SKF @ptitude Analyst Installation Installation Manual

SKF @ptitude Analyst Installation Installation Manual
SKF @ptitude Analyst Installation
Documents the Installation of @ptitude Software
and User Manuals
Supports Microlog Analyzer, Microlog Inspector, MARLIN, W V/T, WMx,
IMx and DMx
Part No. 32258600-EN
Revision B
Installation Manual
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@ptitude Observer, SKF @ptitude
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associated software or equipment
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or have been maintained in unsuitable
environmental conditions; or (iii)
Licensee has used the Software in
conjunction with other equipment,
hardware, software, or other
technology that created an adverse
impact on the operation, functioning,
or performance of the Software.
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programs described in the PSP literature or
other material from Licensor’s Product
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proprietary information, including trade
secrets, know-how and confidential
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user manuals and screens, to persons not
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PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW,
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LICENSOR.
(c)
The remedies set forth in this Section
7 are the exclusive remedies available
to Licensee for any problem in the
performance of the Software.
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(a)
Licensor warrants that the Software
will perform substantially in
accordance with its documentation for
a period of 180 days from the date of
shipment of the Software; provided,
however, that the foregoing warranty
8. LIMITATIONS ON LIABILITY
(a)
(b)
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EVENT WILL LICENSOR BE LIABLE
TO LICENSEE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL, PUNITIVE OR
OTHER SPECIAL DAMAGES, LOST
PROFITS, OR LOSS OF INFORMATION
SUFFERED BY LICENSEE ARISING
OUT OF OR RELATED TO THIS
AGREEMENT OR THE USE OF THE
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ACTION OF ANY KIND (INCLUDING
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STRICT LIABILITY, BREACH OF
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STATUTORY) EVEN IF LICENSOR HAS
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APPLY TO ALL CLAIMS MADE BY
LICENSEE RELATED TO OR ARISING
OUT OF LICENSEE’s USE OF THE
SOFTWARE, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, CLAIMS ALLEGING THAT
THE SOFTWARE, OR ANY
COMPONENT THEREOF, FAILED OF
ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE OR FAILED
IN SOME OTHER RESPECT.
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set forth in this Agreement and that
the same form an essential basis of
the bargain between the Parties.
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(a)
Term. This Agreement shall
commence on the Effective Date and
shall continue in existence until it is
terminated in accordance with Section
9(b) below.
(b)
Termination. Licensor may
terminate this Agreement and the
license conveyed hereunder in the
event that Licensee breaches any
provision, term, condition, or
limitation set forth in this Agreement,
including but not limited to the license
restrictions set forth in Section 2(d) of
this Agreement.
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(10) days after termination of this
Agreement and the license granted
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Licensor, at Licensee’s expense, the
Software and all copies thereof, and
deliver to Licensor a certification, in
writing signed by an officer of
Licensee, that all copies of the
Software have been returned to
Licensor and that Licensee has
discontinued its use of the Software.
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Licensee shall not assign or otherwise
transfer the Software or this Agreement to
anyone, including any parent, subsidiaries,
affiliated entities or third Parties, or as
part of the sale of any portion of its
business, or pursuant to any merger,
consolidation or reorganization, without
Licensor’s prior written consent. Any
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11. FORCE MAJEURE
Neither party shall be in default or
otherwise liable for any delay in or failure
of its performance under this Agreement if
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beyond its reasonable control, including
any act of God, any acts of the common
enemy, the elements, earthquakes, floods,
fires, epidemics, riots, failures or delay in
transportation or
communications;
provided, however, that lack of funds shall
not be deemed to be a reason beyond a
party’s reasonable control. The Parties
will promptly inform and consult with each
other as to any of the above causes that in
their judgment may or could be the cause
of a delay in the performance of this
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12. NOTICES
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delivered by depositing the notice in the
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requested, to the party’s last known
principal business address or to any other
address as the party may designate by
providing notice. The notice shall be
deemed delivered four (4) days after the
notice’s deposit in the mail, if such notice
has been sent by registered mail.
13. CHOICE OF LAW
This Agreement (including all Exhibits),
including its formation, execution,
interpretation, and performance, and the
rights and obligations of the Parties
hereunder, shall be governed by and
construed in accordance with the laws of
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
without regard to any conflicts of law (or
choice of law) principles thereof.
14. CONSENT TO JURISDICTION
In the event that either party initiates
litigation relating to or arising out of this
Agreement, Licensor and Licensee
irrevocably submit to the exclusive
jurisdiction of the state or federal court in
or for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for the
purposes of any suit, action or other
proceeding relating to arising out of this
Agreement or any transaction
contemplated hereby or thereby (“Legal
Proceedings”). Licensee further agree that
service of any process, summons, notice,
or document by U.S. registered mail to
such Party’s respective address shall be
effective service of process for any Legal
Proceeding. Licensor and Licensee
irrevocably and unconditionally waive any
objection to personal jurisdiction and/or
the laying of venue of any Legal
Proceeding in the state or federal court in
or for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and
hereby further irrevocably and
unconditionally agree not to plead, argue,
or claim in any such court that any Legal
Proceeding brought in any such court has
been brought in an inconvenient forum
and otherwise waive any and all objections
to the forum.
15. EXPORT CONTROLS
Licensee shall not export or reexport,
directly or indirectly, the Software without
complying with the export controls
imposed by the United States Export
Administration Act of 1979, as amended
(or any future U.S. export control
legislation) and the regulations
promulgated thereunder.
16. GOVERNMENT END USERS
If Licensee is acquiring the Software for or
on behalf of a subdivision of the U.S.
federal government, this Section 16 shall
apply. The Software was developed
completely at private expense, is existing
computer software, is a trade secret for all
purposes of the Freedom of Information
Act, is “restricted computer software” and
in all respects proprietary data belonging
solely to Licensor, and all rights are
reserved under the copyright laws of the
United States. Use, duplication, or
disclosure by the Government is subject to
restricted rights as set forth in
subparagraphs (a) through (d) of the
Commercial Computer Software Restricted
Rights clause at FAR 52.227-19, or for
DoD units, the restrictions as set forth in
subparagraph (c)(1)(ii) of the Rights in
Technical Data and Computer Software
clause at DFARS 252.227-7013.
17. TRADEMARKS
Licensee agrees that SKF @ptitude
Analyst, SKF @ptitude Inspector, SKF
@ptitude Observer, SKF @ptitude Decision
Support or any other software within the
SKF @ptitude family suite and the trade
dress, logos and other designations of
source used by Licensor to identify the
Software are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Licensor. Licensee shall not
use Licensor’s trademarks or service
marks without the prior written consent of
Licensor. If the Software contains any
active links to web sites, you agree to
maintain such active links and not redirect
or modify them.
Agreement.
(d)
Severability. If any provision of this
Agreement is invalid, illegal or
unenforceable under any applicable
statute or rule of law, it is to that
extent to be deemed omitted. The
remainder of the Agreement shall be
valid and enforceable to the
maximum extent possible.
(e)
Read and Understood. Each party
acknowledges that it has read and
understands this Agreement and
agrees to be bound by its terms.
(f)
Limitations Period. No action
