With the SQL and SSAS configurations completed in Part 1, we can now finish the setup process by installing Kepion on the Web Server.
1. Go to the Kepion Resource Center > Software Downloads.
2. Open the latest version folder.
3. Download the Kepion Setup x64.zip.
4. Unzip the setup folder and run the Kepion Planning.msi on your Web Server machine.
5. Select Next.
6. Select I accept the terms in the License Agreement and click Next.
7. (Optional) Select Change... if you want to specify a different destination folder for the installation.
8. Select Next.
9. Click Install.
10. Click Finish to exit the Installation Wizard.
The Kepion Configuration Wizard should immediately open after closing the Installation window. In the event that it doesn't, open it manually through the Windows Start menu.
Tip: Is the Configuration Wizard failing to load? Check out this article to fix the issue.
1. Select Next.
2. For a brand new installation, select Create a new Kepion System database. If this is not the first time this web server is being configured for deployment, select Connect to an existing Kepion System database.
3. Select Next.
Tip: Click here to jump to connecting to an existing Kepion System database.
Create a new System Database
1. Enter your SQL Server Name.
Tip: If you'd like to rename Kepion_System, finish installing Kepion first and follow the instructions in this article.
2. Select Next.
3. Enter the username and password of your Kepion Service Identity Account. This is the Kepion SI we previously created and will be the account that runs the Web Server and the connection to both the SQL and the SSAS Servers.
4. Select Next.
5. Click Finish to open Kepion!
Connect to an Existing System Database
1. Enter your SQL Server Name and select a Database from the dropdown.
2. Enter the username and password of your Kepion Service Account. This is the Kepion SI we previously created and will be the account that runs the Web Server and the connection to both the SQL and the SSAS Servers.
3. Select Next.
4. Click Finish to open Kepion!
Tip: Do you see a 503 Error when you open Kepion in your browser? Check out this article to fix the issue.
Once all of the above has been configured to meet your requirements, we strongly recommend you go through our Setup Checklist to ensure you have properly installed Kepion.
Afterward, you can look at the Sample Apps section to get ideas and inspiration on what you can create, or look into our Modeler Tutorial or Video Tutorials series to follow along with the design, development, and deployment of a Kepion App.
If you have additional questions, or more specific setup concerns and requirements, check out our troubleshooting articles on setting up Kepion. If you have a question that hasn't been answered in this series, please send us a support request and we'll do our best to help out.