This section provides information for manually installing Alfresco Enterprise.
The following table lists the required software that must be on your system for manually installing Alfresco.
Production environment checklist
Use this check list to validate the architecture on which Alfresco will run and also for validating the production environment prior to installing Alfresco.
Alfresco installation files
There are a number of different installation files available to you, each of which you can choose depending on what is already installed on your system.
Installing Alfresco on Tomcat
For more complex Alfresco installations or if you wish to use an existing Tomcat application server, you can use the Web Archive (WAR) bundle to install Alfresco on any platform. For this type of installation, you must ensure that the required software is installed on the machine.
Removing unused applications
When installing Alfresco, an important part of the configuration process is the removal of any unused applications. This topic describes the applications that you may wish to remove from your Alfresco installation and how to remove them.
Installing an Alfresco Module Package
An Alfresco Module Package (AMP) is a bundle of code, content model, content, and the directory structure that is used to distribute additional functionality for Alfresco. Use the Module Management Tool (MMT) to install and manage AMP files. You can install an AMP in an Alfresco WAR using the MMT, or by using the apply_amps tool.
The Alfresco interface is supported for use with a number of languages that have been through an Engineering quality assurance (QA) and linguistic testing cycle.