arising under, or related to, this
Agreement, may be brought by
either party against the other more
than two (2) years after the cause of
action accrues, unless the cause of
action involves death or personal
injury.
(g)
Attorneys’ Fees. In the event any
litigation is brought by either party in
connection with this Agreement, the
prevailing party in such litigation will
be entitled to recover from the other
party all the costs, reasonable
attorneys’ fees, and other expenses
incurred by such prevailing party in
the litigation.
(h)
Authorized Representative. The
person installing or using the
Software on behalf of Licensee
represents and warrants that he or
she is legally authorized to bind
Licensee and commit Licensee to the
terms of this Agreement.
18. GENERAL PROVISIONS
(a) Complete Agreement. The Parties
agree that this Agreement is the
complete and exclusive statement of
the agreement between the Parties,
which supersedes and merges all
prior proposals, understandings and
all other agreements, oral or written,
between the Parties relating to the
use of the Software.
(b)
(c)
Amendment. This Agreement may
not be modified, altered or amended
except by written instrument duly
executed by both Parties. Any
purchase orders or other ordering
documents issued to Licensee by
Licensor shall not have the effect of
amending or modifying this
Agreement, and shall only serve to
memorialize the number of licenses
or products ordered by Licensee. In
the event of a conflict between the
PSP Policies and this Agreement, the
terms of this Agreement shall
control.
Waiver. The waiver or failure of
either party to exercise in any
respect any right provided for in this
Agreement shall not be deemed a
waiver of any further right under this
Injunctive Relief. Licensee agrees that
Licensor may suffer irreparable harm as a result
of a violation of Sections 2, 4, 6, 10, 15, and 17
of this Agreement and that monetary damages
in such event would be substantial and
inadequate to compensate Licensor.
Consequently, Licensor shall be entitled to seek
and obtain, in addition to such other monetary
relief as may be recoverable at law or in equity,
such injunctive other equitable relief as may be
necessary to restrain any threatened,
continuing, or further breach by Licensee
without showing or proving actual damages
sustained by Licensor and without posting a
bond.
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Table of Contents
Installation
1
Important - How to Facilitate a Quick, Easy
Product Installation! ..............................................1-1
Hardware Requirements..........................................1-3
Technical Support .....................................................1-4
Planning the Installation ..........................................1-4
Upgrading an Existing Version of the Software ....1-9
Initiating the Installation Process......................... 1-14
Installing Prerequisite Applications...................... 1-15
Database Installation ............................................. 1-16
Installing the SKF @ptitude Analyst
Applications.......................................................... 1-19
What’s the Next Step?........................................... 1-24
SKF @ptitude Analyst Configuration Tool
2
Database Configuration Options .............................2-1
Database Type...........................................................2-2
Change Database ......................................................2-9
Update Database.................................................... 2-12
Run SQL Script ....................................................... 2-13
SKF @ptitude Analyst Configuration Tool........... 2-14
General Configuration ........................................... 2-14
SKF @ptitude HMI Connection ............................. 2-15
SKF @ptitude Transaction Service ...................... 2-16
SKF @ptitude Monitor Recovery .......................... 2-18
SKF @ptitude Thin Client Transfer...................... 2-19
SKF @ptitude Analyst License Key Manager...... 2-20
SKF @ptitude IMx Service..................................... 2-21
SKF @ptitude Microlog Service ............................ 2-24
SKF @ptitude WMx Service .................................. 2-27
SMTP Settings........................................................ 2-30
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Installing SKF @ptitude Analyst Thin Client
Transfer
3
Installation Maintenance
4
Removing your Installation...................................... 4-1
SKF @ptitude Analyst License Key Manager
A
Overview..................................................................... A-1
SKF @ptitude Analyst System Connection
Diagram
TOC - 2
B
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Installation
Important - How to Facilitate a Quick, Easy Product Installation!
The information in this section is provided to point you in the right direction to help
guarantee the easiest possible installation.
Varying Procedures for First Time Installations, Application
Upgrades, and Product Maintenance Releases
Note that there are various types of software installations; for example, first time
installations vs. product upgrades vs. product maintenance releases. The SKF
@ptitude Analyst Installation and Upgrade Matrix below overviews specific
installation steps you will take depending on your situation. Review this matrix and
proceed as described for your type of installation.
SKF @ptitude Analyst Installation and
Upgrade Matrix
Uninstall Application (but not the databases)
(described in Chapter 5, Installation
Maintenance / Removing Your Installation)
Run Prerequisites (described in Chapter 1,
Installation / Installing Prerequisite
Applications)
Install Database Manager (described in
Chapter 1, Installation / Database
Installation)
Install Application (described in Chapter 1,
Installation / Installing the SKF @ptitude
Analyst Applications)
From the Configuration Tool – Acquire the
Demo database, specify the database type,
and connect the database to @ptitude
Analyst (described in Chapter 2, SKF
@ptitude Analyst Configuration Tool /
Database Configuration Options /
Database Type)
From the Configuration Tool, Update
Database (described in Chapter 2, SKF
@ptitude Analyst Configuration Tool /
Database Configuration Options / Update
DB)
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Installation
Application
Upgrade
(i.e., from
v6.0 to v7.0)
Maintenance
Release
(installed from
downloaded
file)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X - run the
downloaded
file
X
X
X
X
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Important - How to Facilitate a Quick, Easy Product Installation!
A Note about Installation CDs
In your SKF @ptitude Monitoring Suite packaging, you will find a case containing one
or more CDs / DVDs, depending on the product(s) you have purchased. This
Installation manual documents the installation procedure for the SKF @ptitude
Analyst DVD, which installs SKF’s SKF @ptitude Analyst software that supports SKF’s
Microlog Analyzer, Microlog Inspector, MARLIN, IMx, TMU, CMU, LMU, MIM, WMx,
IMx, and DMx data acquisition devices. During the installation, license keys are used
to activate portions of the application specific to your purchase.
In addition to SKF @ptitude Analyst, end users may obtain license keys for one or
more add-on applications, which extend the features of SKF @ptitude Analyst. The
following add-on applications are automatically installed during the SKF @ptitude
Analyst installation procedure and activated based on license keys:
 HMI (SKF @ptitude Analyst Human Machine Interface)
 Trend Oil
 Work Notifications
 IT Security
 NT Authentication
Additional applications are available as separate installs that can be run once the SKF
@ptitude Analyst installation procedure is complete. These include:
 SKF @ptitude Decision Support
 SKF @ptitude Analyst Thin Client Transfer
 DMx Manager
The SKF @ptitude Analyst installation DVD provides a menu with links that install
Thin Client Transfer, @ptitude Decision Support, and DMx Manager.
Refer to the What to Install First heading, later in this section, for help with the
installation order.
A Note about User Manuals
Product user manuals are provided as Adobe Acrobat .pdf files. These .pdf version
user manuals are automatically installed with the software, and may be accessed
from the Windows Start menu. Prior to installation, manuals may be viewed from
the installation DVD by selecting the View Installation Manuals or View User
Manuals links on the installation menu.
Note that the Adobe Reader version 7.0 or newer is required and must be installed
to view and print the .pdf version manuals. Download Adobe Reader from the Adobe
website.
A Note about License Keys
License keys are found on the License Key letter inside the CD case.
License keys are used to enable the product(s) you have purchased. During
installation, you’ll be asked to enter your keys. Make sure you have them on hand
before starting the installation.
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Hardware Requirements
What to Install First
Use the following check list when installing SKF @ptitude Analyst and any add-on
applications:

