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4 DigDash Enterprise installation can be done in two different ways on Linux:
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6 * Use the Tomcat application server included in the DigDash Enterprise install archive
7 * Use another Tomcat or a JEE compatible application server.
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9 This document describe how to use the Tomcat server included with DigDash Enterprise and also how to install/use another Tomcat server.
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11 To install on Windows, read document [[install_guide_windows>>doc:Digdash.deployment.installation.install_guide_windows.WebHome]].
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13 To update an existing install, read document [[upgradeDDE>>doc:Digdash.deployment.installation.upgrade_dde.WebHome]].
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15 = Use Tomcat Included in DigDash =
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17 == Unzipping ==
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19 Unzip the archive file **install_dd_20xx.zip** in the folder of your choice, preferably **/user/share/install_dd_20xx.zip**.
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21 == Owner And Rights ==
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23 Give the ownership of the folder **/usr/share/install_dd_20xx **to the user <USER> of your choice, and give him the rights to read and write to this folder using the following command :
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25 USER@domain:~~# chown –R USER /usr/share/install_dd_20xx
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27 USER@domain:~~# chmod –R 755 /usr/share/install_dd_20xx
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29 == Start Tomcat ==
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31 With your user <USER> run the Tomcat startup script :
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33 USER@domain:~~# cd /usr/share/install_dd_20xx/apache-tomcat/bin/
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35 USER@domain:~~# sh startup.sh
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37 = Using your own TOMCAT SERVER =
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39 If you want to configure your own Tomcat server (existing or not), you can configure it by following the steps below:
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41 == Tomcat7 Installation ==
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43 If you do not already have a Tomcat server installed on the system.
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47 root@domain:~~# apt-get install tomcat7
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49 == Copy The Web Applications To Tomcat ==
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51 Extract WAR files from the DigDash Enterprise archive zip file (install_dd_20xx/apache-tomcat/webapps/) :
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53 * adminconsole.war
54 * ddenterpriseapi.war
55 * digdash_dashboard.war
56 * adswrapper.war
57 * « ROOT » folder if it does not already exist in your Tomcat.
58 If you do not copy the ROOT folder, DigDash can be accessed at URL __http:~/~/localhost:8080/adminconsole__ but not at __http:~/~/localhost:8080__
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60 Copy these files to the Tomcat folder **/var/lib/tomcat7/webapps**.
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62 Make sure the user tomcat7 has the right to read and write on these four files.
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