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DashboardDB Configuration

Prerequisites

  1. 1.
    Ensure Avo Assure Database (AvoAssureDB service) is running.
  2. 2.
    Ensure Cache Database is running.
  3. 3.
    Ensure JAVA is running in the system (Java SE Development Kit 8 and above).

Setting up Dashboard for first run

  1. 1.
    Extract the “DashboardDB.zip” or “DashboardDB.7z” file.
Target file
2. Open an elevated command prompt in the DashboardDB folder.
3. Type “setup.bat” and hit enter.
Running setup.bat
4. When prompted for Avo Assure admin password, type the password and hit ‘Enter'.
Entering the password for Avo Assure Admin
5. Re-enter the Avo Assure admin password and hit ‘Enter'.
Re-entering password for Avo Assure Admin
6. Then enter the Avo Assure DB user password and hit ‘Enter'.
7. Re-enter the Avo Assure DB user password and hit ‘Enter'.
Re-entering password for Avo Assure DB user
Note: If any of the steps from 4 – 7 fail, please close the current command prompt and repeat from step 3.
DashboardDB setup error on password match
8. Wait till the highlighted messages (as shown below) are displayed below.
DashboardDB setup successfully

Starting the DashboardDB

  1. 1.
    Open an elevated command prompt in the DashboardDB folder.
  2. 2.
    Type “run.bat” and hit enter.
Starting DashboardDB

Stopping the DashboardDB

  1. 1.
    Close the command prompt window in which the DashboardDB is running.

Installing the DashboardDB as a Windows Service

  1. 1.
    Open an elevated command prompt in the DashboardDB folder.
  2. 2.
    Type “install-service.bat” and hit enter.
Installing Dashboard Database Service

Starting DashboardDB as a Windows Service

  1. 1.
    Open an elevated command prompt in the DashboardDB folder. Note: AvoAssureDashboardDatabase service should already be installed.
  2. 2.
    Type “start-service.bat” and hit enter.
Starting Avo Assure Database Service

Stopping DashboardDB as a Windows Service

  1. 1.
    Open an elevated command prompt in the DashboardDB folder. Note: AvoAssureDashboardDatabase service should be running.
  2. 2.
    Type “stop-service.bat” and hit enter.
Stopping Avo Assure Database Service

Removing the Windows Service

  1. 1.
    Open an elevated command prompt in the DashboardDB folder. Note: AvoAssureDashboardDatabase service should be in the stopped state.
  2. 2.
    Type “remove-service.bat” and hit enter.
Removing Avo Assure Database service

Restarting the Windows Service

  1. 1.
    Open an elevated command prompt in the DashboardDB folder.
  2. 2.
    Run the following commands in sequential order i.e., only after the previous command has been completed:
    • Type “stop-service.bat” and hit enter.
    • Type “remove-service.bat” and hit enter.
    • Type “install-service.bat” and hit enter.
    • Type “start-service.bat” and hit enter.