Locate the SKF @ptitude Analyst installation DVD.

Ensure you have your license keys available.


Review the Planning the Installation section of this manual for important
pre-installation instructions and guidelines. During this step you will be
requested to install important prerequisite programs and a supported
database manager. You will need to restart your computer before
continuing with the installation.
Install SKF @ptitude Analyst, entering the appropriate license keys during
the installation process.
 The installation documentation is provided as both a printable .pdf
file and a help file. The help file provides the advantage of
hyperlinks that make it easier for you to progress down a specific
installation path. For this reason, you should consider using the
online help during the installation process. However, the help file
only provides details for the individual installation scripts and not
for the autorun steps (i.e., pre-requisites); therefore, we also
recommended that you print the .pdf file.



Refer to the What’s the Next Step section following SKF @ptitude Analyst
installation to determine how you should proceed.
Please take a moment to register your product at www.skf.com/cm/register
to receive exclusive benefits offered only to our registered customers,
including receiving technical support, tracking your proof of ownership, and
staying informed about upgrades and special offers. (Please visit our
website for more details on these benefits.)
Print and read the appropriate SKF @ptitude Analyst User Manuals for
instructions on getting started. (All user manuals are available from the
SKF @ptitude Monitoring Suite / Manuals option on the Windows Start
menu after the installation is complete.)
Hardware Requirements
For maximum SKF @ptitude Analyst performance, click the link below to open the
SKF @ptitude Analyst datasheet and reference the Hardware Requirements section
for detailed hardware configuration requirements.
 Adobe Reader version 7.0 or newer is required and must be
installed to view and print the .pdf datasheet. Download Adobe
Reader from the Adobe website.

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 Internet access is required to open the datasheet.
Click here to open the SKF @ptitude Analyst data sheet .PDF.
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Technical Support
Technical Support
If installation assistance is needed, contact SKF USA Inc.:
5271 Viewridge Court
San Diego, CA 92123 USA
Telephone: (800) 523-7514
FAX: (858) 496-3534
Email:
[email protected] (North and South America)
[email protected] (Europe, Middle-East, and Africa)
Or contact Technical Support through our web site; www.skf.com/cm
Planning the Installation
Prior to installing SKF @ptitude Analyst, take a moment to complete the necessary
installation requirements.
Database Consideration
Prior to installing SKF @ptitude Analyst, you must install a supported database. The
application supports:


