To get started we need to:
The EASA Server comes with a builtin running database.
1. Let's start by looking at the off-the-shelf configuration.
Use this page to configure EASA to use an external database for this tutorial, StockData is already configured.
2. Let's run a test query to confirm that the data we need is available.
A results set should appear as below,
3. We have now confirmed that:
To see StockData from a remote EASAP Server, change the URL from 'localhost' to an IP address or hostname
If the Excel Server software was installed on the EASA Server during installation, then we may skip to Session 2.
For this tutorial, we need to configure an active Excel Server. The Excel Server component must be installed on a Windows computer, which has 32-bit version of Microsoft Excel installed on it.
For instructions to install Excel Server software see Add a new Compute Server or Excel Server
1. Once the Excel Server software has been installed, we open the Compute Server Config Tool.
2. At this point we will need to install the EASA Client software, if it is not already installed:
3. Let's launch the Compute Server Configuration Tool:
4. Let's check the status of our Excel Server.
The database and the Excel Server are now configured.
Let's continue to Session 2