There are two ways to configure the Advanced Web Ranking Server, one using the AWR Server interface and the second one by editing the [server.xml] file.
The [server.xml] file can be found under the [AWR User Data] directory.
By default [server.xml] looks like this:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <CONFIG> <HOST>Host IP address</HOST> <PORT>7777</PORT> <LOG_FILE_LEVEL>INFO</LOG_FILE_LEVEL> <PERMISSIONS/> </CONFIG>
From this file you can set the IP address of your server as the host, the listen port and the log file level.
If you later need to start/stop the service manually, or change any of its configuration properties, here is what you need to do:
Go to Program Files -> Caphyon -> Advanced Web Ranking and click on the Server Configuration shortcut. From the same shortcut, you can configure the Server port and the location of the Server data folder.
The service will automatically restart when you change any of the configuration parameters.
Go to Applications -> Advanced Web Ranking Server Management and click on the "Server Configuration" application.
You need to run the "restart.command" every time you change the server settings using the "Server Configuration".
The "uninstall.command" is used to remove the Advanced Web Ranking server from your services list, so that it will no longer start when the system starts up.
Go to the folder where you installed Advanced Web Ranking and run the AWRServerConfig.sh shell script to launch the Server Configuration application.
You need to restart the awrserver service in order for the changes to take effect:
Once you finish setting up the server use the following instructions to connect your client license to the server: Connect Advanced Web Ranking client to server.