You'll immediately see the Build Targets panel, as shown in Figure 10. As you can see, I'm bundling a JDK-1.4.1-based JVM with my Windows installer. I used a JDK-1.4-specific release of Tomcat (
LE-jdk14, to be precise), and therefore, I also need to make sure that the Mac OS
X installer will require JDK 1.4.
Figure 10. Build Targets (Complex)
In Figure 11, you can see that that's an easy thing to specify.
Figure 11. Requiring the Mac OS X JDK 1.4
Hitting Build will automatically generate installers for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, as well as an HTML page and a Java applet that will auto-detect the proper version for the user. This entire page and supporting files, as shown in Figure 12, was generated automatically by InstallAnywhere.
Figure 12. Installation of Web Page
Running the installer for Mac OS X will generate a standard installer, as shown in Figures 13 through 18.
Figure 13. Default Installer Splash
Figure 14. Mac OS X Initial Installer Text
Figure 15. Mac OS XSelect Installation Folder
Figure 16. Mac OS X Platform-Specific Launch Points
Figure 17. Mac OS X Installation Confirmation
Figure 18. Mac OS X Finished Installing