For Studio to operate properly, the minimum requirements are:
• Solaris 9 or 10, or Windows XP, 7 (32-bit and 64-bit), Server 2008, or Server 2012
• 256 MB physical RAM
• 64 MB free disk space (plus additional space for applications)
• If using Solaris, a Java Virtual Machine 1.4 or compatible
1 Download Wavelink Studio 5.1 from the Wavelink Web site, www.wavelink.com.
2 Open the InstallAnywhere Self Extractor and click run to start the installation process.
3 On the Introduction screen, click Next.
4 The License Agreement screen appears. Please read this agreement carefully. To accept the License Agreement, enable the I accept the terms of the License Agreement option and click Next.
5 The Choose Install Folder screen appears. To accept the default installation folder click Next or click Choose... in order to select a unique destination.
6 The Choose Java Virtual Machine screen appears. Select the JVM Studio should use and click Next.
• If you want to install the Java VM included with Studio, enable the Install a Java VM specifically for this application option.
• If you want to use a previously installed Java VM, enable the Choose a Java VM already installed on this system option. If you enable this option, a list of available Java VMs becomes active in the dialog box. Select a Java VM from the list. If the preferred Java VM does not appear in this list, clickSearch For Others to have the installation program search for additional Java VMs or click Choose Another to manually navigate to a different Java VM.
7 The Create product icons screen appears. Select where you want the product icons for Studio components to reside and click Next.
8 The Choose Product Features screen appears. Select the installation type and click Next.
• If you want to install all components of Studio, select the Full Install option. Select this option if this installation is for a primary installation of Studio components.
• If you want to install site-only components, select the Site Install option. Select this option if this installation is for a specific site within your enterprise.
• If you want to install only the Administrator user interface, select the Administrator Install option.
9 The Pre-Installation Summary screen appears. If the installation information is correct, click Install.
10 The Install Complete screen appears. Click Done.
Adding your first application:
The first step in adding an application to your wireless network is to add it to Studio using the Applications view. This step makes the new application available to your network so it can be assigned to one or more servers.
1 From the Administrator, click Applications.
2 Click Add.
The Adding New Application dialog box appears.
3 Type the name of the application in the Name text box.
4 Select the application type from the Type list.
Currently, Studio supports two application types: Java and Win32.
5 Select the application group from the Application Group list.
6 Select a method for determining which port the application will use from the Port list.
• If you want the application accessible from any available port, select Find Available.
• If you want the application accessible only from a specific port, select Single Port. A text box becomes enabled, which you can use to type the port number you want the application to use.
• If you want the application accessible from a range of ports, select Port Range. Two text boxes become enabled, which you can use to type the start and end port numbers for the desired range. With this option selected, mobile devices can connect to the application through any port number that falls within the specified range.
7 Type a description of the application in the Description text box.
This description appears in the Description column of the Application Distribution Manager table.
8 Type the path to the directory that contains the application in the Local Directory or Jar text box.
You can also click Browse to navigate to this directory.
9 Type the full application name in the Choose App text box.
10 If you want multiple servers to have direct access to the application, select the Relative option.
This option instructs Studio to install the application on multiple servers, using a path that is relative to the Studio directory.
If you want mobile device users to access this application from its original install directory, select the Absolute on option, and then select the system on which the application resides.
With this option, Studio accesses the application only from the system on which the application was initially installed, using the exact path specified in the Local Path text box. This option is recommended if you do not want an application distributed to multiple systems.
11 Click OK to add the application to the Application Distribution Manager table.
You can also configure advanced settings for your wireless applications by clicking Advanced. Follow the below link for more information on advanced features.