Already answered by hina, I am just re-pasting that Depending upon the
supported application server, database and JDK versions in LiveCycle ES4
you can decide how you want to upgrade.The link @
lists all the supported versions of application server, database and
JDK.for ES SP1 LiveCycle Help | What's New in LiveCycle ES4 Service Pack
1 Once you have decided on your target environment, you might choose to
stay on the sam...
Hi g5spark,Yes, in case you choose to upgrade, you'll have a downtime.
The downtime is required to take a consistent backup of the data
associated with your current LiveCycle system.This data will be used
during the upgrade process, hence, you must have a copy of it and it is
also required in the event you encounter an unexpected failure during
upgrade.However, this is the ONLY downtime required.In a LiveCycle
cluster, the global document storage (GDS) directory contents and the
database is shar...
Hi Albert,You can try exploring the partial turnkey option for JBoss. It
provides you a Windows service for your JBoss application server and
also helps you configure databases other than MySQL through LiveCycle
Configuration Manager. It is very similar to a pure JBoss Turnkey
I guess the problem is with Jboss and its jar's deployed(to deploy
folder).Should it allow login to lcds admin panel after successfull
deployment independent ofLCM.If it should be,there i have stuck-up.I
have tried increasing JVM options in jboss in run.bat "set
JAVA_HEAP_ARGS=-XX:PermSize=512m -XX:MaxPermSize=512m -Xms1024m
-Xmx1024m"I had a successfull attempt with Turnkey but i don't know
what's happening to this.Continue to reply...