HP Anywhere Server and IDE 10.x - differences and similarities

by Community Manager on ‎02-24-2014 11:29 AM

What are the differences and similarities between HP Anywhere Server and IDE 10.x versions?

 

HP Anywhere Server and HP Anywhere IDE 10.x are two different products. They are stand alone and could NOT be installed on the same machine. The following table explains the differences and similarities between them.

 

Purpose

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  • Server - Production server and environment for deployment and running HP Anywhere apps
  • IDE - Development server and environment for development, deployment and debugging HP Anywhere apps 

HP Anywhere server, BSF, Cassandra binaries

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  • Server and IDE - Installed

HP Anywhere and Cassandra Windows services

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  • Server - Installed
  • IDE - Not installed

Eclipse IDE (JDK, Chrome, Eclipse, Eclipse plugin, Maven)

 

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  • Server - Not installed
  • IDE - Installed as part of HP Anywhere IDE Eclipse version

 

IntelliJ IDE (JDK, Chrome, IntelliJ plugin, Maven)

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  • Server - Not installed
  • IDE - Installed as part of HP Anywhere IDE IntelliJ version

Installation

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  • Server - Full installation with wizard including DB and Email setup
  • IDE - Simplified installation without DB and Email setup

DB

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  • Server - MSSQL or Oracle according to the user's choice
  • IDE - H2, could be changed later on

Admin user

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  • Server - Ability to configure the password during installation
  • IDE - Single admin user

JVM configuration

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  • IDE - Differences from Server version: Heap size 1G, PermSize 512M, debug port is enabled (7878)

LDAP configuration

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  • Server and IDE - Could be done after installation 

Cassandra configuration

 

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  • Server - Cassandra Windows service is installed and run coupled with HP Anywhere Windows service.
  • IDE - Cassandra Windows service is not installed. Memory size 1G. Cassandra is launched as part of starting the HP Anywhere server process.

Tomcat configuration

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  • IDE - Tomcat is configured with antiJarLocking flag (to allow the apps redeployment without JARs being locked by tomcat)

Download location

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