SO BSX is the bash shell package mechanism. I am unaware of a Windows agent deployment to date. To run this on Windows 7, probably the best thing is to get VirtualBox with a Oracle Linux and deploy into that container. It does mean you'll have the messy job of ensuring the networking is configured in VirtualBox for the agent to connect to what ever windows service you want.
The alternate is to upgrade to Windows 10 with the embedded linux shell capabilities.
Hi Thanks a lot for the reply. can you please help how can i do this with windows 10 OS. I also has windows 10. Please help
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as Mp3Monster stated: You need a Linux distribution to run the Agent, it is not supported on a WIndows machine.
Follow the following simple steps to create a local runtime environment on your Windows machine:
- Download VirtualBox: https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads
- Download Prebuilt Oracle Linux 6 Admin VM from OTN: Oracle Linux VM Image for Hands-On Lab
- Import the downloaded appliance to VirtualBox
- Start the image
- Install a local JDK to the VM
- Install the agent ./cloud-connectivity-agent-installer.bsx -h=<ICS-URL> -u=<USERNAME> -p=<PASSWORD> —ad=<AGENT_NAME> -au=<ADMIN_USER> -ap=<ADMIN_PASSWORD>
- Start the agent
Network settings should be sufficient, since the VM uses NAT.
If you want to learn more, you can also reach out to the following resources:
- Oracle Integration Cloud Service Use Case: Closed Loop Order Management (Here I describe, how we built a PoC for integrating a on-prem SAP with Salesforce)
I've not tried the Windows 10 approach. But the latest edition has beta for a Ubuntu shell all the details are available at - How to Install and Use the Linux Bash Shell on Windows 10
Once you have the Windows 10 stuff setup, I'd expect things to be the same install process for the agent as if a linux platform