Ask AssetTrack Mobile users to upload their collected data
Ask above users to refrain from collecting new data during this upgrade
Ask Asset Manager(s) to clear the queue (via Console application), if possible If not possible, publish the data in the queue after the upgrade
Shutdown the Server
Stop all AssetTrack processes on the IIS server
Ensure AssetTrack is shutdown
Perform a "full database" backup of the AssetTrack database on the SQL server
Back up the "AssetTrack Server" folder on the IIS server The default location is C:\Program Files\AMI\AssetTrack Server
Download the Upgrades
Retrieve the link to your upgrades; AssetTrackSetup.exe, AssetTrackWebApi.msi, AssetTrackWebClient.msi, ImportService.exe, submitted by your AMI representative (submit a request to AMI Support if you did not receive this)
Download the upgrades on to the IIS server machine
Run the upgrade AssetTrackSetup.exe
Agree to the terms of the licensing agreements, and continue
Select the option to Install AssetTrack Server
Specify the desired database settings, and continue:
Database Server: Name of the database server hosting AssetTrack database
Database Name: Name of the AssetTrack database for the web application to connect to
Username and Password: The SQL Server login credentials for AssetTrack Server to use for its daily work. These were created when setting up AssetTrack Database
Observe the server install dialog
Specify theinstall and virtual directories, and continue:
Install Directory: Directory where AssetTrack will be installed
Virtual Directory: IIS Virtual Directory where AssetTrack will be installed (we recommend using the default value).
Specify the desiredsecurity option, and continue:
AssetTrack Security: (default setting) Specifying this option, every user will have their own AssetTrack username and password, and will be prompted to login when accessing the server. Specify this setting if you do not have a Windows domain or you do not want AssetTrack users to be associated to Windows users.
Windows Security:Specifying this option, users will log in using their AD account information. If this option is selected, the server needs to be on the same domain or a trusted domain as the users.
Agree to run the Database Upgrade scripts.
Select command to finish the installation
Upgrade AssetTrack Client and API
Open the Control Panel and uninstall the WebApi and WebClient.
If you are upgrading to 4.10+ version, skip to step 5.
Install the WebApi, instructions for installations can be found here.
Install the WebClient, instructions for installations can be found here. The AssetTrack API and client are now installed. You can now move on to the import service installation.
Run the AssetTrack 4 Installer and follow the on screen prompts.
Upgrade Import Service
Run the upgradeImportService.exe
Specify the pathway to your current Import Service folder.
Specify the SQL database information.
Confirm the installation.
Restart the Server
On the IIS server, restart all services that were shutdown before upgrade.
Launch the AssetTrack website to confirm upgrade was successful. Version number can be found at the top right of the webpage.
Launch the AssetTrack application to confirm that it can connect to the server.