Commit SQL Database Installation Guide

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Introduction

The following document contains instructions for installing the SQL Database for CommitCRM add-on product.

Installation Instructions

Please follow the instructions bellow to install SQL Database for CommitCRM.


Run the installation file on your server using an Administrator user. The following window will open:

Click Next.


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Use the default installation folder and just click Next.


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Type your serial number (not the one displayed bellow), check 'I have a product validation code', and enter your validation code. You should leave the ‘Replication Code’ field empty.

Click Next.

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In the Registered Owner field, type 'Commit' or your business name. And select ‘Automatic Startup’.


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After the registration has completed successfully the following window is displayed: If the Advantage Configuration Utility will appear, just exit from it.


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Verifying the installation:

The SQL Database for CommitCRM runs on the server as a service called 'Advantage Database Server'.

If you have any program control software installed on your server remember to allow this service to act as a server.

In order to start / stop the database server simply start and stop the service (called 'Advantage Database Server') from the Service Manager window (control panel -> administrative tools -> services). Please make sure no one is using CommitCRM when you stop the service.


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Done! SQL Database for CommitCRM is installed.

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