I have installed jbilling community version recently with all default settings (according to jbilling install doc for windows) but I do have the experience like Ahad, I am not very clear this is slow due to community version instead of profession version or what? This application is drastically slow. I have installed on both Windows 7 and Windows 2012 R2 on powerful server for testing, but it is running really slow. I have tried following fix but it did not resolve my issue.
set JAVA_OPTS in catalina.sh
set JAVA_OPTS="-server -Xmx1536M -Xms256M -XX:MaxPermSize=384m"
Also I could not found any Setenv.bat file to modify. Is this %CATALINA_HOME% we have to setup as an environment variables? (%CATALINA_HOME%\bin\setenv.bat ) or we have to modify catalina.sh file for this, Please Help…Thanks.
on 25 Feb, 2016 08:06 PM
Thanks for your reply, could you please help me out to understand that "Can
you share a video link of all steps from Zip > Deployment > Slow UI?" Do I
have to visit some website to see those videos or what?
Just wondering that is it possible that we could customized and hides the
Company's list under sign on page, because of security concerns I don't
want to list all of the companies up there, I would like to put box to
manually type that company ID instead of list structure.
How much it cost for pro version, and how much its yearly support cost (if
any). How is the licensing work for this product? I have small company who
provides IT solutions to other small businesses and I am looking forward to
provide billing solutions to my clients. I need to know how many concurrent
users (community vs Pro) this application could handle efficiently if you
run this application on decent size server with 32 GB memory, 2TB HD, with
12 Cores x 2.3 GHz (AMD). Which OS environment is recommending Windows vs
On community version is it permissible to do any kind of customizations,
like lay out changes, logo changes or add or delete some features?
My target is to support minimum of 50 users for billing, so that’s why I am
looking forward to know this product very well. Also I need to know, could
I build a redundancy or backup for this server? Does all of the data will
store locally or could we build a storage server any NAS or SAN. How quick
we could recover data if needed in case of disaster?
i have worked on jbilling 3.1 ce as a developper ,
jbilling is realy a fantastic billing solution that you can forge
to feet your buisness , you need just somone who understand the
solution and can forge it respecting the open source license;
for the company list , it is possible to hide it and change the
auth mechanisme to detect it from the login name on the server side
.... it is very easy also to customise the layout ... fuatures ...
add some other functionalities ...
in my case i have deployed it on a multi node architecture with
db cluster and active passive app servers cluster , the stress test
was and teh pen test was OK 100%