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Table Of Contents

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CoCreate Manager Server 2008

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1.1. Installation prerequisites

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1.2. Additional installation information

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2.

Setup

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3.

How do you want to install your system?

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4.

Express Install

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4.1. Check for prerequisites

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4.2. License Agreement

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4.3. Choose Install Location

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4.4. Configure CoCreate Manager Servers

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4.5. Support Contact Information

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4.6. Completing the Setup Wizard

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4.7. CoCreate Model Manager Standalone Login

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4.8. My Profile

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4.9. Welcome to CoCreate Model Manager Administration

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Custom Install

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5.1. License Agreement

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5.2. Choose Install Location

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5.3. Choose Components

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5.4. Configure CoCreate Design Data Management/CoCreate Desktop

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5.5. Configure SAP Integration

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5.6. Configure CoCreate Manager Servers - License Servers, Database Server,

File Server

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5.7. Configure CoCreate Manager Servers - Web Services Server, Job Spooler

Server, Software Distribution Server

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5.8. Configure CoCreate Manager Servers - Authentication Server

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5.9. Configure the File Server

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5.10. Configure the File Server (continued)

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5.11. Select the Database Type

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5.12. Configure the MS SQL Server Database Server

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5.13. Configure the MS SQL Server Database Server (continued)

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5.15. Configure the Workflow Server

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5.16. Configure the Web Server

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5.17. Configure the Web Services Server

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5.18. Support Contact Information

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5.19. Completing the Setup Wizard

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5.20. CoCreate Model Manager Standalone Login

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5.21. My Profile

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5.22. Welcome to CoCreate Model Manager Administration

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6.

CoCreate Model Manager Rapid Deployment Package

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7.

CoCreate Job Server Installation

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7.1. Install CoCreate Job Server

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Welcome to CoCreate Manager Server setup- the essential workgroup data management solution for CoCreate Model Manager and CoCreate Drawing Manager

Don't close this window! Important installation instructions within.

For best results, make sure you meet these prerequisites before you install: n Operating System

n Hardware n Software Operating System

n You must be running a supported Operating System. Supported Operating Systems

n Windows Server 2003 n Windows Server 2003 R2

n Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition n Windows Server 2003 R2 x64 Edition n Windows Server 2008 (SQL Server only)

n Windows Server 2008 x64 Edition (SQL Server only)

See the CoCreate Manager Server Platform Supportdocument for the up-to-date list of supported components.

n Install the latest Windows service packs and critical updates for your Operating System. Get the latest Windows service packs using Windows Update.

Hardware

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CoCreate Manager Server 2008

You must have local Administrator privileges on this computer to install CoCreate Manager Server. You may notinstall as the medmgrWindows user.

n Installation prerequisites (Section 1.1)

n Additional installation information (Section 1.2)

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n Your computer needs at least two (2) GB of free disk space. The installation program requires space in your Windows temporary directory. Make sure you have at least 512 MB available on the hard drive where your temporary directory is located.

n Express Install: If your computer does not have at least 768 MB of memory, you cannot install CoCreate Manager Server.

n RAM requirements

The approximate memory use for the CoCreate Manager Server software and related applications:

Software

n Database software

n The Express installation checks your system for Microsoft SQL Server 2005 or Oracle 10g. n If neither, it installs Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition.

n If Microsoft SQL Server 2005 is installed, it is used. n If only Oracle 10g is installed, it is used.

n A Custom installation does not perform any checks for database software. The CoCreate Manager Server installation requires that:

n You have installed Oracle 10g or Microsoft SQL Server 2005, or

n You will install Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition during the installation.

n If you will be using an Oracle 10gdatabase:

n The computer where Oracle 10g is installed must have a static IP address, not a loopback adapter. Use of a loopback adapter prevents the CoCreate Database Server and File Server from working correctly.

n Install Oracle 10g Release 2 ODAC 10.2.0.2.20 or later. The ODAC (Oracle Data Access Components) includes the Oracle Provider for OLE DB 10.2.0.2.20 (or later).

n The following items require Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0: n Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition

Process or application Approximate RAM

Oracle 10g 2 GB

Microsoft SQL Server 2005 1 GB

CoCreate Manager Server Client 53 MB

CoCreate Model Manager or CoCreate Drawing Manager 435 MB

CoCreate Modeling 512 MB

CoCreate License Server 58 MB

CoCreate Drafting 256 MB

If you have Oracle 10g or Microsoft SQL Server 2005 installed, check that the following services have not been disabled or set to manually start. This will cause the database installation to fail. Oracle 10g:

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OracleOraDb10g_home1TNSListener

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OracleServiceWM

Microsoft SQL Server 2005:

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SQL Server (

instance_name

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Reboot the computer where you installed Oracle 10g before installing the CoCreate Manager Server Database Server. Failure to do so may cause an ORA-12560 error: TNS protocol error, which hangs the installation. Recovery may not be possible.

