Advanced Installation


Installing on AWS

This tutorial demonstrates how to install Decisions platform on Amazon Web Services. Start an AWS Database (RDS) Choose the RDS Service Choose SQL Server as your DB Engine (choose the specific type...

Installing on Azure

Example To begin your installation of Decision on Azure Infrastructure you will first need to have created an Azure SQL Server instance and VM.   For guidance on creating an Azure SQL Instance...

Installing Decisions on an Alternate Port

Overview By default, Decisions uses port 80. You can set Decisions to use an alternate port. This setting can be made during installation or after installation. To set Decisions to use an alternate port...

Silent Installation

Summary Decisions installations can be done using the command line. This allows for silent automated installations.   Example Before performing a silent installation you will need to create an InstallerSetup.xml...

Setting Up Server Clustering

Overview You can set up Decisions in a clustered server environment. A Decisions server in a clustered environment shares a database with the other servers but still retains its own file system. Clustering...

Setting Up Decisions Demo VM

This tutorial demonstrates how to set up Decisions Demo Virtual Machine on Oracle VM Virtual Box example. Oracle VM Virtual Box is free and can be downloaded from the official website here. Then, navigate...

Setting Up Decisions to Run as a Non Admin User

Setting up Decisions to run as a Non Admin User We begin with creating a New User that does not have administrator privileges in our OS. We configure User... Standard User...

About Load Balancing

The Decisions platform can use application layer load balancing through any IIS load balancer implementation. The load balancer must be configured with sticky sessions, since the server that the user...

Deployment and Configuration Options

Introduction Decisions can be installed in myriad configurations to support different types of applications within the bounds of an enterprise’s unique profile.  This guide is intended to help you...

Setting the Primary Job Server for a Cluster

Server clustering allows for active load balancing, as well as active/active or active/passive failover in the event of a server failure. The Primary Job Server is the member of the cluster that is responsible...

Setting Decisions to Use Secure Cookies

You can set Decisions to use secure cookies by editing the web.config files. Using secure cookies tells IIS to allow cookie data to transfer only over an encrypted connection (SSL/HTTPS). To edit the...

Configuring the Server for SSL (HTTPS)

The platform supports SSL encryption for secure transactions over HTTPS. To enable SSL in the Installer, click the Edit Settings button. In the Settings pop-up, navigate to the EndPointDefinition Collection...