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See the Quick List for Setting up and Troubleshooting Aptify Infrastructure page for more details on environment installs (.NET 3.5, .NET 4.5, MVC4, for example) and Windows Features for IIS that are necessary depending on Aptify Web or E-Business:  You should have a basic "Default Web Site" in your IIS.

How to setup the Aptify Web 6.0

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, 6.1, or 6.2 website

In addition to the IIS and server settings mentioned previously, make sure to have installed SQLSysClrTypes.msi and ReportViewer.msi. If you are setting this server up for the first time, you must also install MVC 4 framework.

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Save the web.config file. To ensure your changes were processed, open it in Notepad and verify. If they did not, save a copy to the Desktop, edit there, and then copy over the AptifyServicesAPI version.Go to the Aptify\script\Aptify\configuration Aptify.Framework.Configuration.External.js  file. Using NotePad++ or something similar, do a

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If using Aptify 6.2, verify your find-and-replace

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of the AptifyServicesAPI\services web.config

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changed the values of the Redirect and Login attributes, as well as the CORS values. The attributes that need to be changed start with :

  • <add key="AuthenticatedRedirectLocation" (usually around line 74)
  • <add key="InterfaceURL" under <Provider lookupName="DomainWithContainer" attribute (usually line 80)
  • <add key="InterfaceURL" under <Provider lookupName="SQLNeedsInputWithContainer" attribute (usually line 83)
  • <add key="Aptify.Services.CORS.AllowedDomains (usually around line 146)


Go to the Aptify\script\Aptify\configuration Aptify.Framework.Configuration.External.js  file. Using NotePad++ or something similar, do a find-and-replace just as you did before in the web.config. (Remember to specify port number if it previously applied.)

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Save the Aptify.Framework.Configuration.External.js file. To ensure your changes were processed, open it in Notepad and verify. If they did not, save a copy to the Desktop, edit there, and then copy over the Aptify\script\Aptify\configuration version.

Note

If Using Aptify 6.2

Go to the Aptify\web.config file. Using NotePad++ or something similar, do a find-and-replace just as you did before in the web.config. (Remember to specify port number if it previously applied.)

Note: Verify your find-and-replace changed the values of the Access-Control-Allow-Origin and Content-Security-Policy values. The attributes that need to be changed start with :

  • <add name="Access-Control-Allow-Origin" (usually around line 118)
  • <add name="Content-Security-Policy" attribute (usually line 127)
    (This one has multiple places in the value where it needs to be replaced.)


Go back to IIS. If you only have Aptify Web under your site, you can just select the overall site. However, if you have other sites under Default Web site, you will want to do this to the AptifyServicesAPI application and Aptify application separately.

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See the Quick List for Setting up and Troubleshooting Aptify Infrastructure page for more details on environment installs (.NET 3.5, .NET 4.5, MVC4, for example) and Windows Features for IIS that are necessary depending on Aptify Web or E-Business:  You should have a basic "Default Web Site" in your IIS.


How to setup the Aptify Web 6.0/6.1 website

In addition to the IIS and server settings mentioned previously, make sure to have installed SQLSysClrTypes.msi and ReportViewer.msi. If you are setting this server up for the first time, you must also install MVC 4 framework.

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