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n CoCreate Manager Server Express installation n CoCreate Web Services Server

Do I have Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0?

Check if Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 is installed by opening the Control Paneland double-clicking Add or Remove Programs. Scroll through the list and look for Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0.

What if I don't have it?

1. From Internet Explorer, click Tools > Windows Updateor browse to www.microsoft.com (http://www.microsoft.com/)and navigate to Windows Update for your operating system. 2. If you do not have the latest version of Windows updating software, you will be prompted to update. 3. Make sure you have all the latest updates and service packs for your operating system.

n If you are out-of-date, you may be required to run through the Windows update process several times, as some updates cannot be installed until previous updates have been installed. You may also be required to reboot after some of the updates.

4. Click Customto find the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 update.

5. The Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 update can be found in the Software, Optionalcategory. 1. Select Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0.

2. Click Review and install updates. 6. Click Install Updates.

7. Once Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 has finished installing, click Close. n Microsoft SQL Server 2005 requires Microsoft Data Access Components 2.8.

What if I don't have it?

1. Browse to msdn.microsoft.com/data/ref/mdac/downloads/ (http://msdn.microsoft.com/data/ref/mdac/downloads/). 2. Download and install the latest version for your computer.

3. Once Microsoft DAC has finished installing, click Close.

n You must not have Microsoft SQL Server Native Client installed withoutMicrosoft SQL Server 2005. Do I have one without the other?

1. Open the Control Paneland double-click Add or Remove Programs.

2. Scroll through the list and look for Microsoft SQL Server Native Client. If Microsoft SQL Server 2005 is not also in the installed list, Microsoft SQL Server Native Client must be removed.

1. Select Microsoft SQL Server Native Client. 2. Click Remove.

n You must install Microsoft SQL Server Native Client on the Database Server computer if your SQL Server 2005 database is on a different computer.

What if I don't have it?

1. Browse to www.microsoft.com/downloads (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads). 2. Search All Downloadsfor Microsoft SQL Server Native Client(you should find it as part of the

Feature Pack for Microsoft SQL Server 2005).

3. Download and install the appropriate package for your Database Server computer.

n You must have the most recent CoCreate License Server installed and available to the server computer (s), with the appropriate licenses installed and configured.

n In order for the CoCreate Job Spooler to correctly connect to a CoCreate Job Server, they must have the same version. (For example, a Job Spooler installed from CoCreate Manager Server 2008 requires a CoCreate Job Server 2008, which in turn requires CoCreate Modeling/CoCreate Drafting 2008.)

n Before installing CoCreate Manager Server on a Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 system, set the following system environment variable:

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For Oracle 10g installation help, click here

(http://ftp2.cocreate.com/lp/osm/install/en/inst_ora10g.html). For Microsoft SQL Server 2005 installation help, click here

(http://ftp2.cocreate.com/lp/osm/install/en/inst_sql.html). CoCreate Manager Server Client Quick Start Guide

(http://ftp2.cocreate.com/lp/osm/install/en/inst_appa.html)

How to install Oracle and the CoCreate Manager Server Database Server on different servers (http://ftp2.cocreate.com/lp/osm/install/en/inst_appb.html)

Troubleshooting (http://ftp2.cocreate.com/lp/osm/install/en/inst_appc.html) Recovering from a failed installation

(http://ftp2.cocreate.com/lp/osm/install/en/inst_appd.html)

Check services and test clients (http://ftp2.cocreate.com/lp/osm/install/en/inst_appe.html) System Configuration changes (http://ftp2.cocreate.com/lp/osm/install/en/sysconfig.html)

1.2

Additional installation information

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If this is not a new installation, you will be prompted to uninstall or reconfigure the existing CoCreate Manager Server components. Choose one of the following:

n Click Yes to continue. Click Yesto run the uninstall program, which will remove the existing CoCreate Manager Server components from this computer. Once it is uninstalled, the installation will continue. The database is notremoved when you uninstall CoCreate Manager Server.

n Click No to reconfigure the existing CoCreate Manager Server. Click No to run the installation program in reconfigure mode, which allows you to modify the existing installation. The currently installed features are displayed in the installation windows. Add or remove as necessary.

n Click Cancel to end the installation. Click Cancelto end the installation program with no changes to the existing CoCreate Manager Server installation.