Oracle database version 11g Express and Standard.
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2 Standard Edition or Express Edition.
If one of these database managers already exists on your network, the installation
process connects to the existing database.
 Consult with your database administrator or IT personnel to obtain
connection information.
If you connect to an existing Oracle database, you will need to know the
Instance Name, the SYS password, and the SYSTEM password.
If you connect to an existing Microsoft SQL Server 2008 database, you will
need to know the SQL Database Instance Name and the SA Password.
 If you are installing a client and are not updating the host database,
you only need the database instance name.
 Refer to the Upgrading an Existing Version of the Software section
for more information on database upgrade options.
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 The installation program will check for an existing SKF database. If
no database is found, a Demo database is installed.
If a supported database manager is not already installed, click the Database
Manager option on the Install Applications or View Manuals menu, and select to
install either Oracle 11g Express or SQL Server 2008 Express before installing
the SKF @ptitude Analyst application.
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Figure 1.
The Database Manager Installation Options.
 A copy of both Oracle 11g Express (32-bit) and MS SQL Server
Express 2008-R2 (32-bit) database managers are provided on the
SKF @ptitude Analyst DVD for your convenience.
 If your system is running Windows 7 operating system (32 or 64bit) and you wish to install Oracle, you must obtain and install
Oracle 11g R2 (32-bit). The Oracle 11g Express provided on the
SKF @ptitude Analyst installation DVD will not install on computers
running Windows 7 operating system.
Important
Oracle 11g Express offers up to 11 GB of database storage capacity and a limit
of one named instance, and SQL Server 2008 Express offers up to 10 GB of
database storage capacity and a limit of one named instance. If you require
more storage capacity, or more than one named instance, you must upgrade to
a production version of the database from Oracle or Microsoft. Your Database
Administrator needs to install the database prior to running the SKF @ptitude
Analyst installation. Only Oracle 32-bit is supported when the SKF @ptitude
Analyst software and its utilities are installed on the same computer.
Important
When installing the Microsoft SQL Server 2008 database manager, make sure
you configure a Mixed Mode authentication.
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Network Considerations
There are two possible installation scenarios:


Multi-user Installation – Provides multi-user capability. The database is
installed on a server computer. The applications that interact with the data are
installed on additional client computers and access data over the network.
Single-user installation – Installs both the database and the applications on a
single computer. All data access is performed locally.
If you are performing a single-user installation, you need only ensure the computer
on which you are installing meets the minimum system requirements.
If you are performing a multi-user installation, you must choose a computer to host
and serve the data. When selecting the database computer, keep the following in
mind:



The computer where the data resides must have sufficient hard drive space for
the initial installation files, plus any data that is added. At least 10 gigabytes of
free disk space is recommended.
The computer where the data resides needs to be accessible on your network to
all of the computers that will be using the applications.
The computer where the data resides needs to be turned on when other people
want to use the software.
Once you’ve decided where to install the database server, you can perform the client
installation on any other computers that need to access the data. The client
computers require:
Important
The 32-bit Oracle database client must be installed and configured on the local
client workstation prior to installing SKF @ptitude Analyst. Contact your
database administrator or IT department for assistance.
Transaction Server Service Considerations
If you are performing a multi-user installation, in addition to the database server,
you also need to select a computer to host the SKF @ptitude Transaction Server
service. The Transaction Server acts as a communication layer between the
applications and the database, streamlining database access for faster processing in
a wide area network environment. The Transaction Server can be installed on the
database server computer or on one of the client computers (on the same local area
network as the database server). During installation, you must either configure the
Transaction Server locally, or enter the machine name or IP address where a
previously configured Transaction Server is located.
When selecting the Transaction Server host, keep the following in mind:

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If you are operating on a wide area network, the Transaction Server host should
be on the same local area network as the database host.
The computer where the Transaction Server is installed needs to be accessible
on your network to all of the computers that will be using the applications.
Make note of the connection information (machine name or IP address and the
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

