Commit SQL Database for Trial Users

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Setup > Commit SQL Database for Trial Users

Introduction

The following documents explains how to install a trial of the SQL Database for CommitCRM. Using this requires contacting the CommitCRM Support team in order to receive trial licenses for the SQL Database for CommitCRM.

Installation Instructions

Please follow the instructions bellow to install SQL in trial mode.


Log in as an Administrator, and run the installation file on your server. The following window is displayed:

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 an evaluation Authorization code', and enter your authorization code.

Click Next.


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In the Registered Owner field, enter or the name of your business. Select Automatic Startup, and click Next.


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Once the registration is complete, the following window is displayed:


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Click Exit.


Verifying the installation:

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

If you have any program control software installed on your server, remember to allow the Advantage Database Server to act as a server.

In order to start/stop the database server, start and stop the service (named Advantage Database Server) from the Service Manager window (Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services). Make sure that no one is using CommitCRM when you stop the service.


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Congratulations! You have installed the SQL Database for CommitCRM.

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