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Setup

If you uncheck a component, it will be unavailable after reconfiguration. Make sure you only uncheck those that you want to remove.

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3.1 Express Install

Select Express Install if you are new to CoCreate Manager Server, or want the typical installation when installing all of the CoCreate Manager Server components on the same computer. The Express installation:

n Checks your system for prerequisites (memory, Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0, Microsoft Data Access Components).

n Checks your system for Microsoft SQL Server 2005 or Oracle 10g. n If neither, it installs Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition. n If Microsoft SQL Server 2005 is installed, it is used.

n If only Oracle 10g is installed, it is used. n Installs CoCreate Manager Server components.

What components are installed with the Express installation? n CoCreate Manager Server Client

n File Server n Database Server

n Web Services Server, including the Job Spooler Server. n Software Distribution Server

You install Job Servers independently from this installation. See Install Job Servers (Section 7.1)for more information.

3.2 Custom Install

Select Custom Installif you want to choose which components to install and where to install them. This is recommended for Advanced users.

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How do you want to install your system?

The Express installation is not the right choice if you have multiple distributed File Server components, or want your database engine on a separate computer from the CoCreate Manager Server components.

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Your computer has failed one or more of the installation prerequisite checks.

Click OKto close the dialog box and the Setup screen. Your browser will display an information page about the installation prerequisites. Follow the instructions to fix the problem, and restart the installation.

Review the license terms. You must accept the agreement to install CoCreate Manager Server. Click I Agreeto continue.

CoCreate Manager Server will be installed in the Destination Folder. To choose another location, click Browse.

4.3.1 Location of database backup files

An Express installation (including the Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition database) is pre-configured to do an automatic database backup (including the transaction log) at midnight every night. An Express installation using a pre-installed database (any edition of Microsoft SQL Server 2005 or Oracle 10g) does not include an automatic database backup.

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Express Install

4.1

Check for prerequisites

4.2

License Agreement

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If you choose a different folder, the automatic database backup will not be saved in the default location. The default location for the backup files is

C:\Program Files\CoCreate\CoCreate Manager Server data Installing to a different drive or folder puts the backup files in

<your drive>:<your location>\CoCreate Manager Server data

n License Servers

The name of the CoCreate License Server that you use for CoCreate Modeling. Multiple servers can be specified by separating the names with a ";". The servers are contacted in the order they are listed, and the first License Server which can provide the requested license is the one that is used.

n Database Server

The Database Server will be installed on this computer, so the field is not editable. n File Server

The File Server will be installed on this computer, so the field is not editable.

The information that you type here will appear in the Supportlink on the CoCreate Software Distribution Serverpage.

4.4

Configure CoCreate Manager Servers

4.5

Support Contact Information

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Congratulations! Click Finishto complete the installation process. New installation

Now it's time to log in to CoCreate Model Manager as medmgr (leave the password blank on a new database). After you do, you will be guided through the initial configuration steps.

Reconfigure existing installation

Log in to CoCreate Model Manager as medmgr with the existing password.

1. Type medmgrfor the User Name. Leave the Passwordblank for a new installation. 2. Click OK.

The first screen that appears after you log in is My Profilefor the medmgruser. 1. Verify the Full Name and E-mailentries.

2. Enter or update Phoneand Address information. These fields are optional.

3. To change the medmgrpassword from null(blank) to something else, click Change My Password. a. Type the new value in both New Passwordand Confirm New Password.

b. Click OK. 4. Click OK.

Don't worry - you can always update this information later from the Edit > My Profileor Edit > Change Passwordmenu items.

4.7

CoCreate Model Manager Standalone Login

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This screen appears on the Admintab whenever you are logged in as medmgr (or another member of the Administratorsgroup). However, the content changes after the first time you log in.

4.9.1 First time Admin login

The first time you log in as medmgr is the only time you see the First, you must add yourself as a user. instruction.

Clicking How?goes to the CoCreate Model Manager online help, which not only provides you with information on adding yourself as a user, but guides you through additional administration tasks.

Help is always available from the links on the Admin Introductionpage, the User Introductionpage, or from the Helpmenu.

You are now ready to configure CoCreate Model Manager by adding users (don’t forget to add yourself). Then you and your users will be ready to start managing your models and drawings. Go ahead and close this window, have fun, and good luck!

4.9

Welcome to CoCreate Model Manager Administration

The Admintab appears only when you are logged in to CoCreate Model Manager Standalone or CoCreate Drawing Manager Standaloneas an Administrator.