TCP port number) for the Transaction Server host as it is needed when
configuring Transaction Server clients.
The computer where the Transaction Server is installed needs to be always
turned on, so it is recommended that you install it on a server class machine
that is either the database server, or on the same local area network as the
database server.
Transaction Server uses a TCP port that is defined during the installation
(default is 8088). Make sure to allow this port by your firewall software installed
on the host computer.
Important
Only Oracle 32-bit is supported when the SKF @ptitude Analyst software and its
utilities are installed on the same computer.
Windows Operating System Compatibility
Windows Vista Issues
Windows Vista is no longer supported by any SKF software.
Windows 7 User Account Control (UAC) and Windows 7 64-bit Compatibility
Some SKF @ptitude Analyst applications and add-ons, and some SKF data
acquisition devices (DADs) that communicate with @ptitude Analyst have Windows 7
UAC restrictions and/or Windows 7 64-bit restrictions. The following two tables
specify these restrictions.
Note 1 - Core Modules = SKF @ptitude Inspector [CMSW 7200], SKF @ptitude
Analyst for Microlog Analyzer [CMSW 7300] and SKF @ptitude Analyst [CMSW
7400].
Note 2 - Add-Ons = Trend Oil [CMSW 7308] and Work Notification [CMSW 7302].
Note 3 - UAC level must be set to "low."
Note 4 - Support planned for future release.
Note 5 – If you are using Oracle for your database, then Oracle 32-bit or Oracle 32bit Client is required when installing these utilities on the same server or client PC.
Note 6 – Download the 64-bit driver from the SKF Microlog Analyzer series download
page. The drivers are also available in the SKF @ptitude Analyst installation DVD in
the Tools/AX folder.
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Application / Utility
Win 7 32 bit
Win 7 64 bit
Yes
Yes
SKF @ptitude Decision Support version 3.0 [CMSW 7450] (add-ons + utilities)
Yes
Yes
SKF @ptitude Analyst HMI version 1.x [CMSW 7203]
No
No
SKF Machine Analyst Remote Access version 1.x [CMSW 5830]
Yes
Yes
SKF @ptitude Analyst Thin Client Transfer 2010 [CMSW 7320 & 7321]
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
SKF @ptitude Analyst OPC client version x.x [CMSW 7473]
Yes
3
No4
SKF @ptitude Software Developers Kit version x.x (@SDK)
Yes
Yes
Yes
3
Yes
Yes
3
No
Yes
3
No
Yes
3
No
SKF @ptitude Analyst 2012 (Core modules1 and Add-ons2)
Including the following utilities:
Transaction Service5
IMx Service5
WMx Service5
Microlog Service5
License Key Manager (Requires OS Admin level)
ConfigTool (Requires OS Admin level) 5
IMx Serial Configurator
SKF @ptitude Analyst Monitor5
Installers for all applications (Requires OS Admin level)
Supporting Applications
Interfaces and Miscellaneous
SAP 4.7 & 7.1 interface for SKF @ptitude Decision Support and core modules1
SoundByte
4
PRISM Conversion
Ivy, CMU Configurator
DMx Manager
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Data Acquisition Devices (DADs)
Minimum
F/W
Version
Win 7
64 bit
SKF Multilog DMx
7.2
No
SKF Multilog IMx
0.966
Yes
SKF Multilog WMx
1.1.1.18
Yes
SKF Microlog Analyzer GX [CMXA 70]
2.0.2
Yes
SKF Microlog Analyzer GX [CMXA 75]
3.0.6
Yes
Comment
Unit types –S, -M, -T, -P
6
Requires 64-bit driver
6
Requires 64 bit driver
6
Requires an third party USB to Serial cable
and 64-bit driver
Requires an third party USB to Serial cable
and 64-bit driver
SKF Microlog Analyzer AX [CMXA 80]
3.0.6
Yes
SKF Microlog Analyzer IS [CMXA 51-IS]
1.0.3
Yes
SKF Microlog Analyzer CMVA 65
3.81
Yes6
SKF Microlog Inspector [CMDM 6600]
1
Yes
SKF MARLIN [CMDM 5460] Bartec
4.23
Yes
SKF MARLIN [CMDM 6200] Intermec – 740
4.5
Yes
SKF MARLIN [CMDM 6400] Intermec – 741
4.5
Yes
SKF MARLIN [CMDM 6500] CN3E
4.5
Yes
Operating under Windows Mobile 2005
Legacy On-Line Systems
SKF Multilog W/VT
No
SKF Multilog LMU
No
SKF Multilog CMU and TMU
5.2.0.1
No
Recommended to operate under Windows
XP or Windows7 32-bit3
Installation Order
Use the following order when installing on multiple computers:
1.
Perform the installation on the database server computer, installing or
connecting to the appropriate database;
2.
Perform the installation on the computer that will act as the Transaction Server;
3.
Perform the remaining client installations, connecting to the database server
and Transaction Server host.
 Install additional applications (i.e., SKF @ptitude Decision Support,
DMx Manager, etc.) on each computer after the SKF @ptitude
Analyst software has been installed.
Upgrading an Existing Version of the Software
 This information applies to prior versions of SKF @ptitude Analyst,
@ptitude Inspector, Machine Suite, Machine Analyst, Machine
Inspector, and Machine Observer.
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Important
Ensure you have a full backup of the database before proceeding with the
upgrade.
If you are upgrading from a prior version of the software, you have two options
regarding your existing data:
1.
You can leave the older version of the database manager installed and
simply upgrade the structure of the database to be compatible with the new
software version.
If you choose to continue to use the older version of the database manager,
the database upgrade is performed using the SKF @ptitude Analyst
Configuration Tool.
2.
If you would like to upgrade your database manager, you can install a new
version of the database manager and migrate the older data. For your
convenience, the installation DVD includes the latest versions of the Express
editions of the Oracle and Microsoft SQL Database Managers. Select the
Database Manager option from the main page to install a supporting
database.
If you choose to install a new version of the database manager, the new
database must be in place prior to installing SKF @ptitude Analyst. Work
with your Database Administrator or IT Personnel to upgrade the database
and create a data migration plan.
The procedure to migrate existing data varies depending on the database
type that is selected.
WARNING
Oracle 11g Express offers up to 11 GB of database storage capacity and SQL
Server 2008-R2 offers up to 10 GB of database storage capacity. If you would
like to upgrade your database manager, but your existing database is larger
than 11 GB / 10 GB, or could become larger over time, do not install the express
edition of the database manager. (To determine the size of your current Oracle
database, add up the file sizes of all .dbf files associated with your database
name.) Instead, purchase an upgraded database manager from Oracle or
Microsoft.
Migrating to Oracle 11g or 11g XE
Use the following steps to migrate prior version data to Oracle 11g or 11g XE.
1.
Prior to running the SKF @ptitude Analyst installation, open the older
version of the Oracle Database Manager and create a dump file of your
Oracle database. (Refer to your Oracle Database user manuals for
instructions.)
2.
To install Oracle 11g XE, run the Oracle 11g XE installation located on the
SKF @ptitude Analyst installation DVD’s Database Manager page.
OR
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Purchase Oracle 11g from Oracle and work with your database
administrator to install the new database manager.
3.
Configure the new database instance with the required table spaces. Use
the provided skfuserts.sql script to identify the sub steps required for this
step. Work with your database administrator to complete this step.
4.
Access the newly installed Oracle Database Manager and import the dump
file created in step 1.
5.
Run the SKF @ptitude Analyst installation and connect to the existing
database. The structure of the imported database will be upgraded to the
current version.
Migrating to SQL Server 2008 Standard Edition or Express Edition
from Oracle (recommended)
Use the following steps to migrate prior version data to Microsoft SQL Server 2008
Express Edition or Standard Edition, from an Oracle database.
1.
Prior to installing SKF @ptitude Analyst, open your SKF software
application (Machine Suite, Machine Analyst, Machine Observer, or
Machine Inspector) and select the File menu’s Export / Analyst Data
option.
Use the Export Analyst Data wizard to create a .MAB file that contains
your Analyst data.
WARNING!
This option only exports hierarchy setup and historical data. Report settings,
filters, and user preferences will need to be recreated in the new installation.
WARNING!
You must export your data from the previous version of the software prior to
running the SKF @ptitude Analyst installation. Although the prior version data
will still exist in your Oracle database (assuming you do not uninstall Oracle),
you will not be able to access the older database from within SKF @ptitude
Analyst to perform the export after upgrade. (If this should occur, contact
Technical Support for assistance.)
2.
During SKF @ptitude Analyst installation, select the option to install the
Microsoft SQL 2008 Express Database Manager.
OR
Purchase Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Standard Edition from Microsoft
and work with your database administrator to install the database
manager prior to running the SKF @ptitude Analyst installation. During
the SKF @ptitude Analyst installation, connect to the newly installed
database manager.
 If you install the Microsoft SQL Server 2008 database manager
prior to the SKF @ptitude Analyst installation, make sure you select
the Mixed Mode Authentication during the SQL Server 2008
installation.
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3.
Use the SKF @ptitude Analyst Configuration Tool to attach the provided
demo database (SKFUSER.mdf). Reference Chapter 2, SKF @ptitude
Analyst Configuration Tool for details.
4. Once the installation is complete, open SKF @ptitude Analyst and select
the File menu’s Import / Analyst Data option to import the prior
version’s data.
Migrating to SQL Server 2008 Standard Edition or Express Edition
from SQL Server 2005
Use the following steps to migrate prior version data to Microsoft SQL Server 2008
Express Edition or Standard Edition, from a Microsoft SQL Server 2005 database.
 It is recommended that you close all SKF @ptitude Analyst
connections before proceeding with the migration process.
1.
Prior to running the SKF @ptitude Analyst installation, open Microsoft
SQL Server 2005 SQL Server Management Studio and connect using
your SA Password.
2.
Detach the SKFUSER.mdf and .ldf database files from your Microsoft SQL
Server 2005 database.
To detach the SKFUSER.mdf / .ldf database files:

