About this guide

This guide describes how to install AccountingIntegrator using the Axway Installer and how to upgrade AccountingIntegrator to the latest version. It also covers:

Preparing and planning your installation – Describes what you should plan for deploying and configuring your system architecture, installing any prerequisite software, and configuring other components. Use the Worksheet while you plan.

Installing – Describes how to perform a complete install as well as apply a service pack using the Axway Installer. See Install AccountingIntegrator.

Post installation – Provides instructions on how to check if the installation was successful and set up AccountingIntegrator before the administrator can log on to the product for initial configuration. See Post-installation.

Migration – Involves a change in product versions, such as from 2.1 to 2.2. As part of this process, the existing configuration may need to be modified or updated to be compatible with the new version. For example, you may need to modify configuration files or the database schema. Because migration can be a complex process, organizations typically set up a migration project to study the new features and determine the impact on the existing configuration, and to plan for the changes across the various environments. See Migration.

Uninstallation – Describes how you can uninstall AccountingIntegrator using the Axway Installer. See Uninstall.

Troubleshooting – Describes the different types of troubleshooting errors you can encounter during installation, upgrade and post-installation. See Troubleshooting.

Who should read this guide

This guide is intended for enterprise personnel involved in installing software and Axway Professional Services personnel. Familiarity with AIS products is recommended.

This guide presumes you have knowledge of:

  • Your company’s business processes and practices
  • Your company’s hardware, software, and IT policies
  • The Internet, including use of a browser

Others who may find parts of this guide useful include network or systems administrators and other technical or business users.

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