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  1. Installing Perception on a multi-tiered Linux/Unix and Windows environment

    system if you use a firewall and require Perception to be available outside of the firewall. The ... To install Perception in a multi-tiered environment with QPLA on a Unix/Linux server you will need to ... configurations tasks. It is recommended that you install Perception Server in a multi-tiered environment in the ...

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  2. Upgrading from Perception Version 5.1 in a multi-tiered environment

    The following section provides details about how to upgrade your installation of Perception 5 if ... the other Perception tiers are installed on a Windows server Windows / Windows Where QPLA is installed ... on one Windows server and the remaining Perception tiers are installed on another Windows server This ...

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  3. Upgrading from Perception 5.1 or 5.2

    This section relates to upgrading from Perception 5.1 or 5.2, provided you meet the following ... criteria: You have installed Perception 5.1 or 5.2 on Windows Server 2008 (or 2008 R2, 32-bit or 64-bit) You ... version of Perception. To upgrade to Perception 5.4, you will need to: Install the necessary prerequisites ...

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  4. Upgrading from Perception Version 5.1 on a single server

    If you are upgrading Perception from version 5.1 to version 5.2, you must: Restart your Perception ... Backup templates and other modified files Backing up your templates and other modified files Perception ... C:\Perception5\Repositories\shared\<MyRepository>\resources\system\css C:\Perception ...

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  5. Creating a load-balanced Perception installation

    This page includes the following sections: What does load balancing Perception mean? System ... Perception environment, meaning that your environment will include the following: Perception server ... 1 Perception 5.4 will be installed on this server Perception's software prerequisites will be installed on ...

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  6. Controlling Perception externally using the QMWISe API

    Perception without having to use tools such as Enterprise Manager. QMWISe provides a set of web service ... a participant in the database within the Perception shared repository and returns a set of details stored for ... a web server and processes the requests sent to it. It interacts with the database within a Perception ...

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  7. Installing Perception on a multi-tiered Linux/Unix and Windows environment

    system if you use a firewall and require Perception to be available outside of the firewall. The ... To install Perception in a multi-tiered environment with QPLA on a Unix/Linux server you will need to ... configurations tasks. It is recommended that you install Perception Server in a multi-tiered environment in the ...

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  8. 17. Migrate settings from the Perception Application Server to the ETL Services Server

    After Perception has been installed and configured, you will need to copy the relevant ... configuration settings from the Perception Application Server to the ETL Services Server. This is partly ... (x86)\Questionmark\Perception5\Configuration\ImportExport  on the Perception Application Server Right-click on the  export.bat  file and click  Run as ...

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  9. ADV4. Folder permissions for Perception

    The folder access rights required for Perception are automatically set during installation. This ... the access rights manually. The following default folders are created/used by Perception: A  -  ... Installation folder  (Default:  C:\Program Files\Questionmark\Perception5  and all sub-folders) B  -  ...

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  10. 20. Migrating settings from the Perception Application Server to the ETL Services Server

    After Perception has been installed and configured, you will need to copy the relevant ... configuration settings from the Perception Application Server to the ETL Services Server. This is partly ... Files\Questionmark\Perception5\Configuration\ImportExport  (or Program Files (x86) on a 64-bit machine) on the Perception Application Server Right-click on ...

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