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Moving iServer Express Volume to a different location

edited February 29, 2008 in DevShare
<p><span title=\"By default iServer Express comes with a single Encyclopedia volume that is stored within your installation folder. Often times you wish to move over this volume folder to a different folder location (to a network drive or may be on the same drive but in a different location). Assuming you did a typical install on windows the following instructions will help you move the volume to a different location.\">By default iServer Express comes with a single Encyclopedia volume that is stored within your installation folder. Often times you wish to move over this volume folder to a different folder location (to a network drive or may be on the same drive but in a different location). Assuming you did a typical install on windows the following instructions will help you move the volume to a different location.</span></p>
<p><span style=\"font-family: Verdana,Geneva,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: xx-small;\">1. Open you windows service manager and shut down iServer Express service.<br /><br />2. You can find the default volume under “C:Program FilesActuate9iServerencyc”<br /><br />3. Move this folder to a new location (You may change the folder name form encyc to something else. The remaining instructions will refer to it as “VolumeName”)<br /><br />4. Open “C:Program FilesActuate9iServeretcacserverconfig.xml” in a text editor<br /><br />5. Set you new volume name attribute under element structure: Config => Volumes => Volume<br />(e.g. Name=\"VolumeName\")<br /><br />6. Change RequesterRSAPIVolume attribute under element structure Config => Servers => Server<br />(e.g. RequesterRSAPIVolume=\"VolumeName\")<br /><br />7. Update your new location of the volume under Config => Servers => Server => ServerFileSystemSettings => ServerFileSystemSetting <br />(e.g. Path=\"C:MyDirectoryVolumeName\")<br /><br />8. Start iServer Express service from service manager<br /><br />9. Log in into management cosole and verify that iServer is picking up volume from new location<br /><br />Ashwini</span></p>

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