This site contains various types of documentation, including a How To pages. In the support section, you can find a user forum where many questions have already been answered. There is also a bug tracking system.
Alternativly, you can call Joel Bar-El at +972-54-4859129 for a more personal touch (GMT+2).
What Platforms does Tersus Support?
Tersus Studio (the development environment) should run in most environments (wherever Eclipse runs). It has been tested on Windows and on Redhat's Fedora Core Linux.
The Tersus Server (runtime) should run on any system that supports a Java virtual machine (JRE 1.4 or later). ). It has been tested on Windows and on Redhat's Fedora Core Linux.
What are the minimum hardware requirement in order to install Tersus Studio?
We recommend installing Tersus Studio on a machine with at least:
- Pentium 2.4 Ghz
- 512 MB RAM
- 250 MB free disk space
I am already using Eclipse. Can I add the Tersus plug-ins without re-installing Eclipse?
Yes. Using the Eclipse update manager, you can download Tersus Studio from the Tersus update site (http://updates.tersus.com/1.x).
What third party products are required in order to run Tersus?
By default, Tersus comes as an all-in-one, integrated bundle, so no third party product are required. The bundle includes a database engine (HSQLDB), an application server (an embedded version of Tomcat) and several utility libraries. Tersus does require a Java runtime environment (JRE 1.4.1 or later) installed but if you don't have Java
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