Idea Details

'-r' option should be supported to create properties file for silent mode installation

Last activity 04-12-2019 06:06 AM
Anon Anon's profile image
02-05-2015 10:44 AM

In Advanced Auth 8.0. Below is from installation instructions:
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Important! Do not use "-r" option with the installer executable to generate a response file to be used for silent installation. Only the default properties file that comes with initial installation should be used.
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It would be great if the -r option is supported to generate the properties file, instead of doing a complete installation initially.


If you run the installer using the “-?” flag, it gives following instructions:
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Usage: CA-StrongAuthentication-8.0-Linux-Installer [-f <path_to_installer_proper
ties_file> | -options]
            (to execute the installer)

where options include:
    -?
            show this help text
    -i [swing | console | silent]
            specify the user interface mode for the installer
    -D<name>=<value>
            specify installer properties
    -r <path_to_generate_response_file>
            Generates response file.
The options field may also include the following in case of uninstaller
if it is enabled for Maintenance Mode
    -add <feature_name_1> [<feature_name_2 ...]
            Add Specified Features
    -remove <feature_name_1> [<feature_name_2 ...]
            Remove Specified Features
    -repair
            Repair Installation
    -uninstall
            Uninstall
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Comments

04-12-2019 06:06 AM

Thank you for your contribution of an enhancement idea to the CA Community. CA is continually working to improve its software and services to best meet the needs of its customers. Your input is vital to that effort.

The CA Advanced Authentication Product Management team has reviewed your suggested enhancement. Based on our current strategy and roadmap priorities and the limited amount of community support for this idea, the CA Advanced Authentication Product Management has decided to not accept this idea into the product backlog. Therefore, it is being moved to a “Not Planned” status.

- The CA Advanced Authentication Product Team