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How to install TREX on a different Drive than the default?

Jan 17 at 02:56 PM

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Hi Guys,

I am trying to install TREX 7.10 on a Windows environment by running Shell scripts (from the TREX install guide)

-->Navigate to the directory <drive>:\<path to unpack directory>\tx_trex_content\TX_WINDOWS_X86_64. This directory was created by unpacking the TREX software package using SAPCAR.

-->Call the install.cmd installation script (depending on your shell) as follows:

install.cmd --action=install --sid=<SAPSID> --password=<password for adm/service user> --type=DEFAULT

Even though the "tx_trex_content" are in D: Drive, the TREX is getting installed in C: Drive.

Could you please help me how do I specify the default Drive in the Window's shell script so that the TREX is installed in D: Drive instead?

Regards,

Shuvendu

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Former Member Jan 22 at 06:16 PM
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I should have read the help options more carefully. The parameter "--target=D:\usr\sap" had to be added to the shell script.

Regards,

Shuvendu

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