Sage 300 ERP: Environment setup and configuration

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Learn tips and tricks for setting up and configuring complex environments for Sage 300 ERP. Points discussed include Web Servers, Web Deployment, connected services, environment hazards, optimization …

Learn tips and tricks for setting up and configuring complex environments for Sage 300 ERP. Points discussed include Web Servers, Web Deployment, connected services, environment hazards, optimization for multiple company and location access, and much more.

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  • 1. Sage 300 ERPEnvironment Setup and Configuration Tips and Tricks
  • 2. Introduction• Peter Singh Customer Support Specialist• Learn tips and tricks for setting up and configuring complex environments for Sage 300 ERP. We will discuss key topics such as Web Servers, Web Deployment, connected services, environment hazards, optimization for multiple company and location access, and much more.• Follow Sage 300 ERP Customer Support: @sage300erpcs• Sage 300 ERP Community: http://community.sageaccpac.com/• Follow me on Twitter: <https://twitter.com/#!/sinpa01
  • 3. Agenda• Microsoft SQL 2008 R2 Express• Microsoft SQL 2012 Server• Web Deployment• Web Portal• Firewall, Permission and Security• Terminal Server• SQL Server Maintenance
  • 4. Microsoft SQL 2008 R2 Express• Pervasive Workgroup v SQL 2008 R2 Express• System Requirements o Windows 7, 2003 & 2008 Server o 32bit or 64bit 1GHz or faster (2 GHz or faster is recommended.) o Minimum of 512 MB of RAM (2 GB or more is recommended.) o 2.2 GB of available hard disk space• Limitations: o Maximum 10 GB per database o Uses no more than 1 processor o Uses no more than 1 GB of internal memory
  • 5. Microsoft SQL 2012 Server• Sage 300 ERP 2012 supports SQL Native Client 10 & 11• Improved Finder when using SQL Case-Sensitive Collation o SQL_Latin1_General_Bin v SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS o If you use Microsoft SQL with case-sensitive collation, you can now set up the Finder to show records in search results that do not exactly match the case of text you enter in the Filter field. To set up the Finder so that search results include all case variations of text you specify: o In the Sage 300 ERP Runtime folder, edit a4w.ini. o Under [A4WSQLS], add "ForceCaseInsensitiveLike=yes". o Knowledgebase #201-1000971.
  • 6. Web Deployment on Windows 2008 Server• Roles o Web Server (IIS) • Select all options in Application Development• Anonymous User o Full Rights to the ERP 300 Programs & Sharedata Folder• Signon Manager o Ports • 9000-9180 • A4wossup2.exe Smdotnet.exe
  • 7. Web Portal• IIS Issues on Windows 2003 Server o Portal Folder Not Created In IIS o ISAPI Filter - KB# 210-32278• Opening the Portal Page no Sign On o Error 404 - KB#210-31903• Tomcat does Not Start o Reboot Server o Version of Java – Update/Roll Back• Company List Does Not Show o Permissions
  • 8. Firewall, Permission and Security• Firewall o Inbound & Outbound Rule • SQL 1433 • Web Deployment• Permissions o Sage 300 ERP Programs o Sage 300 Share Data o Common Files• Security o UAC set to Low o Anti-Virus
  • 9. Terminal/Citrix Server• Reduce Hardware Maintenance Costs• Energy Efficiency• Easy to Upgrade• Service Pack Updates• Save Time Resources• Load Balance o Add Server Balance Users
  • 10. SQL Server Maintenance• Backups o Schedule Backups Under Management - Maintenance Wizard• Max Performance o Simple v Full Recovery Model o Separate locations for the MDF and LDF Files o RAID 1• Truncating Logs o Increases Performance• Re-Index o Dump & Load Data
  • 11. Questions• Presenter Contact Information: – Peter Singh – Peter.Singh@sage.com• Follow us on Twitter: @Sage300ERPCSThank you for your participation.