Manual Installation - EIS Message Broker - Foundation 23.1 - Foundation 23.1 - Ready - OnBase - Premier - Standard - external - Standard - Premier

EIS Message Broker

Platform
OnBase
Product
EIS Message Broker
Release
Foundation 23.1
License
Standard
Premier

To manually install the Message Broker Dashboard, follow these steps:

  1. Copy the API and Client Message Broker Dashboard folders of your OnBase solution files into the wwwroot folder of the machine that will be hosting the Message Broker Dashboard application.
  2. Open the Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.
  3. Create an application pool for the Message Broker Dashboard Client. This application should run within its own application pool, separate from any other Web application on the IIS Web server. When configuring the application pool, ensure that the following settings are applied:

    General Setting

    Value

    .NET Framework Version

    v4.0

    Enable 32-Bit Applications

    True

  4. Create an application pool for the Message Broker API. This application should run within its own application pool, separate from any other Web application on the IIS Web server. When configuring the application pool, ensure that the following settings are applied:

    General Setting

    Value

    .NET Framework Version

    v4.0

    Enable 32-Bit Applications

    True

  5. Create an application for the Message Broker Dashboard Client that points to the Client folder copied to the workstation and using the application pool you created for the Message Broker Dashboard Client.
  6. Create an application for the Message Broker Dashboard API that points to the API folder copied to the workstation and using the application pool you created for the Message Broker Dashboard API.
  7. Open the Web.config file in the API folder using a text editor such as Notepad.
  8. Modify the ApplicationServer Url setting to point to the URL of the Application Server for your solution.
  9. Modify the dmsDataSource setting to include the name of the data source for your solution.
  10. Save and close the Web.config file.
  11. Open the common.js file in the Client | js | common folder using a text editor such as Notepad.
  12. Modify the serverPath setting to point to the URL of the Message Broker API application for your solution.
  13. Save and close the common.js file.
    CAUTION:

    All OnBase users have permission to log in to the Message Broker Dashboard. If you want to restrict access to the Message Broker Dashboard, it is considered a best practice to configure IIS filtering or IP filtering to do so.