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Step 2. Installing Enterprise Server 9

Step 2. Installing Enterprise Server 9


This is step 2 of performing a minor upgrade of Enterprise Server 9. (See a list of all steps)


Note: In most production environments, the new Enterprise server is initially installed next to the existing server so that the new setup can be tested before it is made live. For this explanation therefore, the current Enterprise Server will initially be left intact and a new Enterprise Server will be installed separately.

Step 1. Download the Enterprise Server application from the software download page.

Note: The name of the file is EnterpriseServer_9.x.x_Buildyy.zip, where "x" stands for the Server version number and "y" for the build number. For example: EnterpriseServer_9.0.0_Build100.

Step 2. Unzip the file.

This will create a folder named Enterprise containing files such as index.php, index.html, index.htm.

Step 3. Copy the complete Enterprise folder to the server machine’s Web root folder (such as webroot).

Step 4. (Optional, only when Content Station Web or the Multi-Channel Text Editor in Content Station is used ) Add the files for Content Station Web:

Step 4a. Download the Content Station Web file from the software download page.

Note: The name of the file is ContentStationWeb_9.x.x_Buildyy.zip, where "x" stands for the Content Station Web version number and "y" for the build number. For example: ContentStationWeb_9.0.2_Build100.

Step 4b. Unzip the file. The file is unzipped as a folder with the name contentstation.

Step 4c. Copy the contentstation folder to the root folder of Enterprise Server (see location in Step 3).

Step 5. Verify the following options in the configserver.php file:

Caution: You must not just copy your old configserver.php file over the new one, as important modifications may have been made which are necessary to run Enterprise 9.

Step 6. Verify the following options in the config.php file:

Caution: You must not just copy your old config.php file over the new one, as important modifications have been made which are necessary to run Enterprise 9.

Tip: A quick way of implementing the necessary changes is to compare the new file with the current file to detect any differences (for instance by using TextWrangler).

Step 7. In the Config_solr.php file, make sure that the ‘SOLR_SERVER_URL’ setting points to your Solr environment.

Next step

Step 3. Activating licenses

Reference Materials

Enterprise Server 9 minor upgrade

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