Downloading and installing Data360 Analyze - Data360_Analyze - 3.12

Data360 Analyze Desktop Installation

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Data360 Analyze Desktop Installation
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If you are upgrading from a previous version of Data360 Analyze, please see Upgrading to the latest version of Data360 Analyze . If you have no previous installation of Data360 Analyze, please follow the steps below:

  1. Download the software from:
  2. If you have downloaded the free version of the software, a default license file will be provided during installation. In this case, you can skip to step 3.

    If you have purchased Data360 Analyze Professional Desktop or Data360 Analyze Power Desktop you will receive a welcome email with a link to activate your license:

    1. From the machine that you will be installing Data360 Analyze on, click the link provided, then enter your machine's Hostname (Computer name).
    2. Click the blue Activate button.
    3. Download the license file by clicking the green Download button, then save the license file in a safe location as you will need to reference the location during installation.
  3. Note: The end user who will be running Data360 Analyze should be logged onto the machine for installation.

    Right-click the application installation file and select Run as administrator. If you do not have administrative privileges, an admin user can enter their credentials to allow the installation to continue.

    The installer will guide you through the process step by step. The key steps are called out below.

  4. On the Installation Type screen, select Local User if you will be the only user of Data360 Analyze on this computer, or select All Users if you want Data360 Analyze to be available to anyone who logs onto this computer.

  5. If you have previously had an installation of this version of Data360 Analyze and have a backup file that you want to restore to, when prompted, select Restore from a backup then browse to the backup file. For more information, see Restoring from a backup.

    Note: The backup / restore facility can only be used to restore your system to a previously known state on the same version. For example, if you are installing Data360 Analyze 3.4.3, you can only restore to a backup file that was created on a 3.4.3 installation.
  6. If you are installing the free version of Data360 Analyze, when prompted click Next on the Data360 Analyze Configuration screen to apply the default license.

    Or, if you have purchased a Data360 Analyze Professional Desktop or Data360 Analyze Power Desktop license, enter the path to your Data360 Analyze License File that you downloaded in step 2, then click Next.

  7. When asked if you want to change the location where temporary execution data is stored, ensure that you choose a location with sufficient space. This is temporary data that is created when nodes run and can become very large over time. By default, temporary execution data is stored in the \site\data\executions folder. If you want to choose a different location, select Change default location for temporary execution data? then navigate to the folder that you want to use.

  8. If you selected All Users in step 4, and want a Data360 Analyze desktop icon to be visible for all users, select Create shortcuts for all users on the Select Start Menu Folder screen.

  9. If you will be using the Automation Services (scheduling) feature, it is recommended that you select Start Data360 Analyze on logon when prompted.

  10. If one or more of the default ports is in use, the installer will ask you to provide an alternative. Enter any number that is not already in use, for example, for the Data360 Analyze server, you could try 7732.

  11. If you are restoring to a backup file, after installation, complete the following additional steps:
    1. Stop the server, see Starting and stopping the Data360 Analyze Server.
    2. Move the executions folder that you copied before uninstalling (see Uninstalling Data360 Analyze ) back into the Data360 Analyze\site\data directory which you will find in the following location:
      • If you selected Local User during installation, move the executions folder to:

        %LOCALAPPDATA%\Data360 Analyze\site\data

      • If you selected All Users during installation, move the executions folder to:

        C:\ProgramData\Data360 Analyze\site\data

    3. Restart the server, see Starting and stopping the Data360 Analyze Server.
  12. Launch Data360 Analyze, see Launching the software and accessing help.