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Installation and Configuration
Preinstallation Checklist for Windows : Recommended and optional components : WebSpeed with local Web server, OpenEdge Adapter for Sonic ESB, and/or OpenEdge Explorer
 

WebSpeed with local Web server, OpenEdge Adapter for Sonic ESB, and/or OpenEdge Explorer

Each is a recommended component that must be configured during the installation.
For example, the OpenEdge Adapter for Sonic ESB is a recommended component of OpenEdge Application Server Enterprise Edition and OpenEdge Studio. Many OpenEdge products required access to at least one of the recognized Web server types. See Web server for a list of products.
OpenEdge Explorer is a browser-based tool that allows you to set configuration properties for various OpenEdge resources, as well as to start and stop them, view their status, and view their log file data.
Proceed with this choice based on these options:
*Accept the check mark, or select the check box associated with a recommended component to identify it for configuration. During the installation, you may be prompted to specify the component's configuration details.
To note configuration details for the OpenEdge Adapter for Sonic ESB see OpenEdge Adapter for Sonic ESB. To note configuration details for the Web Server type see Web server. There are no additional configuration details for OpenEdge Explorer.
Caution: You must select the OpenEdge Explorer option to be able to work with the server functionality in Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge. If you do not select this option, you can manually configure OpenEdge Explorer after installation to work with the server functionality. For more information, see the Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge online help.
*Deselect the check box, or leave the check box blank if you do not plan to configure the recommended component. (If a check box is grayed out, the component is not available.)
Note: The OpenEdge installation program does not automatically install OpenEdge Sonic ESB samples. For more information on installing these components, see OpenEdge Development: Messaging and ESB.