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Review the license terms. You must accept the agreement to install CoCreate Manager Server. Click I Agreeto continue.

CoCreate Manager Server will be installed in the Destination Folder. To choose another location, click Browse.

5.2.1 Location of database backup files

The Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition database installation is pre -configured to do an automatic database backup (including the transaction log) at midnight every night. An installation using a pre-installed database (any edition of Microsoft SQL Server 2005 or Oracle 10g) does not include an automatic database backup.

If you choose a different folder, the automatic database backup will not be saved in the default location. The default location for the backup files is

C:\Program Files\CoCreate\CoCreate Manager Server data Installing to a different drive or folder puts the backup files in

<your drive>:<your location>\CoCreate Manager Server data

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Custom Install

5.1

License Agreement

5.2

Choose Install Location

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You will have to scroll to see the entire list.

Clients:

n CoCreate Manager Server Client: If you select this option, you are requesting to install the basic CoCreate Manager Server Client (typically used for advanced database administration tasks).

If you select a component that requires the CoCreate Manager Server Client, it will be selected for you, and a message will be displayed telling you that it was selected.

n CoCreate Design Data Management and CoCreate Desktop: If you select this option, you are requesting to use the CoCreate Design Data Management and CoCreate Desktop personalities, and you will see an additional screen to set up this part of the client.

n SAP Process Adapter: If you use the SAP integration with CoCreate Design Data Management or CoCreate Desktop, you should select this option to setup the initial configuration. If you select this option, you will see an additional screen to set up this part of the client.

Servers:

You can either install a specific server or use an existing server. If you do not select a particular server, the installation program assumes that you will be using an existing server (you will enter this information in later steps).

n File Server:Manages model and drawing files for CoCreate Model Manager and CoCreate Drawing Manager.

n Database Server:Manages metadata for CoCreate Model Manager and CoCreate Drawing Manager. n Authentication Server:Provides Windows authentication services for CoCreate Manager Server running

on HP-UX.

n Workflow Server:Executes formal workflow processes from CoCreate Design Data Management or CoCreate Desktop.

n Web Server:Enables Web browser access to your models, drawings, and metadata.

n Web Services Server:A Web Services Server is requiredby CoCreate Model Manager for delivery of e-mail notifications of subscribed events. A Web Services compliant interface to external applications running Web Services (such as BizTalk or InfoPath) is also required. Even if BizTalk, InfoPath, or other Web Service-based integrations are not expected, the Web Services Server is still a required component for handling the E-mail Event Notifications from CoCreate Model Manager or CoCreate Drawing Manager. If you install this server, you may also want to specify the location of the Mail Server (SMTP). The Mail Server is configured from the CoCreate Model Manager Standalone or CoCreate Drawing Manager Standalone Adminscreen.

Installing the Web Services Server also installs the Job Spooler Server, which provides the background job processing service for Task Agent jobs. The Job Schedule Processor Service requires the Web Services Server.

n Software Distribution Server: A Web server requiredfor CoCreate Manager Server rapid deployment clients and documentation.

n CoCreate Model Manager and CoCreate Drawing Manager Software: Installing the Software Distribution Server automatically creates the CoCreate Model Manager Standalone and CoCreate Drawing Manager Standalone rapid deployment packages.

If you are reconfiguring an existing installation, the installed components are already checked. If you uncheck a component, it will be unavailable after the installation.

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n CoCreate 3D Access and CoCreate 2D Access Software: Selecting this copies the CoCreate 2D Access and CoCreate 3D Access installation packages to the Software Distribution Server.

n CoCreate Supplementary Documentation: Selecting this installs advanced and historic

documentation, as well as online help for the CoCreate Manager Server Client, Workflow Designer, and Workflow Monitor.

Click Next>to continue.

This screen only appears if you are installing CoCreate Design Data Management / CoCreate Desktop. n Select a profile:

n Designerprovides basic CoCreate Design Data Management functionality.

n Advancedprovides some additional CoCreate Design Data Management functionality. n Expertprovides all CoCreate Design Data Management functionality.

n Expert Classicprovides the Expert functionality with the CoCreate Desktop (Classic) user interface. n Desktopprovides the CoCreate Desktop user interface and functionality.

n Select integrations: Select the integrations for those CAD products that you will be using with CoCreate Design Data Management or CoCreate Desktop. You may select one, two, or all three.

Click Next>to continue.

This screen only appears if you are installing SAP Integration.

n Destination SAP instance: The instance name for SAP (for example, CE8). n SAP server name: The name of the SAP server (for example, cpce801). n SAP system number: The system number of SAP (for example, 75). Click Next>to continue.

