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Corticon Installation Guide : Installing Corticon Servers and Web Console
 

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Installing Corticon Servers and Web Console

This section provides information about the installation procedures for the deployment and administration components of Corticon Server as well as the Progress Application Server (PAS) -- a Web application server based on Apache Tomcat -- that is used by the Java Server and the Web Console.
Note: Linux Installation - When you download and run the Linux server installer, you get shell (.sh) scripts for start/stop and utility tools that correspond to the batch (.bat) scripts in a Windows installation.
There are several techniques for installing Corticon Server components:
*Running the Server and Web Console installer wizard, the typical use, which enables a complete Corticon Server for Java, Corticon Server for .NET, and Corticon Web Console.
*Performing silent installations of Server components that generates a file from an installer wizard run to let you perform silent installations of Server components on other Windows machines.
*Performing command-line Linux installations of Server components enables the Linux installer to run from the shell as a command with parameters.
*Performing a manual installation of Server components: Corticon Server for Java and Web Console are available in zip archives. Use them to manually install Corticon WAR/EAR files into a supported application server on any supported platform. For details about installing Corticon into specific application servers, see Corticon Server 5.X sample EAR/WAR installation for different Application Servers .

Considerations for Authentication

Confirm that servers that will host Corticon Server installations are enabled for authentication, and that Decision Service administrators have the credentials to deploy to those servers.
When you run the Corticon Server installer, the Progress Application Server (PAS) does not enable authentication by default. To do so, see Setting up authentication for secure server access
* Running the Server and Web Console installer wizard
* Performing silent installations of Server components
* Performing command-line Linux installations of Server components
* Setting up and updating IIS for .NET Server