Environment Set Up for Web Gateway
Step 1: Go to Control Panel > Programs > Turn Windows features on or off.
Step 2: Turn on necessary Windows Features
Step 3: Extract the files in the ZIP and copy the contents to the following location:
NOTE: The location above should only contain the contents shown below:
Setting the Database Locations
Step 1: Go to C:\WebGatewayMVC2020\ClientBin. and Run SetDataLocation.exe
Step 2: Click on New.
Step 3: Click Yes for a SQL Server connection.
Step 4: Fill out the SQL server connection information and Click Save.
NOTE: These are brief descriptions of what the fields and options are in this tool:
Description: Used to define the “Choose Lab” drop-down box presented in Web
Gateway at login.
Authentication: If you are using SQL Server authentication to connect to the database, select that option from the drop-down, else you can select Windows Authentication.
User Name: if using SQL Server authentication, enter the user name for the account you will be using to connect to the database. If Windows Authentication, this field will be grayed out.
Password: if using SQL Server authentication, enter the password for the account you will be using to connect to the database. If Windows Authentication, this field will be grayed out.
Database: Select the drop-down to see a list of databases available (it may take a few seconds to populate). Select the AccuSQL database you will be using for this connection.
Test Connection: Click this button to test your database connection. If it returns with anything other than Test Connection Succeeded, check your connection information again and retest.
Use as Default: This will be the first database connection to show in the list.
Step 5: Select the local lab you want to be available in the drop-down box at sign-in on Web Gateway. After you have made your selection, Click OK.
Step 6: You will be brought back to this window. Click Save and then Click Close.
TIP: You can set up multiple local labs by following Steps 1 - 5 of Setting the Database Locations.
Setting the Email Server Connections
Step 1: Go to C:\WebGatewayMVC18\ClientBin and Run GetEmailSettings.exe
Step 2: Fill out the email server connection information and Click Save.
Email server connection
information will be used to email appointment confirmations to students and/or tutors
when appointments are scheduled (or canceled) using Web Gateway.
Step 3: Close out of the application by clicking the X on the upper-right hand corner.
Adding the Application to Internet Information Services (IIS)
Step 1: Add a new Application Pool.
Step 2: Fill out the Name and set .NET CLR to Version v4.0.30319. Click OK.
Step 3: Select the application pool, right-click, and choose Advanced Settings.
Step 4: Set Enable
32-bit Applications to True and click OK.
Step 5: Right-click Default Web Site and choose Add Application.
Step 6: Name the Alias, Select the Application Pool that was created, and Set the Physical path to the root folder on which Web Gateway MVC was installed.
Click Test Settings.
- You may get this pop-up after clicking Test Settings so just click Close if everything does not pass correctly.
- Click Connect As...
- Select the Specific User option and click the Set... button.
- Verify that the <domain>\<username> has Read/Write/Modify access to the install folder or the Web Gateway MVC physical path, as well as Read/Write/Modify permissions on the AccuSQL database. Click OK when done.
- You will return to the Add Application window. Click Test Settings once again.
- You should see all green check-marks if they pass the Authentication and Authorization requirements and then simply click Close.
If all is good simply click OK to exit this screen.
Step 7: Select the WebGatewayMVC application and click Browse *:80 (HTTP).
Step 8: Done! Students can begin using Web Gateway!