In order for the CoCreate Manager Server deployment functionality to work, the Software Distribution Server and the Web Services Server must be installed on the same computer.

5.4

Configure CoCreate Design Data Management/CoCreate Desktop

5.5

Configure SAP Integration

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If you have chosen to install a server, the Hostname field will contain your computer name and be grayed out (not editable). If you are not installing a server (you are using an existing server), the Hostname field will be empty and you must enter the computer name or fully qualified domain name of the existing server.

The default ports are displayed. If the field is not grayed out, you can edit the port (if necessary).

n License Servers:The name(s) of existing License Server(s) (use ;to separate multiple entries). The default port is 17171 (and cannot be changed).

n Database Server:Either the fully qualified domain name of this computer, or the name of an existing Database Server. The default port is 9898.

n File Server:Either the fully qualified domain name of this computer, or the name of an existing File Server. The default port is 9899.

Click Next>to continue.

If you have chosen to install a server, the Hostnamefield will contain your computer name and be grayed out (not editable). If you are not installing a server (you are using an existing server), the Hostnamefield will be empty and you must enter the computer name or fully qualified domain name of the existing server. The default ports are displayed. You can edit the port (if necessary).

n Web Services Server:Either the fully qualified domain name of this computer, or the name of an existing Web Services Server. The default port is 8580.

n Job Spooler Server:Either the fully qualified domain name of this computer, or the name of an existing Job Spooler Server. The default port is 8899.

n Software Distribution Server: Either the fully qualified domain name of this computer, or the name of an existing Software Distribution Server. The default port is 80. If you have a Web service which already uses this port (such as World Wide Web Publishing), you will need to change the default value.

The Database Server installation allows approximately 120 concurrent users. To allow more users, you will need to increase the desktop heap

(http://ftp2.cocreate.com/lp/osm/install/en/increase_heap.html)size.

A fully qualified domain name follows this pattern: mycomputer.subdomain.domain.com.

5.7

Configure CoCreate Manager Servers - Web Services Server, Job Spooler Server, Software

Distribution Server

The Job Schedule Processor Service requires the Web Services Server.

In order for the CoCreate Manager Server deployment functionality to work, the Software Distribution Server and the Web Services Server must be installed on the same computer.

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Click Next>to continue.

If you have chosen not to install or specify a Software Distribution Server, a warning will be displayed.

Click OKto continue.

This screen only appears if you are installing the Authentication Server. The default port is displayed. You can edit the port (if necessary).

n Authentication Server:This field will always contain the fully qualified domain name of this computer. The default port is 9898.

Click Next>to continue.

This screen only appears if you are installing the File Server.

n Admin Password: The password you would like to create for Web-based administrative access to the File Server, and for managing the Distributed File Server configuration.

n Storage Directories: A standard installation will have one directory to store files. A custom installation should have no more than one directory per disk drive.

The default file storage directory is:

C:\Program Files\CoCreate\CoCreate Manager Server data\File storage

You may edit the default location. If you expect to have many files or large files in the file storage area, you may want to specify additional storage directories on different disk drives (as a semicolon-separated list).

If you already have files from a previous installation, add those directories to the list. Previous Storage Directories

5.8

Configure CoCreate Manager Servers - Authentication Server

5.9

Configure the File Server

By default, a File Server Admin Password is not created. You should always create a password for the File Server. Make sure you write this password down.

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Files from the previous storage directory must be in the specified path. The previous default path for Oracle 9i Storage Directories was:

C:\oracle\ora92\oradata\WM\area1

Any existing data will remain in the old file storage area.

n Neighbors: The fully qualified domain name for each File Server host computer. You must have a license for each distributed file server location. Leave blank if you only have one File Server.

n Enable HTTP file access: HTTP access to the File Server is used in conjunction with the Web Services Server. For example, an InfoPath form may browse the Database or choose a file to download or open. Access to that file is generally provided by a URL to its location on the File Server.

n Enable Cleanup: Enables File Server cleanup which runs at least once per cleanup interval. When the File Server does a cleanup, it considers all distributed file server (DFS) copies as possible candidates for removal, since all DFS copies are known to have a master file on another File Server. Cleanup settings are specified on the next screen.

n Enable Timestamps: Select this to include timestamps in the File Server logfile. Click Next>to continue.

This screen only appears if you are installing the File Server.

n Log File: Type a file name for File Server activity log (include the full path).

n Cleanup Interval: You can specify the interval in which the File Server performs cleanups. The default is 6 hours (6h).

