Table of contents:
- Which components of webMethods Service Designer does this version contain?
- What are all the supported use cases with webMethods Service Designer?
- What is the download size?
- How can I get started?
- Where can I get VCS related connector plug-ins for Local Service Development?
- How long is the license valid for?
- My license has expired. What can I do?
- Is there a way to replace the trial license with my purchased license?
- How do I get answers to my questions about webMethods Service Designer?
- I am having trouble installing webMethods Service Designer on 32-bit machine.
- What should I do if Service Designer fails to launch on Linux with the "version GLIBC_2.28 not found" error?
- On what Operating systems can I install webMethods Service Designer
Which components of webMethods Designer does webMethods Service Designer contain?
webMethods Service Designer contains the following components from webMethods Designer:
- Designer Service Development
- Designer Local Service Development (Local Version Control Integration)
- Designer Unit Test Framework
- Microservices Runtime
- JDBC Adapter
You can download webMethods Service Designer Free here
What are all the supported use cases with webMethods Service Designer?
Service Designer supports the following uses cases:
- webMethods Service Development
- webMethods Microservices Runtime
- Local Version Control Integration
- webMethods Unit Test Framework
- webMethods Adapter for JDBC
What is the download size?
The size of the archive file is approximately 650 MB including JDK and approximately 600MB without JDK.
How can I get started?
See “webMethods Service Designer Documentation”.
Where can I get VCS related connector plug-ins for Local Service Development?
Currently, the Eclipse E-Git plug-in is bundled along with webMethods Service Designer. You can also install SVN/TFS connectors from the Eclipse Market Place.
How long is the license valid for?
The trial version is valid until 31st October 2023. Depending on when you download the trial, your license may be valid for less than the mentioned date.
My license has expired. What can I do?
You have two options: either download a newer version of webMethods Service Designer and continue your evaluation; or contact Software AG for further assistance.
Is there a way to replace the trial license with my purchased license?
Yes, you can replace the trial license included with the webMethods Service Designer free download provided by tech community.
For the webMethods Microservices Runtime (Local Development Server) license, perform the following steps:
- Open the Integration Server Administrator.
- Go to Server > Licensing.
- Click Licensing Details.
- Click Edit Licensing Detail.
The server displays the Edit Licensing Details page.
- In Integration Server License Key File, enter the pathname for the license key file you obtained from Software AG.
- Click Save Changes.
Integration Server copies the contents of the license key file to Integration Server_directory \instances\instance_name\config\licenseKey.xml and updates the Integration Server License Key File field to reflect that name.
For the webMethods Unit Test Framework license, you can update the license directly in the Service Designer installation directory (the recommended method) or through Service Designer Preferences.
- To update the license through the Service Designer installation directory, perform the following steps:
- Go to 'ServiceDesigner_Home'\Designer\resources\.
- Replace the existing file with your license file and ensure that your license file has the same name as the existing file.
- To update the license through Service Designer Preferences, perform the following steps:
- In Designer, go to Window> Preferences> Software AG> webMethods TestSuite> License.
- In License file, select a valid license file from your local machine, and click Check License to validate the license.
- Click Apply and Close.
How do I get answers to my questions about webMethods Service Designer?
You can post your query (or feedback) to the forum webMethods Service Designer which is dedicated to webMethods Service Designer.
I am not able to install webMethods Service Designer on a 32-bit machine.
webMethods Service Designer is available only on 64-bit machines.
What should I do if Service Designer fails to launch on Linux with the "version GLIBC_2.28 not found" error?
The Service Designer launcher requires GLIBC 2.28 or later. Upgrade your OS to meet this requirement.
Linux distributions such as "Red Hat Enterprise 8" and "SUSE Linux enterprise server 15 SP3" provide GLIBC 2.28 or later. To check the GLIBC version in your OS, run the "ldd –version" or "rpm -q glibc" commands.
On which operating systems can I install webMethods Service Designer?
You can install webMethods Service Designer on Windows 64-bit operating system, Linux, and macOS. For more information on supported platform variants, see Supported Platforms.