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When you conclude your installation with a FinishPanel, the user can sav= e the data for an automatic installation. With this data, he will be able t= o run the same installation on another similar machine. In an environment w= here many computers need to be supported this can save a lot of time.
Run the installation once on a machine and save your automatic installat= ion data in auto-install.xml (that's just a sample). Then put this file in = the same directory as the installer on another machine. Run it with:
It reproduces the same installation again, applying all previous user in= puts automatically. No interaction is required any longer.
IzPack installers can be executed replacing possible user inputs from pr= operties, which can be given either in property files or directly specified= on the command line.
-options-template <propsfile>Generates an empty properties file template whose name is specifie= d as <propsfile>. Does not install anything, but inserts all= possible properties to be filled with particular values for an unattended = installation, later.
-options <propsfile>= Runs an unattended installation while reading the properties from the prope= rties file specified in <propsfile>.
-options-systemRuns an unattended i= nstallation using system properties given on the command line.
= code>Runs an unattended installation while reading the properties from the = properties file specified in <propsfile> and overwriting them with pa= rticular system properties given on the command line.
Generates a properties file myinstaller.properties with all user-changea=
ble variables provided by my myinstaller. The property
code> is always exported. There will be only the property keys, the names a=
re left empty and must be added manually.
Executes an unattended installation replacing possible user inputs by th=
e property values defined in the file myinstaller.properties. An empty temp=
late of the property file can be created for each compiled installer using =
Executes myinstaller in unattended mode in a UNIX console and forces the= main installation path to be set to /opt/myplace.