Install IDOL on Windows

Use the following procedure to install IDOL on Microsoft Windows operating systems, by using the IDOL Server installer.

The IDOL Server installer provides the major IDOL components. It also includes License Server, which IDOL requires to run.

To install IDOL

  1. Double-click the appropriate installer package:

    IDOLServer_VersionNumber_Platform.exe

    where:

    VersionNumber is the product version.
    Platform is your software platform.

    The Setup dialog box opens.

  2. Click Next.

    The License Agreement dialog box opens.

  3. Read the license agreement. Select I accept the agreement, and then click Next.

    The Installation Directory dialog box opens.

  4. Specify the directory to install IDOL (and optionally other components such as License Server) in. By default, the system installs on C:\HewlettPackardEnterprise\IDOLServer-VersionNumber. Click to choose another location. Click Next.

    The Installation Mode dialog box opens.

  5. Select Custom, and then click Next.

    The License Server dialog box opens. Choose whether you have an existing License Server.

    The Component Selection dialog box opens.

  6. Click Next.

  7. Select the check boxes for the components that you want to install, and specify the port information for each component, or leave the fields blank to accept the default port settings.

    For each component, you can optionally provide port information to specify the ports that the component must use. The port that you choose must not be used by any other service. The installer allows you to set the following port types:

    ACI Port The port that client machines use to send ACI actions to the component.
    Index Port The port that client machines use to send index actions to the component. This port is available only for the Content, Agentstore, and DIH components.
    Service Port The port that client machines use to send service requests to the component. This port is also the port that the component uses for License Server communication.
    Binary Data Port The port to use for streaming audio data. This port is available only for the IDOL Speech Server component.

    You can also optionally choose to install the components as a Windows service. In this case, select Create Windows service. You can specify a name to use for the service, or accept the default name.

    If you do not want to install the component as a service at installation time, you can choose to add the services later. See Install an IDOL Component as a Service on Windows.

    The following table lists the components and subcomponents that you can install, and the default port that the installer uses if you do not provide an alternative value. You must change the port information if the default port value is already in use.

    Component Default port information
    Content ACI Port: 9100
    Index Port: 9101
    Service Port: 9102
    Agentstore ACI Port: 9050
    Index Port: 9051
    Service Port: 9052
    Category ACI Port: 9020
    Service Port: 9022
    Community ACI Port: 9030
    Service Port: 9032
    View ACI Port: 9080
    Service Port: 9082
    QMS ACI Port: 16000
    Service Port: 16002
    Statistics Server ACI Port: 19870
    Service Port: 19872
    Controller ACI Port: 41200
    Service Port: 41202
    Coordinator ACI Port: 40200
    Service Port: 40202
    DAH ACI Port: 9060
    Service Port: 9062
    DIH ACI Port: 9070
    Index Port: 9071
    Service Port: 9072
    CFS ACI Port: 7000
    Service Port: 17000
    File System Connector ACI Port: 7002
    Service Port: 17002
    Web Connector ACI Port: 7006
    Service Port: 17006
    Media Server ACI Port: 14000
    Service Port: 14001
    Speech Server ACI Port: 15000
    Service Port: 15001
    Binary Data Port: 15002
    Knowledge Graph ACI Port: 10300
    Service Port: 10302
    Find HTTP Port: 8080
    IDOL Site Admin HTTP Port: 8080

    For more information about these components, see IDOL Core Components.

    Click Next or Back to move between components.

  8. After you have specified your settings, the Summary dialog box opens. Verify the settings you made and click Next.

    The Ready to Install dialog box opens.

  9. Click Next.

    The Installing dialog box opens, indicating the progress of the installation. If you want to end the installation process, click Cancel.

  10. After installation is complete, click Finish to close the installation wizard.

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