Format

n Cleanup Minfree: You can specify the minimum free disk space on your File Server's file system. The default is 10 Mbytes (10M). When only the minimum amount of disk space remains, distributed file server (DFS) copies are removed.

Format

A File Server without a neighbor will never run the cleanup process.

5.10

Configure the File Server (continued)

xw xweeks xd xdays xh xhours xm xminutes xs xseconds

xg xgigabytes xM xmegabytes xk xkilobytes xb xbytes

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n Cleanup Maxage: You can specify the maximum length of time to retain a DFS copy since it was last referenced. The default is 30 days (30d) - CoCreate Manager Server deletes a distributed file server (DFS) copy 30 days after a user last accesses the copy.

Format

Click Next>to continue.

This screen only appears if you are installing the Database Server. Select the database type:

n Oracle 10g n MS SQL Server

Selecting MS SQL Serverwhen a version is not already installed installs the SQL Server 2005 Express Edition software.

Click Next>to continue.

This screen only appears if you are using a SQL Server Database Server.

n SQL Server Computer Name: The default is your local machine. If your SQL Server database is on a different computer than the Database Server, enter the computer name (not fully-qualified) of the SQL Server 2005 computer.

xw xweeks xd xdays xh xhours xm xminutes xs xseconds

After installation, you can view or edit the File Server configuration from the Start > All Programs > CoCreate > CoCreate Manager Server 2008 > Manager Server 2008 Components > File Server 2008 Status page.

5.11

Select the Database Type

5.12

Configure the MS SQL Server Database Server

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n Database Instance: The installer displays the database instance name if the database is installed on this computer.

n If SQL Server 2005 is not installed, this field will be blank. LEAVE IT BLANK. Installing SQL Server 2005 Express Edition creates the SQLEXPRESSinstance.

n If your SQL Server 2005 database is on a different computer than the Database Server, this field will be blank. Type the database instance name used when you installed Microsoft SQL Server 2005.

n If you installed the SQL Server 2005 ExpressEdition, this should be SQLEXPRESS. n If you installed a Defaultinstance, this should be MSSQLSERVER.

n If you installed a Namedinstance during the SQL Server 2005 Workgroup, Standard, or EnterpriseEdition installation, type your database instance name.

n CoCreate Database Name: The name for your CoCreate database. This name must notexist for a new database, but mustexist for an existing database.

n Database Server Logging:Select if you want Database Server logging. Click Next>to continue.

This screen only appears if your MS SQL Server Database Server is not on your local machine (i.e. a remote machine). This may be the case if:

n The database is on a computer that is part of a Server Farm. n There are performance or hardware issues.

SQL Server login credentials for database installation: Enter a UserIDand Password that will enable you to create a SQL Server database on the remote system (this UserID and Password need to exist prior to this installation). This is only needed for the initial database installation, not for schema updates. You may need to contact your IT department for this information.

SQL Server login credentials for connecting the CoCreate Database Server to SQL Server: The install process creates this UserIDand Passwordfor the CoCreate Database Server to communicate with SQL Server.

n UserID: medmgr (cannot be changed)

n Password: The password you want assigned to your database for the user medmgr. Click Next>to continue.

5.13

Configure the MS SQL Server Database Server (continued)

You must install Microsoft SQL Server Native Client on the CoCreate Database Server computer if your SQL Server 2005 database is on a different computer.

For Windows Authentication, leave these fields blank. The installation will use your Windows login credentials to create the database.

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This screen only appears if you are using an Oracle Database Server.

n Oracle Database Host Name (leave empty for local machine): The default is your local machine. If your Oracle 10g database is on a different computer than the Database Server, enter the hostname (not fully-qualified) of the Oracle computer.

n Oracle system password: The installer assumes the default Oracle system password. If you changed the Oracle system password, type it here.

n Oracle medmgr password: The password you want assigned to your database for the user medmgr. The default password is medmgr.

n Oracle SID: The SID for your CoCreate database. This must notexist for a new database, but must exist for an existing database.

n Database Server Logging: When selected, all client requests are written to a log file on the database server computer.

n Connect to an existing SJIS database: Check this option only if you're upgrading your installation and the database you're upgrading was originally installed using the Shift-JIS character set.

Click Next>to continue.

This screen only appears if you are installing the Workflow Server.

The installation program will provide the default values for the Workflow Server. The default directories for log files are displayed. Please verify that these directories exist, or create new directories and enter the paths in the appropriate fields.

