Installing i2 iBase from the command line

iBase is installed using a Microsoft Windows Installer. You can use the msi command line options to install iBase components.

Ensure that all iBase prerequisites are installed before you install iBase using the command line.
To install iBase using the command line:
  1. Open a command prompt with administrator privileges.
  2. Navigate to the location of the iBase msi file.
    Note: You can also provide the absolute file path to the msi file.
  3. Enter the command that specifies the components you would like to install in the following format:
    msiexec /i "IBM i2 iBase 9.msi" <ADDITIONAL OPTIONS>
    Where the iBase specific additional options are:
    • INSTALLLEVEL - specify the install level of a feature set. Using this option ensures that you get all options at a level and all the options available at lower levels, ensuring all prerequisite features are present.
    • ADDLOCAL - specify specific features to install
    • I2_LANGUAGE - specify the language that is installed
    • I2LIC_ENABLED - specify whether Product Access Management is enabled.
    • I2LIC_SERVERS - identifies the location of the Product Access Management servers.
    • I2LIC_BROADCASTS_ENABLED - checks for licence servers with available licenses on the network.
    For the IBM i2 iBase specific values that are available, see iBase components and language codes. For a list of the Microsoft specific options use msiexec /h.
    Install iBase User silently
    msiexec /i "IBM i2 iBase 9.msi" /qn
    Install iBase User in French
    msiexec /i "IBM i2 iBase 9.msi" I2_LANGUAGE=fr
    Install iBase Client components
    msiexec /i "IBM i2 iBase 9.msi" INSTALLLEVEL=200
    Install iBase User and Designer with Plate Analysis and Scheduler
    msiexec /i "IBM i2 iBase 9.msi" ADDLOCAL=ThirdParty,iBaseUser,iBaseDesigner,ANPR,iBaseScheduler,iBaseSchedulerService /qn