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
In SQL Server Management Studio, on the Object Explorer pane,
expand the Databases folder and locate the SKFUSER folder.
Right click the SKFUSER folder and select Tasks / Detach. The
Detach Database dialog displays.
Enable the drop connections check box and click OK. The .mdf /
.ldf files are removed from your SQL Server 2005 database.
3.
Exit SQL Server Management Studio.
4.
Disable or uninstall Microsoft SQL Server 2005.
 Only one service can run at a time. If you no longer need Microsoft
SQL Server 2005, it is recommended that you uninstall it. If you do
not uninstall Microsoft SQL Server 2005, you must disable the
service to run Microsoft SQL Server 2008.
To disable the services:

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Open the Computer Management dialog on your computer (Start
/ Control Panel / Administrative Tools / Computer Management)
and expand the Services and Applications node in the left pane
and click Services.
In the right pane, scroll to the SQL Server services and right click
each service and select Properties. The Service Properties dialog
displays.
On the Service Properties dialog’s General tab, change the
Startup Type to Disabled, and press Stop to stop the service.
Click OK.
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5.
Install Microsoft SQL Server 2008 (administrative rights required).
6.
Attach the SKFUSER database to SQL Server 2008.
 Purchase Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Standard Edition from
Microsoft and work with your database administrator to install the
database manager prior to running the SKF @ptitude Analyst
installation. During the SKF @ptitude Analyst installation, connect
to the newly installed database manager.
To attach the SKFUSER database to SQL Server 2008 database:

