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Installing iResults

The procedure for installing iResults has been improved with the re-write of the product. The new release coincides with the LIMS-plus v3.7.25 release.

JusticeTrax Internet interface products require the use of IIS6 or higher on your web server. These instructions are based on Windows Server 2008. If you’re using a different operating system, please refer to its documentation on how to complete the steps outlined below. Additional information can be found on the Microsoft website at: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc732131%28WS.10%29.aspx

Verify Current Server Role(s)

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If not already configured to be a web server, you’ll need to add this role to the server using the Server Manager console.

1. In the Server Manager, expand the Roles node. If there is an entry for Web Server (IIS) then the server already has the required role.
2. If it is not present, click the Add Roles link.

In the Add Roles Wizard, enter the information as shown in the following steps.

Enable the Web Server (IIS) Role

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In the roles list, check the check box next to Web Server (IIS).
Click Next.
After reading the overview screen, click Next.

Add Role Services

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Under the Web Server (IIS) option, click Role Services.
Check the check boxes next to all of the services for IIS 6 Management Compatibility.
Click Next.
Review the confirmation screen and click Install.

Verify SQL Server Management Objects

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The Microsoft.SqlServer.Smo assembly must be in the /Windows/Assembly directory on the server. If you receive an error regarding the version of the Sql Server Management Objects, make sure that file is at least version 9.2. If it is, just continue with the process. On SQL Server 2008 R2, they are all 10.0.0.0.

Install iResults

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Run iResultsInstaller.exe and step through the installation wizard using the default values as shown.

Install the Chilkat ASP WebMail Handler

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Part of the installation process will install a utility used to handle the mail notifications within iResults. After you agree to the license terms, step through the installation wizard and accept the default values.

Configure iResults Database Connectivity

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On the Database Connectivity tab, enter the following details:
1.    Database Server to be used by iResults.
2.    Database name and logon information.
3.    DSN Name.
4.    If this is a new installation, check the Create Initial Database check box. Note that you will overwrite an existing iResults database if you have this check box checked while completing a re installation.
5.    Location for the backup file.
6.    Location of the data and log file.

Click Next.

Set iResults Page Text

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On the Page tab, enter the text that you want presented on the iResults welcome screen. It supports basic HTML formatting tags.

Configure iResults File Storage and Access

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If you are allowing representatives to download copies of completed reports, the files (in PDF format) must be stored in a location that is accessible to the iResults server.

In the Final Report Path, browse to the location where final report copies are stored.
If you are also giving representatives access to images related to requests (this is a new iResults capability) then browse to the directory where images are stored.

The File Access tab replaces the Reports tab in the build 18 installer and later.

Configure iResults Lab Options

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On the Lab Options tab, enter the contact information for the lab.

Click Next.

The Summary Tab shows the information you entered.
Click Apply to complete the configuration process.

SQL Server Settings

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The SQL Server must be able to use both Windows and SQL Authentication.

Encryption on a 64-bit Operating System

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There is an issue with the JTVBEncrypt dll. It is registered from the syswow64 folder using this run command: C:\WINDOWS\syswow64\regsvr32.exe C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\iPrelog\JTVBEncr.dll

Change the App pool so that Enable 32-Bit Applications to true. (By default, Windows 2008 R2 is set to False.)

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