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Once the Installation and configuration steps are finished, before start GreenVulcano® ESB the HSQLDB support database must be started by executing the following script:

$GV_HOME/hsqldb/bin
Linux.png In case of *nix operating systems, the startup script is start_DB.sh .

Remember to NEVER run the startup script as root, but with the user
choosen for installation, and so the owner of the $GV_HOME directory.
Windows.png In case of Windows operating system the startup script is start_DB.cmd .

To verify the correct start of HSQLDB engine you can check the log file.

Once the HSQLDB support database is running you can start GreenVulcano® ESB executing the script under

$GV_HOME/bin
Linux.png In case of *nix operating systems, the startup script is gvstart.sh (start_GreenV.sh in case of Manual Installation).

Remember to NEVER run the startup script as root, but with the user
choosen for installation, and so the owner of the $GV_HOME directory.
Windows.png In case of Windows operating system the startup script is gvstart.cmd (start_GreenV.cmd in case of Manual Installation).

To verify the correct start of GreenVulcano® ESB, connect to GV Console® and check if your browser accesses the related login page.

URL - http://<Server Address>:<Port>/gvconsole
user - User configured during installation process.
password - Password configured during installation process.

In case of Manual Installation you can access to the gvconsole as follow:

URL - http://localhost:8080/gvconsole
user - gvesb
password - gvesb


System administrators will find it convenient to configure GreenVulcano® ESB start and stop along with that of the server. In this case, the GreenVulcano® ESB start and stop scripts can be taken, or called by the system start and stop scripts.

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