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Old 11-24-2007
Error How to supress a UI popup at the time of Service start up in solaris-10

Hi,
I have written a service script(service.sh) for my application which will add my application(BTINM) as service and start the service. Internally inside the script i will call the sh script which will start my application server. When my application server starts a UI opens saying that the "Server is loading". I have to supress this "Server is loading" UI when i start my application service (i.e) when I give /etc/init.d/BTINM start



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Revathi
# 2  
Old 11-24-2007
Do you have "DISPLAY" set? If so unset it.

What kind of component is driving this message box?
# 3  
Old 11-24-2007
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Originally Posted by porter
Do you have "DISPLAY" set? If so unset it.

What kind of component is driving this message box?

"DISPLAY" set means........................Sorry I dont know. I m new to Solaris

The message box is a java driven UI...............
# 4  
Old 11-24-2007
The DISPLAY environment variable tells any program which is the current screen to use. If it has no DISPLAY it shouldn't start guessing.
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Old 11-24-2007
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Quote:
Originally Posted by porter
The DISPLAY environment variable tells any program which is the current screen to use. If it has no DISPLAY it shouldn't start guessing.

Where this DISPLAY set will be available.
How to remove the it............
Can u explain me bit brief. Please.....................
# 6  
Old 11-24-2007
I would recommend getting a quick grounding in UNIX, shells and environment variables before going any further.

DISPLAY is an environment variable.

How are you accessing the server to run your scripts?

Why is the application server not running as part of the server initialisation?

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