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|Thu, Dec 3 2015 11:43 PM||Permanent Link|
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After much help from a number of people, I am now ready to deploy my application.
I have the EWB Web Server exe and the 2 files (html and js files) that are produced by the deployment procedure. The EWB application accesses an Elevate DB using a local session which works in the EWB IDE.
I am not even sure of what questions to ask. Can someone help me with the next step? How do I deploy this on the local network?
|Thu, Dec 3 2015 11:58 PM||Permanent Link|
On 12/3/2015 11:43 PM, Richard Harding wrote:
> After much help from a number of people, I am now ready to deploy my application.
> I have the EWB Web Server exe and the 2 files (html and js files) that are produced by the deployment procedure. The EWB application accesses an Elevate DB using a local session which works in the EWB IDE.
> I am not even sure of what questions to ask. Can someone help me with the next step? How do I deploy this on the local network?
What are you planning to run this on? Is there a server (or PC with
ideally static IP) ?
Is the DB going to be local (relative to EWB web server) ?
Assuming yes to both previous questions general steps are :
1. copy the EWB web server and files (don't forget the database files)
to the server you plan to host it on (i would create couple of separate
folders : one for web server, one for web content (html and js go here)
and one for database(s) but that's personal preference. Remember to
create these in a location that is not user specific - i.e.
c:\yourwebapp\.. is OK or such).
2. start EWB web server and configure it
- ideally set it to listen on port 80,
- configure content folder to point to html/js files
- copy database(s) and configure Datasets in EWB Web Server (same
config as in IDE)
3. Save EWB web server settings and start the server (take it online).
At this point you should be able to access it using URL http://<server
ip>/<yourapp>.html (assuming it's on port 80 - otherwise use
4. If all looks OK shut down EWB web server and install it as service
(run from admin command line with -install switch) and then go and start
5. Tell your users it's online - same URL as point 3
6. Don't forget to configure backup and such for database
That should do it
|Sat, Dec 5 2015 5:43 PM||Permanent Link|
Wise Nutrition Coaching
Fantastic. Thank you. That is really helpful.
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