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




Locate the .mdf file you detached from SQL Server 2005. These
files are typically located at C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL
Server\MSSQL\Data.
Move the SKFUSER.mdf database file to your SQL Server 2008
Data folder, or another accessible location.
Open Microsoft SQL Server 2008 SQL Server Management Studio
and connect using your SA Password.
In Management Studio, on the Object Explorer pane, right click the
Databases folder and click Attach. The Attach Databases dialog
displays.
In the Databases to Attach area, click Add. The Locate Database
Files dialog displays.
Browse to the SKFUSER.mdf file and select it. Click OK. On the
Attach Databases dialog, the SKFUSER.mdf / .ldf files display in the
“skf user” database details area.
Click OK. The Database folder on the Object Explorer pane
updates to show the listing for the SKFUSER database.
Once the database is attached, the SQL Server 2008 database will
migrate SQL Server 2005 SKFUSER database system files to SQL Server
2008.
7.
Rebuild the SKFUSER database’s users.
To rebuild the SKFUSER database’s users:
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Use the SKF @ptitude Analyst Configuration Tool to run the
following sql script:
Rebuild_loginname_username_links.sql (typically located in the
dbassist/scripts-sql server installation folder)
 Reference the Run SQL Script section in Chapter 2, SKF @ptitude
Analyst Configuration Tool for details on running SQL scripts.
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Initiating the Installation Process
Reference the SKF @ptitude Analyst Installation / Upgrade Matrix at the beginning of
this chapter. Depending on your type of installation, you may, or may not be
required to:
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Uninstall the currently installed version of the application.
Run Prerequisite applications.
Install the Database Manager.
Install the SKF @ptitude Applications.
Configure the installed database.
Update the database.
Options for performing these installation steps are provided in this installation’s
Install Applications or View Manuals menu (see next figure).
Important
If you are upgrading from a prior version, create a full backup of your database
before proceeding. Refer to the previous Upgrading an Existing Machine Suite
Installation section for details.
To initiate the installation process:
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Verify that your computer meets the minimum system requirements, then insert
the Application DVD into your DVD drive. The install program automatically
launches.
 If a previous version of the software is already installed, you must
first uninstall the previous version using Start / Control Panel /
Add or Remove Programs, or Start / Control Panel / Programs
and Features in Windows 7.
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 If the install program does not run automatically, double click the
Autorun.exe file on the installation DVD to manually launch the
install program.
Select the appropriate language from the displayed menu, or select Other
Languages to view additional language options. The Install Applications or View
Manuals menu launches with options to view the manuals or install applications.
 If you would like to view and/or print any of the installation or user
manuals, select the appropriate link. User manuals are also
available from the Windows Start menu after the product has been
installed.
 Adobe Reader version 7.0 or newer is required and must be
installed to view and print the installation manual and the user
manuals. Download Adobe Acrobat Reader from the Adobe
website.
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Installing Prerequisite Applications
The following programs must be installed before you can run the SKF @ptitude
Analyst installation:
Windows Installer
.Net Framework (V3.5 and V4.0)
Windows PowerShell
 If you do not install these programs, you will not be able to run the
SKF @ptitude Analyst installation.
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 These programs may already be installed on your system.
From the Install Applications or View Manuals menu, click Prerequisites. The
prerequisite page displays the programs you must install for SKF @ptitude
Analyst to run properly.
Figure 2.
The Prerequisites Page.
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Click each item on the Prerequisites page in the order they are presented, and
follow the on-screen prompts to install each program. After each installation,
you will be returned to the Prerequisites page.
 You may be prompted to restart your computer after running the
Windows Installer and .Net Framework.
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 If a prerequisite is already installed, a message displays indicating
that the prerequisite is already installed on your system.
Once you have installed the required programs, you are ready to install a supported
database manager.
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Click the back button to return to the Install Applications or View Manuals menu.
Database Installation
Prior to installing SKF @ptitude Analyst, use the Install Applications or View Manuals
menu and the Database Manager option to install your @ptitude Analyst database
manager.
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From the Install Applications or View Manuals menu, select the Database
Manager option. The Database Manager screen displays.
Figure 3.
The Database Manager Page.
Both of the @ptitude Analyst database manager installation options are described in
their own section below.
 The following database manager installation procedures apply only
to “standard, first time installations.” Non-standard installations
and product upgrades may, or may not, use existing databases.
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Database Installation
Reference the SKF @ptitude Analyst Installation and Upgrade
Matrix at the beginning of this chapter for more information.
@ptitude Analyst’s DVD SQL Server 2008 Installation
To install the SQL Server 2008 database manager:
For your convenience, this SQL Server 2008 installation has been pre-populated
with standard settings for use with SKF @ptitude Analyst. Therefore, for standard
installations, you should not change any of the pre-populated settings in the
installation dialogs. You should simply press OK, Next, or Install (as applicable) for
each dialog as you progress through the installation. The installation dialog
progression is listed below (of course, this does not apply for those wishing to
customize their database installation).
Setup Support Rules (press OK)
Product Key (Next)
License Terms (Next)
Support Setup Files (Install)
Setup Support Rules (Next)
Setup Role (Next)
Feature Selection (Next)
Installation Rules (Next)
Instance Configuration (Next)
Disk Space Requirements (Next)
Server Configuration (Next)
Database Engine Configuration (Next) (Note - on this dialog, the default
password for the Sql Server “sa” is specified as “skf.” Please make a note of
this.)
Error Reporting (Next)
Installation Configuration Rules (Next)
Ready to Install (Install)
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Complete (Close) You are returned to the database manager type selection
screen.
At this point, you should press the Return to Previous Menu button and
proceed to install SKF @ptitude Applications.
@ptitude Analyst’s DVD Oracle 11g Express Installation
 If installing a full version Oracle database, your IT / database
administrator may contact SKF Technical Support Group for
assistance.
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To install the Oracle 11g Express database:
For your convenience, this Oracle 11g Express installation has been pre-populated
with standard settings for use with SKF @ptitude Analyst. Therefore, for standard
installations, you should not change any of the pre-populated settings in the
installation dialogs. You should simply press OK, Next, or Install (as applicable) for
each dialog as you progress through the installation. The installation dialog
progression is listed below (of course, this does not apply for those wishing to
customize their database installation).
Install Wizard Welcome dialog (press Next)
License Agreement (press Next)
Choose Destination Location (press Next)
Specify Database Passwords (enter and confirm the SYS and SYSTEM
database account password and press Next – make a note of this password for
future reference).
Summary (press Install)
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InstallShield Wizard Complete (press Finish) You are returned to the database
manager type selection screen.
At this point, you should press the Return to Previous Menu button and
proceed to install SKF @ptitude Applications.
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Figure 4.
