This document is the first place to go to get started using the SDK (Software Development Kit) version of Rhino. It includes hardware and software requirements, installation instructions, and the basic steps for installing and running a Rhino SDK.
Checking hardware and operating system requirements, installing Java, and configuring the network
Unpacking the Rhino SDK
Starting and stopping the Rhino SDK
Stopping the Rhino SDK and deleting the directory.
Using the Rhino SDK in the Windows Subsystem for Linux
After installing the Rhino SDK, you can find further information on using the tools for general operation, administration and maintenance in the Rhino Administration and Deployment Guide.
|The SDK version of Rhino SLEE is intended to support development of prototype and proof-of-concept services, and evaluation of Rhino. It runs in a single Java Virtual Machine and does not provide all of the fault-tolerance capabilities of a production Rhino installation. A software development license that allows the use of production Rhino for development can be purchased from Metaswitch.
Other documentation for the Rhino TAS can be found on the Rhino TAS product page.