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Article ID: 112529, created on Oct 14, 2011, last review on Jul 14, 2018

  • Applies to:
  • Business Automation 5.5
  • Business Automation 5.4


I want to install a module which is a part of a Parallels Business Automation (PBA) distribution - for example a domain, payment, certificate (SSL), fraud screening or license management plug-in, or a new 5.5 component bm-restapi.


For BA 6.0.x refer to the article #127635.

  1. Obtain a PBA distribution of the same version as is installed on the server:

    PBA 5.1 updates

    PBA 5.4 updates

    PBA 5.5 updates

    The version currently installed can be found in the Provider Control Panel:

    Home> System Information> Support
  2. Stop the PBA application:

    • Linux: /etc/init.d/pba stop
    • Windows: net stop ssm /Y
  3. Run the PBA installer:

    • Linux:

      LANG=UTF8 sh ./

    • Windows:


    Replace x-xxx with the actual version of PBA.

  4. Choose the default options until the components selection screen.
  5. Choose the new component to install:

    • Linux:

    Your text to link here...

    • Windows:

    Your text to link here...

  6. Verify that no other components will be removed unintentionally:

    Your text to link here...

  7. Run the PBA configuration script:

    • PBA for Linux:

    # cd ~bm/tools/


    • PBA for Windows:

    cd <PBA_ROOT>

    perl\bin\perl.exe tools\

    Replace <PBA_ROOT> with the actual PBA root installation folder. The default value is: C:\Program Files\Parallels\PBA

  8. Start PBA:

    • PBA for Linux: # /etc/init.d/pba start
    • PBA for Windows: net start pba
  9. Check in the PBA Provider Control Panel that the new component is available for configuration.

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