This tutorial walks you through installing, configuring, validating, and patching TIBCO Spotfire Web Player. You should go through this tutorial after completing TIBCO Spotfire Server INSTALLATION and DEPLOYMENT.
TIBCO Spotfire Web Player Server runs on Microsoft Windows 2008 Server, 64-bit. It requires that Microsoft .NET Framework version 4.0 is installed, configured, and allowed on the Web Player.
Before you run the Web Player Server installer, you must have IIS installed and configured. Additionally, you must have ASP.NET 4.0 enabled. For more information on requirements, see the TIBCO Spotfire Web Player Installation and Configuration Manual, and review the information provided at https://support.spotfire.com/sr.asp.
You have installed TIBCO Spotfire Web Player. The next step is to validate it. We recommend you close all applications in your environment before continuing.
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We have now validated the Spotfire Web Player.
We can now complete the installation by installing TIBCO Spotfire Statistics Services. We recommend to close all applications in the environment before continuing.
Before you apply any patches to the Web Player, prepare it for the update. You can check the Spotfire support site for the latest versions.
Patching the Spotfire Web Player requires that you have installed the latest patch for Spotfire Professional, if one exists.
Note: Be sure to follow any Web Player specific instructions in the file Administrator EssentialsPatchesSpotfireTIBCO_Spotfire.htm.
3. Under , change the following variables, as follows:
Note: See the section Deploying Extensions and Upgrades in the Web Player Installation and Configuration Manual for a detailed reference for the values contained in the configuration file.
4. Save the file.
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5. From this directory, at the command prompt, issue the following command:
Part 3: Verify the Patch
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