Skip to main content
System StatusContact Support
VersionOne Community

Core Setup Command Line

Use these commands to install Lifecycle Core from the command line.

Setup [action] [instance] [options]

action

Action Description

(none)

Install a new instance

-r

Repair (or upgrade) an existing instance

-u

Uninstall an existing instance

instance

The instance name cannot contain spaces or special characters.

options

Options begin with a dash or slash. Values are supplied to an option following a colon or equal-sign.  For example:

-Edition:Team
/DBName=VersionOne

These options are available:

Option Description

-quiet[:2]

Suppresses the wizard and message boxes. A value of 2 also suppresses the progress dialog.

-LogFile:<filename>

Choose a different name for the Setup log. The default is setup.log.

-Edition:<Team|XP|Scrum|DSDM|AgileUP>

Choose the methodology. The default is Team for Team Edition, or XP for other editions.

-WebSiteRootPath:<iis-path>

Choose the website to which to install this instance. In hosted production: IIS://localhost/W3SVC/100/ROOT

-DbServer:<server> -DbName:<database> -DbUser:<username> -DbPassword:<password>

Configure and provide access to SQL Server for Setup, and this instance.

<server> defaults to "(local)"
<database> defaults to instance name

Without <username> and <password>, Setup uses integrated authentication to access SQL Server.

-AuthMode:<V1|IIS>

Choose the authentication mode. The default is V1.

-SigningKey:<32 bytes in HEX>

Set the encryption key used to sign the authentication Tickets held in cookies and OAuth2 grant records. Otherwise read from registry or randomly generated.

-AdminUsername:<account>

(In AuthMode IIS) Choose the Windows account name that will be associated with the first admin (a.k.a. "Admin 20")

-UseExistingUser:<false|true>

Prevents Setup from creating its own secure-user to access the database, and lets a DBA manage the SQL logins.

See Installing and configuring VersionOne to use an Existing Sql Server User.

-ServerBaseUrl:<base-url>

Set the client-friendly scheme and host (and port) for generating absolute URLs back into the application. Used for putting links into emails.

For example: https://www7.v1host.com

-SmtpHostName:<host> -SmtpFromAddress:<email>

Configures and enables SMTP.

-ForceDbUpgrade

Forces the execution of database scripts, even if the thumbprint indicates they are not needed.

-DeleteDatabase

When uninstalling this instance, delete the data also. The default is to not delete.

  • Was this article helpful?