First of all you must NOT use any system-wide JDK or JRE with PowerCenter. The software installs its own JRE and is certified to run only with this.
So you must make sure (BTW that's noted explicityl in the Installation And Configuration Gudie for PowerCenter) that no system-wide JDK / JRE is found in the environment, meaning not in the $PATH variable and not in $LD_LIBRARY_PATH, and in particular no $CLASSPATH variable must exist.
Why the required packages don't exist I cannot tell. I can only repeat myself, read the Installation And Configuration guide for PowerCenter and follow the steps listed there. That's the safest way to get the installation done.
Third one question: how did you unpack the .zip file? Using the Windows Explorer? If so, then please be advised that on older Windows versions (at least until Windows 8) the Windows Explorer was not able to correctly unpack the PowerCenter installer ZIP archives. It just pretended to do so, but in fact it always failed; some files were missing, some subdirectories did not exist, and so on. You should unpack the zip archive only using "unzip" on Linux.
Finally there have been some publications about installing PowerCenter on Kubernetes. As I don't work with this software, I haven't read them, but you should be able to find those articles by searching for the single word Kubernetes here on this forum.
Thank you for the quick reply.
No offense intended, I am just curious: does that mean you solved your problems, or does that mean you're still struggling with the installation but don't want to read any more lengthy replies from me?
Seriously: please don't hesitate to ask more questions, we're here to help.
I read your reply thoroughly and I am still struggling with the installation.
I know it must be no env variable available on installation process, but the variable "INFA_JDK_HOME" is set by "informatica_container_utility_linux-x64.zip". So when I build PowerCenter docker image, "INFA_JDK_HOME" must be set.
PowerCenter installation is different from PowerCenter docker image installation, PowerCenter docker image is created by "informatica_container_utility_linux-x64.zip".
I unpacked .zip file by unzip in my Linux environment.
I search those keywords in Informatica KB, but no situations familiar with me.
As I see it, maybe there are some problems in "informatica_container_utility_linux-x64.zip".
Wow, then I fear I won't be of any help here. Docker installation is nothing I've ever done so far.
Good luck, may some other knowledgeable person respond here (crossing my fingers).
All the best,
Thank you, Nico. I appreciate your help to remind me to check my installation steps carefully again.