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Application Packaging Developer's Guide
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Index

A

absolute package, Absolute Packages
traditional example, Example-A Traditional Absolute Package
administrative defaults file, The Administrative Defaults File
application binary interface (ABI), What Are Packages?
archive packages
creating, Creating Class Archive Packages
directory structure, Structure of the Archive Package Directory
keywords, Keywords to Support Class Archive Packages
awk class, The Special System Classes
script, The Special System Classes

B

C

certificates
importing into package keystore, How to Import the Certificates Into the Package Keystore
managing, Certificate Management
trusted
Certificate Management
Adding Trusted Certificates to the Package Keystore
Deleting Trusted Certificates and Private Keys From the Package Keystore
user, Adding a User Certificate and Private Key to the Package Keystore
checking package installation, Verifying the Integrity of a Package
the process, Verifying and Transferring a Package (Task Map)
checkinstall script
Package Installation Scripts
Script Processing During Package Installation
Becoming Comfortable With Uncertainty
and environment variables, Package Environment Variables Available to Scripts
BASEDIR parameter
Managing the Base Directory
Using the BASEDIR Parameter
creating installation scripts, Creating Installation Scripts
dependency checking, Defining Package Dependencies
design rules, Design Rules for checkinstall Scripts
example of, Example—Analysis Scripts That Walk a BASEDIR
how to write a, How to Gather File System Data
patching packages, The checkinstall Script
writing a, Gathering File System Data With the checkinstall Script
class action script
Package Installation Scripts
Script Processing During Package Removal
The Class Action Script
behaviors, Class Action Script Behaviors
creating installation scripts, Creating Installation Scripts
design rules, Design Rules for Class Action Scripts
example of, The Class Action Script
how to write a, How to Write Class Action Scripts
in a case study, The i.admin Class Action Script
naming conventions, The Class Action Script
classes, See object classes
collectively relocatable object
The path Field
The path Field
composite package
example
Example—Modifying a File
Example—Creating a New File
Example—A Composite Package
rules for constructing, Another Look at Composite Packages
traditional example, Example-A Traditional Solution
composite, Composite Packages
compver file, Package Information Files
description, Defining Package Dependencies
example, How to Define Package Dependencies
how to write, How to Define Package Dependencies
in a case study, The compver File
control files
description
See also information files and installation scripts
copyright file, Package Information Files
example, How to Write a Copyright Message
how to write, How to Write a Copyright Message
in a case study
The copyright File
The copyright File
writing a, Writing a Copyright Message

D

E

exit codes for scripts, Exit Codes for Scripts

F

faspac utility, The faspac Utility

I

i.cron installation class action script, in a case study, The i.cron Installation Class Action Script
i.inittab installation class action script, in a case study, The i.inittab Installation Class Action Script
Image Packaging System, Image Packaging System (IPS) Packages
incompatible package, Defining Package Dependencies
individually relocatable object
The path Field
The path Field
install time, Package Environment Variables
install variable, description, Package Environment Variables
installation environment variables, Package Environment Variables Available to Scripts
to determine Solaris version, Package Environment Variables Available to Scripts
installation scripts
and environment variables, Package Environment Variables Available to Scripts
characteristics, Package Installation Scripts
creating, Creating Installation Scripts
exit codes, Exit Codes for Scripts
obtaining package information, Obtaining Package Information for a Script
processing of, Script Processing During Package Installation
requirements for, Creating Installation Scripts
types of
Package Installation Scripts
Creating Installation Scripts
installation software database, The Installation Software Database
installf command
Design Rules for Procedure Scripts
How Classes Are Processed During Package Removal
in a case study
The i.admin Class Action Script
The postinstall Script
installing classes, How Classes Are Processed During Package Installation
installing packages on a standalone or server, example, Example – Installing to a Server or Standalone System
installing packages to clients, example, Example – Installing to a Client System
IPS packages, Image Packaging System (IPS) Packages
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