Please verify and correct the fields, as described below.

n Check Interval: How often the Workflow Server should check the database, in seconds. The default is recommended. If you are doing Workflow development, you may want to decrease the interval to 15. n Error Log: The file name for the Workflow error log. You may provide a different name and path.

n Server Debug Log: The file name for the Workflow debugging log. You may provide a different file name and path.

n Server Debug Level: See the CoCreate Manager Server Administrator Guidefor the debug values. The default is recommended.

n Number of Servers: In most installations, one server is sufficient. Your CoCreate consultant will recommend additional servers, if necessary.

See the Oracle logfiles for installation results and information on changing passwords and other Oracle account information: ORACLE_HOME\admin\ORACLE_SID\create\*.

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n Run Workflow Server with History: Check this box if you are replicating data used by the Workflow Server, or want to keep track of the history of the Workflow Server.

Click Next>to continue.

This screen only appears if you are installing the Web Server.

n Number of Servers: The default of 4 is appropriate for most applications. A large user community should add additional servers.

n Base Port Address: The default base port is 8080. Click Next>to continue.

This screen only appears if you are installing the Web Services Server.

n Number of Servers: The default of 4 is appropriate for most applications. A large user community should add additional servers.

n Job Spooler Data Location: A directory where the Job Spooler temporarily stores input/output data. The default location is

C:\Program Files\CoCreate\CoCreate Manager Server data\JobSpoolerServerData

When a job executes, the Job Schedule Processor uploads the data and triggers execution. After the job executes, the results are stored here until retrieved by the Job Schedule Processor. The temporary data is then deleted.

Click Next>to continue.

5.16

Configure the Web Server

5.17

Configure the Web Services Server

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The information that you type here will appear in the Supportlink on the CoCreate Software Distribution Serverpage.

Congratulations! Click Finishto complete the installation process. New installation

Now it's time to log in to CoCreate Model Manager as medmgr (leave the password blank on a new database). After you do, you will be guided through the initial configuration steps.

Reconfigure existing installation

Log in to CoCreate Model Manager as medmgr with the existing password.

1. Type medmgrfor the User Name. Leave the Passwordblank for a new installation. 2. Click OK.

5.19

Completing the Setup Wizard

5.20

CoCreate Model Manager Standalone Login

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The first screen that appears after you log in is My Profilefor the medmgruser. 1. Verify the Full Name and E-mailentries.

2. Enter or update Phoneand Address information. These fields are optional.

3. To change the medmgrpassword from null(blank) to something else, click Change My Password. a. Type the new value in both New Passwordand Confirm New Password.

b. Click OK. 4. Click OK.

Don't worry - you can always update this information later from the Edit > My Profileor Edit > Change Passwordmenu items.

This screen appears on the Admintab whenever you are logged in as medmgr (or another member of the Administratorsgroup). However, the content changes after the first time you log in.

5.22.1 First time Admin login

The first time you log in as medmgr is the only time you see the First, you must add yourself as a user. instruction.

Clicking How?goes to the CoCreate Model Manager online help, which not only provides you with information on adding yourself as a user, but guides you through additional administration tasks.

Help is always available from the links on the Admin Introductionpage, the User Introductionpage, or from the Helpmenu.

You are now ready to configure CoCreate Model Manager by adding users (don't forget to add yourself). Then you and your users will be ready to start managing your models and drawings. Go ahead and close this window, have fun, and good luck!

5.22

Welcome to CoCreate Model Manager Administration

The Admintab appears only when you are logged in to CoCreate Model Manager Standalone or CoCreate Drawing Manager Standaloneas an Administrator.

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Installing the Software Distribution Server causes the rapid deployment package for CoCreate Model

Manager, CoCreate Drawing Manager, 2D Access, 3D Access, the eDrawings™Viewer, and the XVL player to be created. CoCreate Model Manager or CoCreate Drawing Manager is always installed from the Software Distribution Server. The download page for these packages is located at:

http://SoftwareDistributionServer/

In most cases, when taking the defaults during the Software Distribution Server installation, no port number would be required. However, during installation you can specify a different port (such as if you have a Web Server on the default port 80 and you don't want the Software Distribution Server to conflict with that server).

CoCreate Model Manager or CoCreate Drawing Manager can be installed in one of two ways:

n A standalone version. This version is installed directly from the CoCreate Software Distribution Server page.

n From CoCreate Modeling or CoCreate Drafting. If you start CoCreate Model Manager or CoCreate Drawing Manager in this way, the following occurs:

n If this is the first time CoCreate Model Manager or CoCreate Drawing Manager has been started from CoCreate Modeling or CoCreate Drafting, the user will be prompted to enter the location of the Software Distribution Server.

n If CoCreate Model Manager or CoCreate Drawing Manager has been previously installed, the Software Distribution Server is checked to see if a newer version exists. If it does, the user is asked whether they want to upgrade. Click Yesto upgrade.

