the WME setup.
- Go to http://Platform-Instance-IP:8080 as directed by the above command output to do the WME setup.