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[edit] Deploying Project.net in a Production Environment

A production installation of Project.net consists of a combination of servers and software. The main component is an application server running either Apache Tomcat application server, hosting the Project.net application; partnered with this is an Oracle database server. Both are fronted by a web server, such as Apache Httpd, and supported by a mail (SMTP) server, document vault (file server) and optional LDAP directory server. You can use Windows, Linux or a combination as the operating systems for these servers. Most likely, you already have existing mail and file servers that Project.net can use.

[edit] Deployment Requirements

The servers and the software required for a Project.net production deployment are described on the following pages. If you have not reviewed these requirements please refer to the appropriate guide now. You will also want to review the Project.net Installation Requirements for your configuration, as well.

[edit] Scope of the Installation

The exact information and requirements needed depends upon what servers you will install and what servers already exist that you just need to configure

1. Full Install Project.net Installation Requirements

  • Install database and server software
  • Install database
  • Install database and application server software
  • Configure application server
  • Install Project.net software

2. Existing Database Server Project.net Installation Requirements

  • Install database on existing database server
  • Install application server software
  • Configure application server
  • Install Project.net software

3. Existing Database and Application Servers Project.net Installation Requirements

  • Install database on existing database server
  • Configure application server
  • Install Project.net software

[edit] Download the latest release

The installation package for the latest Project.net release can be found on SourceForge.net.

[edit] Performing the Installation

Step 1:

Step 2:

[edit] Previous installation instructions

[edit] Upgrading an Existing Installation

[edit] Other production information

[edit] More Help

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