- Download and install Java. You will only need the Runtime Environment (JRE).
Download the most recent version of jBilling.
Please note: Ensure that you download the binary package, not the source. The source has the suffix '-src'. Example: Download jbilling-1_0_0.zip, not jbilling-1_0_0-src.zip.
- Unzip the jBilling file (jbilling-3_0_0-RC2) you have downloaded. To unzip, right click on the zipped file. A menu will appear. Select the menu option: Extract All. A new unzipped file with the same title (jbilling-3_0_0-RC2) will appear in your Downloads folder.
- Copy and paste the unzipped jBilling file from your Downloads folder, into your C: drive, Applications folder. Please Note: If you do not have an Applications folder in your C: drive, you will need to create one before moving onto step five.
- Open your computer’s Command Shell progam. Click on your start menu. In the search box, enter the text, cmd. The program will appear on the start menu. Click on the program to select it. The Command Shell program window will open.
Start up jBilling using the Command Shell program.
6.1 Type cd.. into the Command Shell program, and then press the Enter key.
6.2 Repeat step 6.1. Press the Enter key.
6.3 Type cd applications. Press the Enter key.
6.4 Type cd jbilling-community-3.0-rc2. Press the Enter key.
6.5 Type cd bin. Press the Enter key.
6.6 Type startup.bat. Press the Enter key. A Tomcat window will appear on your screen.
6.7 Wait for Tomcat to finish starting up. When it is complete, the text: INFO: Server startup in (a number) ms, will appear in the Tomcat window.
Login to jBilling to a., create your own company, signup here, or b., to access the example company: Trend, go here.
Please Note: You can login to Trend with the user name: admin, and password: 123qwe.
- Follow the steps provided by the Getting Started Guide to begin using the jBilling system.