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Analytics Setup Command Line

Use these commands to install Analytics from the command line.

Setup [action] [instance] [options] 

Argument Values Comments

(default arg)

Instance Name

This is the default argument for setup

-Action

Install, Uninstall, Upgrade, Reload

  • Install is used to create and configure a new instance
  • Uninstall removes an instance and any artifact created during the install process.  Note, you may choose keep the database created by the installer.
  • Upgrade replaces the files and makes the necessary changes to take an instance to the next version.  There is additional information about this option below.
  • Reload updates labels in Analytics from the Terminology values defined in the Lifecycle instance.  This option is only available from the commandline.

-LogFile

FileName.txt

default is "setup.log"

-Quiet

(none)

Suppress all wizard/confirmation UI; Will show error messages. Good for automated setups run by humans.

-VeryQuiet

(none)

Suppress all UI, including error messages. Good for full automation.

-AnalyticsDeleteDb

true,false

Remove the Analytics meta-data database

Defaults to True

This option is only honored when the action is Uninstall

-WebDir

Installation Path

Default is <wwwroot>\<instance name="name"/></wwwroot>

This option is only honored when the action is Install

-DatamartDbServer

SQL Server Address

This option is only honored when the action is Install

-DatamartDbUser

username

SQL user for installation work. Omit for integrated auth.

This option is only honored when the action is Install

-DatamartDbPassword

password

SQL password for installation work. Omit for integrated auth.

This option is only honored when the action is Install

-DatamartDbName

Databse name

SQL Database that ETL will load. Will be created if it doesn't exist.

This option is only honored when the action is Install

-AnalyticsDbServer

SQL Server Address

This option is only honored when the action is Install

-AnalyticsDbUser

username

SQL user for installation work. Omit for integrated auth.

This option is only honored when the action is Install

-AnalyticsDbPassword

password

SQL password for installation work. Omit for integrated auth.

This option is only honored when the action is Install

-AnalyticsDbName

Database name

SQL Database Analytics application data. Will be created if it doesn't exist.

This option is only honored when the action is Install

-WebSiteRootPath

Web sit identifier

Directory Services entry of the IIS Web Site to install to e.g. IIS://localhost/W3SVC/1/ROOT

This option is only honored when the action is Install

-WebAppUrl

 

Public URL that clients

This option is only honored when the action is Install

-ApplicationDataPath

Path

Specify the location for persisting cache data and other runtime configuration files.

This option is only honored when the action is Install

-CacheDataPath Path

Specify the location for persisting cache data.

Use this parameter if you want the data cache files in location different from other runtime configuration files.

This option is only honored when the action is Install

-EnterpriseUrl

URL

URL used to get back to the "owning" instance of VersionOne Ultimate, e.g. [http://v1webserver/VersionOne]

This option is only honored when the action is Install

-SmtpEnabled

true/false

Enables or Disables SMTP Functionality.

This option is honored when the action is Install or Upgrade.  If it is not provided when upgrading, the value provided at the last install will be used.

-SmtpServer

SMTP Server name

Name of server hosting SMTP server.

This option is honored when the action is Install or Upgrade. If it is not provided when upgrading, the value provided at the last install will be used.

-SmtpPort

numeric

SMTP Server listen port. Defaults to 25.

This option is honored when the action is Install or Upgrade. If it is not provided when upgrading, the value provided at the last install will be used.

-SmtpConnectionTimeout

numeric

SMTP Server connection timeout. Defaults to 30.

This option is honored when the action is Install or Upgrade. If it is not provided when upgrading, the value provided at the last install will be used.

-SmtpAuthenticationMethod

None, Logon, CramMD5

SMTP Authentication Method. Defaults to None

This option is honored when the action is Install or Upgrade. If it is not provided when upgrading, the value provided at the last install will be used.

-SmtpAuthenticationUser

username

Name of user for connecting to SMTP server.

This option is honored when the action is Install or Upgrade. If it is not provided when upgrading, the value provided at the last install will be used.

-SmtpAuthenticationPassword

password

Password for SmtpAuthenticationUser.

This option is honored when the action is Install or Upgrade. If it is not provided when upgrading, the value provided at the last install will be used.

Note on using the Upgrade action.

Except for the SMTP configuration, the Upgrade action cannot be used to move or reconfigure an instance. Upgrade can be used to re-configure the SMTP options. If you need to move the instance or re-configure something besides SMTP, you will need to Uninstall the instance and then Install with the new options. Remember to keep the databases when uninstalling and to backup any user configuration files in C:/ProgramData/VersionOne/Analytics/InstanceData/{instance name}/LogiInfoBookmarkLocation and C:/ProgramData/VersionOne/Analytics/InstanceData/{instance name}/LogiInfoDashboards

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