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Installing and deploying the SharePoint connector

All Connectors 4 have a Windows installer download option.

The Installer provides an easy and intuitive way to configure your Connectors 4. Your results will be a configuration file and start up script created in the connector installation directory.

Note: If you want to run the connector as a Windows Service, please review How to use prunsrv to create a service.

To install the connector:

  1. Double-click on sp-install-4.1.0.exe.

    Depending on your security settings you may need to start the installation with Administrator privileges.

  2. At the following screen, click Next:

  3. On the following screen, you can specify most of the configuration parameters:

    Configuration settings

    1. GSA Hostname or IP address

      Parameter Details:

      Configuration file equivalent: gsa.hostname
      Mandatory: Yes
      Default value: N/A

    2. SharePoint Server URL:

      Parameter Details:

      Configuration file equivalent: sharepoint.server
      Mandatory: Yes
      Default value: N/A

    3. Adaptor port

      Parameter Details:

      Configuration file equivalent: server.port
      Mandatory: No
      Default value: 5678

    4. Dashboard port

      Parameter Details:

      Configuration file equivalent: server.dashboardPort
      Mandatory: No
      Default value: 5679

    5. Maximum Java Heap size

      Parameter Note: This is the JVM startup Max Java Heap parameter, which you can change in the run.bat file.

  4. After finishing the configuration page, specify the directory where the connector will be installed:

  5. Next, you are asked if the connector should create Start Menu shortcuts:

  6. At the end you see the summary page:

  7. After installation is completed, the following files are created in the installation directory:

  8. Now you can start the connector by double-clicking the run.bat file.
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