Post-Installation Steps

Updates Made by the Installer During Installation

This section lists the standard updates the installer makes to your local environment when you install. When the installation completes, you can check whether the updates, or corresponding changes, were successful.

Updates made to the application server:

If you installed to an existing Tomcat, the installer attempted to make updates to the Tomcat environment, as shown in the following table.

File or Directory


Windows: bin/setclasspath.bat

Linux and Mac OSX: bin/

Modifies JAVA_OPTS to add

(Commercial installer only)

All platforms: lib

Adds PostgresQL JDBC drivers to this directory.

Updates made to the PostgreSQL database:

If you installed to an existing PostgreSQL database, the installer created new schemas and users in your database instance:

PostgreSQL Updates


Database jasperserver created

This is the JasperReports Server repository database. This database holds all of system information, such as users, roles, data sources, and report definitions.

Database user jasperdb created

The JasperReports Server application uses this user to connect to the database.

Sample database foodmart created

(optional) Database created if install sample data option was chosen.

Sample database sugarcrm created

(optional) Database created if install sample data option was chosen.

Installer Log File

The installer creates a log during installation that records information as the installation progresses. If you encounter problems during installation, ensure that your system meets all prerequisites, and then check the installer log for potential problems.

The installer log file captures information such as:

Environment details such as the user that invoked the installer, host name, operating system details, and so on
List of assemblies installed
Information related to the Ant scripts executed by the installer

You can find the installer log at <js-install>/installation.log.

Setting your Java JVM Options

You need to set your Java JVM options. There are number of files where you can do this; refer to Setting JVM Options for Application Servers.