Server Configuration Windows

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Configure Server

Before you configure the C3Fire server do the Test C3Fire server so that you know that the first installation step did work.

The configuration you need to do is only to set the IP number that your server computer have.

Find the server computer's IP number

Start the command prompt by writing command prompt in the windows search tool.

C3fire-config-install-windows-search.png

In the command promp start the program ipconfig. It will give you the server computer ip numper in the field IPv4 Address.

IP Number

Example, 192.168.1.1

Run the configuration program

The IP numbers can be set by running a program that updates the IP number in all C3Fire configuration files.
The configuration program is located in folder ...\C3LearningLabs\Tools\Config\.

Example: C:\C3LearningLabs\Tools\Config\

Configuration Tool

You should edit the configuration file for the configuration program. The configuration file is located at ...\C3LearningLabs\Tools\Config\config.xml.

Example : C:\C3LearningLabs\Tools\Config\config.xml.

Change the IP number in the argument that is labelled New and save the file.

Example, If your server computer have the ip number 192.168.1.1 :

<Search>
Replace Find="127.0.0.1" New="192.168.1.1"
</Search>

Run the configuration program ...\C3LearningLabs\Tools\Config\config.bat
The configuration program changes the IP number in all configuration files from the value in argument Find to the value defined in the argument New.

Now, configuration is done. It is now time to try if the system is working on the server computer.


Test C3Fire Server

The C3Fire server can be started with the program C3FireServer.exe or script file C3FireServer.bat in the server folder.

Example : C:\C3LearningLabs\C3Fire\Server\C3FireServer.exe.
Example : C:\C3LearningLabs\C3Fire\Server\C3FireServer.bat.

The C3Fire server can also be stared with the shortcut "C3Fire Server" on your desktop.

Start Server  Start Server


After some startup processes the C3Fire server should write 'C3Fire Server Running'.

C3Fire Server

If the C3Fire server does not start go to Troubleshooting C3Fire Server.

Test Web Server

When the C3Fire server is started, a preconfigurated Jetty web server also, automatically, is started.
The Jetty web server uses the standard web server port 8380.
The Jetty web server is visible on your screen as a black command window.
Do not close this before you close the C3Fire Server.

Apache Server

If the Apache web server does not give any error messages in the black command window then it is running.
You can test the web server by surfing to the server computer with a web browser.

Surf to : local host http://127.0.0.1:8380/

If the Jetty web server does not start go to Troubleshooting Jetty Server.


Test C3Fire Client

Start C3Fire client on the server computer. This is done by starting the program

...\C3LearningLabs\C3Fire\Client\Application\C3FireClient.exe

or script file

...\C3LearningLabs\C3Fire\Client\Application\C3FireClient.bat


Example : C:\C3LearningLabs\C3Fire\Client\Application\C3FireClient.exe.
Example : C:\C3LearningLabs\C3Fire\Client\Application\C3FireClient.bat

It is also possible to start a client by activating shortcut "C3Fire Client" on your desktop.

More information about starting a client can be found in Start System documentation.

Start Client  Start Server

After some startup processes the C3Fire client should open the following window.

C3Fire Server

If the C3Fire client does not start go to Troubleshooting C3Fire.


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