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CoCreate Model Manager Rapid Deployment Package

It is important for you to provide the hostname (and port number, if not the default) of the Software Distribution Server to your users.

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The Job Spooler Server (part of the CoCreate Manager Server installation) assigns a job to a CoCreate Job Server and triggers the actual execution on that server. The CoCreate Job Server computer requires CoCreate Modeling (for Clash Analysis or 3D Format Generation jobs), or CoCreate Drafting (for 2D Format Generation or Plot jobs).

The CoCreate Job Server installs separately from the other CoCreate Manager Server components. You should install the CoCreate Job Server on a dedicated machine because of the heavy processing load.

CoCreate Job Server installation

Install the CoCreate Job Server from the CoCreate product family DVD.

Click the button for CoCreate Modeling and CoCreate Drafting, including 3D Access and 2D Access. The InstallShield Wizard starts. Click Next.

n 7.1.1 Select Features

Uncheck everything except CoCreate Job Server. Click Next.

n 7.1.2 Start Copying Files

Verify that CoCreate Job Serveris listed under Current Settings.

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7.1

Install CoCreate Job Server

In order to generate the 3D PDF and U3D viewing formats, you must install both the CoCreate Job Server and CoCreate Modeling on a 32-bit system.

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Click Next.

n 7.1.3 Welcome

Click Next.

n 7.1.4 License Agreement

Click I accept the terms in the license agreementand click Next.

n 7.1.5 Destination Folder

By default, the CoCreate Job Server installs in:

C:\Program Files\CoCreate\CoCreate Job Server 2008\ Click Next.

n 7.1.6 System check

This window only appears if the desktop heap on this system is too small. The change to the desktop heap size won't occur until you reboot the system.

Click Next.

n 7.1.7 Configure

Port: The port that the Job Spooler will use when it assigns a job to this server. The default port is 8897. Click Next.

n 7.1.8 Enter the Service User Name

The CoCreate Job Server Service runs as a Local System Accountby default. Click Why choose an accountfor help.

Click Next.

n 7.1.9 Ready to Install the Program

Click Install.

n 7.1.10 InstallShield Wizard Completed

Click Finish.

The CoCreate Job Server needs access to your printers to run Plot jobs. If the CoCreate Job Server Service runs as a Local System Account, you can only access "local" printers. If the CoCreate Job Server Service runs under a user account, you can access all printers, including network printers, available to that user.

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n 7.1.11 CoCreate Job Server Installer Information

This window appears when you are increasing the size of the desktop heap on this system. You must restart the computer for the change to take effect.

Register the CoCreate Job Server

Once you complete the installation, register the CoCreate Job Server from the CoCreate Model Manager Standalone or CoCreate Drawing Manager Standalone Admintab.

1. Click Tasks.

2. In the Task & Job Viewspanel, click Job Servers. 3. In the Job Server Taskspanel, click Add Job Server.

1. Host: Type the hostname of the computer where you installed the CoCreate Job Server. 2. Port: The default port is 8897. Type the port number you used during installation, if different.

An integrated CoCreate Job Server runs in the same process as the Job Spooler, but behaves as if it was installed separately. This would be useful in cases where the job execution requires few resources (for example, custom generic jobs).

Integrated CoCreate Job Server activation

You activate the integrated CoCreate Job Server on the CoCreate Manager Server's Web Services Server (and Job Spooler Server) computer.

1. Navigate to the JobSpoolerServer directory:

C:\Program Files\CoCreate\CoCreate Manager Server 2008\JobSpoolerServer\ 2. Double-click ConfigureJobSpooler.exe.

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3. Check Integrated Job Serverand click OK.

You don't need to specify a port for the integrated Job Server - the Job Spooler knows the port it will use. ConfigureJobSpooler.exerestarts the JobSpoolerServer service with an integrated CoCreate Job Server. The installer automatically registers the integrated CoCreate Job Server, so you don't need to add it from the CoCreate Model Manager Admin page.

n The integrated CoCreate Job Server runs under a System Account, so it has no access to network printers.

n You can't install a CoCreate Job Server on the CoCreate Job Spooler computer and then try to activate the integrated CoCreate Job Server. You can only have a single registered job server on the CoCreate Job Spooler computer.

n If you install CoCreate Modeling and/or CoCreate Drafting on the CoCreate Job Spooler computer, the integrated CoCreate Job Server will also be able to process the corresponding jobs.

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