Release Notes (10.4.1.3)

Release Notes (10.4.1.3)

Update the Input.properties File and Apply the Service Pack

Update the Input.properties File and Apply the Service Pack

The
Input.properties
file includes properties that identify the Informatica installation and define the action taken when you run the service pack installer. Update the properties before you install or roll back the service pack. Update the file in each service package that you download.
  1. Extract the service pack file.
  2. Find the
    Input.properties
    file in the service pack.
  3. Update the
    DEST_DIR
    property in the file with the path to the Informatica root directory.
    • On a Linux machine, set the path in the following format:
      DEST_DIR=/home/infauser/<version number>
    • On a Windows machine, set the path in the following format:
      DEST_DIR=C:\\Informatica\\<version number>
  4. You can apply or roll back the service pack for all product components or for a specific component. The input.properties file includes an identifier for each product component. To install the service pack for all components, retain the default value of
    0
    for each identifier.
    To install or roll back a specific component in the service pack:
    • Remove the comment tag (#) associated with the component that you want to apply.
    • For Informatica Data Quality or Data Engineering products, set BDM_ONLY to 1.
    • For Enterprise Data Catalog, set EDC_ONLY to 1.
    • For Enterprise Data Preparation, set EDP_ONLY to 1
    Data Privacy Management requires Data Engineering and Enterprise Data Catalog components. For Data Privacy Management, remove the comment tag (#) associated with Data Engineering, Enterprise Data Catalog, and Data Privacy Management, and set the values to 1.
    If you have multiple products installed, apply the individual components in the following order:
    1. Data Quality or Data Engineering products
    2. Enterprise Data Catalog
    3. Enterprise Data Preparation
    4. Data Privacy Management
    After you apply the service pack, you cannot roll back the service pack automatically using the installer. You must perform the steps listed in the Roll Back the Service Pack to Specific Component section to roll back the service pack.
  5. Save and close the file.


Updated February 02, 2021