JAVA_HOME set as an environment variable
At least 8 GB of RAM
License file (
Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 or higher distributable installed for x64
Unxutils installed and Environment variable Path updated
Update Path by adding:
The shipment includes the following files:
Unzip the file
rosette-match-studio-dockerless-windows-1.1.0.zip under C: or directly under another drive. This ensures that the installation doesn't run into Windows' issues with long paths.
It will create a directory C:\match-studio-1.1.0.
Copy the file
rlp-license.xml to the
JAVA_HOME is set.
Rosette Match Studio depends on 3 external packages:
These packages are downloaded by the startup script (
startup.sh). If you already have a version of them installed and running, update the startup script with the ports. Match Studio will verify the installation and use the installed version.
You can also download these packages from the URLS above and place them in the
Open a command prompt and navigate to the match-studio-1.1.0 directory
Run the file
This script installs and runs the external packages and brings up the Match Studio instance. Running this script requires at least 4GB of available RAM for Elasticsearch to run.
The batch file opens a lot of dependent windows running the external dependencies as well as the internal jars. Return to the main command prompt window to verify that Match Studio has started.
View the UI.
Open Chrome browser to http://localhost:8090.
If you are running from a server, replace localhost with the IP address of the server.
Shutdown the application:
Close all command prompt and java windows that may be open.
If in the process of startup there is a failure take the following steps:
Navigate to the services folder and delete all the sub folders.
Delete the directory