•Windows 7 SP1 with Platform Update, Windows 8, Windows 10
•Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 with Platform Update or newer
•Perform installation as a user with administrative privileges.
1.Download the installation file from the Altova website (https://www.altova.com/download#server) and run it.
2.Optionally, select the installation language from the box in the lower left area of the wizard, and click Next. The language you select here also determines the language of the FlowForce Server user interface in the Web browser. You can also change the language later from the command line.
3.Do one of the following:
a.If you haven't installed Altova LicenseServer yet, leave the default settings as is. The wizard will install the latest version of Altova LicenseServer on the computer where you are running the wizard.
b.If you haven't installed Altova LicenseServer yet and want to install Altova LicenseServer on another computer, clear the Install Altova LicenseServer on this machine check box, and then choose Register Later. In this case, you will need to install Altova LicenseServer and register FlowForce Server separately.
c.If Altova LicenseServer has already been installed on your computer but it has a lower version than the one indicated by the installation wizard, leave the default settings as is. In this case, the installation wizard will automatically upgrade your LicenseServer version with the one indicated on the dialog box. Note that the existing registration and licensing information will be preserved after the upgrade.
d.If Altova LicenseServer has already been installed on your computer or network, and if it has the same version as the one indicated by the wizard, do the following:
i.Clear the Install Altova LicenseServer on this machine check box.
ii.Under Register this product with, choose the Altova LicenseServer instance on which you want to register FlowForce Server, or choose Register later. Note that you can always select Register Later if you want to ignore the LicenseServer associations and carry on with the installation of FlowForce Server.
5.Optionally, select any additional Altova server products that you want to install.
6.Optionally, define the network settings and Windows service configuration applicable to FlowForce Server and FlowForce Web Server. For more information, see Network Configuration and Windows Service Configuration. From the same dialog box, you can optionally define the network and Windows service settings for other Altova products that are being installed at the same time with FlowForce, by clicking their respective tab. If you would like to define these settings after installation, click Next.
7.Optionally, set up the FlowForce cluster configuration options. This installation step is applicable for FlowForce Server Advanced Edition only. If you don't need to run FlowForce Server in a cluster, select Standalone.
8.Follow the wizard instructions to complete the installation. When the installation completes, the Altova ServiceController icon ( ) is added in the system notification area.
1.Ensure that the latest version of Altova LicenseServer (https://www.altova.com/licenseserver) is installed and running either on the local machine or network.
2.If you haven't done so already during installation, register FlowForce Server with Altova LicenseServer. For this, you need to know either the host name or the IP address of the computer where LicenseServer runs. For example, if LicenseServer runs on 127.0.0.1, you can register it as follows:
FlowForceServer.exe licenseserver 127.0.0.1
3.Log on to LicenseServer administration interface and assign the license to the machine where FlowForce Server runs.
For more information, refer to Altova LicenseServer documentation (https://www.altova.com/documentation).
1.If you haven't done so already during installation, configure the network settings.
2.Log on to the Web administration interface (by default, http://localhost:8082, unless you changed the address and port) and change the default FlowForce Server root password. The default login name and password is root and root, respectively.