1.4. Operating Environment

This section describes the operating environment of the Nablarch framework.

Tip

For operating environments concerning contents other than the Nablarch framework (example: UI development platform), see the documentation of each content.

1.4.1. Environment Requirements of the Nablarch Framework

The Nablarch framework is built using only the Java standard specifications and requires at least the following for operation.

  • Java SE 6
  • JDBC 3.0

The following Java standard specifications are required depending on the Nablarch function being used.

  • JavaServer Pages Standard Tag Library 1.1
  • JavaBeans Activation Framework 1.1
  • JavaServer Pages 2.1
  • Java Servlet 2.5
  • JavaMail API 1.4
  • Java Message Service API 1.1-rev-1
  • Java Persistence 2.0
  • Batch Applications for the Java Platform 1.0
  • Bean Validation 1.1
  • Java API for RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS) 2.0

Important

Although the version number shown here indicates a specific version, a higher than the indicated version number can be used. This is because backward compatibility is basically maintained when the Java standard specifications are upgraded.

1.4.2. Test environment of Nablarch framework

The Nablarch framework has been tested and verified to operate properly in the following environments.

Java
Database
  • Oracle Database 12c/19c/21c
  • IBM Db2 10.5/11.5
  • SQL Server 2017/2019
  • PostgreSQL 10.0/11.5/12.2/13.2/14.0
Application server
  • Oracle Weblogic Server 14.1.1
  • WebSphere Application Server 9.0.5.8
  • WildFly 26.0.1.Final
  • Apache Tomcat 9.0.54
Java EE
  • Hibernate Validator 5.3.6.Final
  • JBeret 1.3.4.Final
MOM (Message oriented middleware)
  • WebSphere MQ 7
Browser
PC
  • Internet Explorer 11
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Google Chrome
  • Safari
Smart phone
  • Safari(iOS)
  • Google Chrome(Android)

1.4.3. Operational results of Nablarch framework

The operation results of February 2016 are shown below.

OS
  • RedHat Enterprise Linux 5/6
  • WindowsServer 2008
  • AIX 7
Java
  • Java SE 6/7/8
Database
  • Oracle Database 11g/12c
  • DB2 10
  • SQLServer 2008
  • PostgreSQL 9
Application server
  • Oracle Weblogic Server 11g/12c
  • WebSphere Application Server 7/8
  • JBoss Application Server 7
  • Apache Tomcat 6/7/8
MOM (Message oriented middleware)
  • WebSphere MQ 7
[1]When used with Java11, the configurations are required to be changed separately. For information on how to configure, see How to Setup When Using With Java11.
[2]When used with Java17, the configurations are required to be changed separately. For information on how to configure, see How to Setup When Using With Java17.