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he first step in getting to know Axapta is installing it. If you are an end user or business decision maker, you might question the value of reading this chapter. In fact, often we meet consultants who work with Axapta on a daily basis but have never installed it. We even know system administrators and developers who feel uncomfortable with installing Axapta. This is no surprise it s a complex product, with a complex installation procedure that is essential to get right. However, we suggest that you read this chapter regardless of your relationship with Axapta. Working through the installation process is a quick and simple way to get an understanding of how the different software pieces fit together, and of their possibilities and limitations. This chapter covers the following topics: An overview of the hardware and software you need to install and use Axapta Database setup requirements Axapta installation on a new or clean system Modifying an existing installation The upgrade process and issues Service packs and hotfixes Ideally, you have a clean computer available so that you can actually work through this Axapta installation and all subsequent examples throughout the book. We recommend that you install, use, develop, upgrade, patch, and uninstall Axapta a few times practice makes perfect.
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Axapta itself is made up of three logical software components that are installed individually: Axapta client Axapta application Axapta Object Server (AOS)
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CHAPTER 2 AXAPTA INSTALLATION
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These can be installed in different combinations; for example, on the same physical computer system or distributed across different physical systems. As with any software package, Axapta has minimal requirements for the underlying hardware and software infrastructure. Furthermore, Axapta needs an operating system and a relational database, which, of course, have their own requirements.
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Note We do not take the requirements of the operating system or database you select into consideration here. Refer to the respective product documentation for those requirements, and read 21 of this book, which covers deployment, for a comprehensive overview of what you need to consider and for sizing guidelines.
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If you are a developer, system administrator, or a technically minded consultant installing a demo system, we recommend the following: Windows XP Professional, at least for the machines on which you plan to install server components. A minimum of an Intel Pentium III class 1GHz CPU or equivalent AMD; an Intel Pentium 4 is best. An Intel Pentium II class CPU will tax your patience and take the fun out of learning Axapta. A minimum of 512MB RAM more is better, particularly on the systems where you plan to install server components. A decent 17-inch screen. We recommend the largest screen you can get your hands on. If you are a developer, having a system with two 19-inch screens is really great when you need to debug and/or run other applications, like Visual Studio, side by side with Axapta. At least 10GB of hard disk space, depending on how many companies and databases you will be setting up. The more drive space, the better. If you can afford the luxury, then we also recommend a networked sandbox with two or even three machines, where you can experiment with installing different components on different machines, and later running code on the client or server side.
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Note The previous recommendations do not cover the requirements for the Axapta Web-based client, Enterprise
Portal. They are covered in 15.
Minimum Requirements
While we highly recommend that you get a setup that resembles the one suggested in the previous section, in real life the majority of people working with Axapta are customers i.e., end users who have neither the need nor the motivation to throw out their existing
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