Manual Installation Steps for Healthcare Form Manager - Healthcare Form Manager - English - Foundation 22.1 - OnBase - Premier - Standard - external - Standard - Premier

Healthcare Form Manager

Platform
OnBase
Product
Healthcare Form Manager
Release
Foundation 22.1
License
Standard
Premier

The Healthcare Form Manager is a web application that requires its own virtual directory. Complete the following steps to manually create and configure the Healthcare Form Manager virtual directory and application pool.

  1. Copy all of the files from the ..\web\HealthcareFormManager directory of the distributed build.
  2. Paste the files to the Web site root directory for the Healthcare Form Manager(..\inetpub\wwwroot\HealthcareFormManager, for example).
  3. Create the Healthcare Form Manager application pool in Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.
  4. Right-click the Healthcare Form Manager application pool and select Advanced Settings.
  5. Confirm or update the following settings for the Healthcare Form Manager application pool:

    Advanced Setting

    Value

    .NET CLR Version

    v4.0

    Enable 32-Bit Applications

    False

    Managed Pipeline Mode

    Integrated

    Queue Length

    65535

    Start Mode

    AlwaysRunning

    Limit Interval (minutes)

    0

    Identity

    Network Service, or another account with least domain privileges

    Idle Time-out (minutes)

    0

    Ping Enabled

    False

    Rapid-Fail Protection: Enabled

    False

    Regular Time Interval (minutes)

    0

  6. Create the Healthcare Form Manager application in Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager and point it to the directory from step 2. Ensure the application will be used only for the Healthcare Form Manager.
  7. Configure the HTTP Response Headers feature for the entire application.
    1. Open the Healthcare Form Manager application home page in IIS Manager.
    2. Double-click HTTP Response Headers.
    3. From the Actions pane, click Set Common Headers.
    4. Select Expire Web content.
    5. Select Immediately.
    6. Click OK.
  8. Configure content expiration for the ..\Images, ..\Scripts, and ..\Styles virtual subdirectories.
    For each subdirectory:
    1. Select the subdirectory and double-click HTTP Response Headers.
    2. From the Actions pane, click Set Common Headers.
    3. Under Expire Web content, select After.
    4. Enter 7 Day(s).
    5. Click OK.
  9. Continue to the next topic, Configuring Web.config Settings.