The Install Applications or View Manuals Menu.
From the Install Applications or View Manuals menu, select SKF @ptitude
Applications. The Product Installation Menu launches.
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Figure 5.
The SKF @ptitude Applications Installation Menu.
 The installation menu includes options to install Thin Client
Transfer, @ptitude Decision Support, and DMx Manager.
 @ptitude Decision Support installation is detailed in the SKF
@ptitude Decision Support Installation manual which accompanies
the product.
 Thin Client Transfer installation is detailed in the Installing SKF
@ptitude Analyst Thin Client Transfer section, later in this manual.
 DMx Manager installation is detailed in the SKF @ptitude Analyst
DMx Manager Installation manual.
Installing SKF @ptitude Analyst / @ptitude Inspector
SKF offers the option to purchase a version of SKF @ptitude Analyst that supports a
specific data acquisition device (i.e., SKF @ptitude Analyst for SKF Microlog Analyzer,
SKF @ptitude Analyst for SKF Multilog On-Line Systems TMU, SKF @ptitude
Inspector for MARLIN and Microlog Inspector), or to purchase the full SKF @ptitude
Analyst product, which supports all Analyst data acquisition devices. All of these
products, as well as the HMI, Trend Oil, Work Notifications, IT Security, and NT
Authentication add-on applications, are installed using the same installation
procedure. (The product that is enabled during installation is determined by the
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license key you enter. Refer to Appendix A, SKF @ptitude Analyst License Key
Manager for details.)
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On the main Installation menu, select SKF @ptitude Analyst / SKF @ptitude
Inspector / SKF @ptitude Analyst Human Machine Interface.
The installation files are extracted and the Installation Setup notes page appears.
The Installation Setup Notes Page
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Prior to proceeding with the installation, carefully review the information on this
screen:
SKF @ptitude Analyst requires Microsoft .NET Framework versions 3.5
and 4.0. If not already installed, refer to the Planning the Installation
section for details on installing .Net Framework. Each version installs
separately.
 Depending on your operating system, the .NET framework requires
anywhere from 280 MB to 610 MB of disk space when installed.
The SKF @ptitude Analyst installation program requires the Windows 4.5
installer. If it is not already installed, refer to the Planning the Installation
section for details on installing the Windows Installer.
If you are only installing an application client, make sure you have the host
database location and log on name and password available.
You must be an administrator on the computer to proceed with the
installation.
If you are upgrading from a prior version of the software, ensure you have
a full backup before proceeding.
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You must have Adobe Reader version 7.0 or higher to view the user
manuals.
If you have satisfied all of the stated requirements, click Yes to proceed with the
installation. If you have not satisfied the requirements, click No to cancel the
installation.
If you select to proceed with the installation, the installer checks to ensure that all
required components are installed. If any components are missing, a message
displays informing you that you need to install the missing components and then
retry installing SKF @ptitude Analyst.
When all required components are installed, the Welcome screen displays.
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Click Next to continue to the End User License Agreement page.
The End User License Agreement Page
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Carefully read the license agreement. If you do not agree with the terms of the
license agreement, click Cancel to abort the installation. If you agree with the
terms, select I accept the terms of the license agreement and click Next to
proceed to the Choose Destination Location page.
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The Choose Destination Location Page
The default destination location displays.
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 If Thin Client Transfer is already installed on this computer, the
previously selected destination location is automatically used and
this page does not appear.
Accept the default location (recommended), or use the Browse button to select a
new location, and click the Next command button.
The SKF @ptitude Analyst License Key Manager page displays with information
concerning the License Key Manager program.
The License Key Manager (LKM)
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Read the information on this page and click Next to open the SKF @ptitude
Analyst License Key Manager program.
Figure 6.
The SKF @ptitude Analyst License Key Manager Program.
 You may access this program at any time after installation to
upgrade or change the configuration of your system by selecting
the Windows Start menu’s All Programs / SKF @ptitude
Monitoring Suite / Admin Tools / License Key Manager option.
 Reference Appendix A, SKF @ptitude Analyst License Key Manager
for details on setting up your license keys, or click the Help button
to use the help file.
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When you are satisfied with your selections, click Next to return to the
installation wizard.
Click Next. The Start Copying Files page appears.
The Start Copying Files Page
Figure 7.
The Start Copying Files Page.
The Start Copying Files screen displays a summary of the settings to be used to
install SKF @ptitude Analyst.
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Review these settings carefully. If the settings are acceptable, click the Next
command button to begin installing SKF @ptitude Analyst. If the settings
require editing, click the Back button to return to the previous screen(s).
The installation program proceeds to create the specified installation directory on the
specified drive, and additional subdirectories branching from the specified directory.
Program files are then copied into their appropriate directories. The Setup Status
page displays progress.
Depending on your installation selections, additional command windows may appear
as settings are configured. When the installation is complete, the InstallShield
Wizard Complete page displays.
The InstallShield Wizard Complete Page
The InstallShield Wizard Complete page allows you to view the Readme file and
launch the SKF @ptitude Analyst Configuration Tool when you click Finish.
View the Readme file check box – The Readme file contains important information
related to your installation.
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If you wish to open the readme file automatically upon clicking Finish, leave the
View the Readme file check box enabled.
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What’s the Next Step?
Launch the Analyst Configuration Tool check box - The @ptitude Analyst
Configuration Tool allows you to configure a new @ptitude Analyst database or
update an existing @ptitude Analyst database. Reference Chapter 2, SKF @ptitude
Analyst Configuration Tool for more information.
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If you wish to launch the Configuration Tool automatically upon clicking Finish,
enable the Launch the Analyst Configuration Tool check box.
Click Finish to close the wizard and return to the main installation menu.
Click the back arrow twice to return to the Select Language menu.
Click exit to close the menu.
If you selected to read the readme file, a window opens where you can read and/or
print the installation notes.
If you selected to launch the Configuration Tool the SKF @ptitude Analyst
Configuration Tool window displays.
 After installation is complete, you must first launch the SKF
@ptitude Analyst Configuration tool and configure or update your
@ptitude Analyst database before launching the SKF @ptitude
Analyst application. Refer to the section below, What’s the next
step?, for details.
 Refer to the SKF @ptitude Analyst Introduction and Global Features
user manual’s Starting SKF @ptitude Analyst section for instructions
and initial login details. To access this manual, select the Windows
Start menu’s Program Files / SKF @ptitude Monitoring Suite /
Manuals option.
What’s the Next Step?
After installing SKF @ptitude Analyst, the next step you take depends on if you need
to install additional applications and what devices you will be using (reference the
SKF @ptitude Installation and Upgrade Matrix at the beginning of this chapter).
The SKF @ptitude Transaction Server is used as a communication layer between the
applications and the database. This is desirable in a network environment where
multiple clients may try to access the database at the same time. The Transaction
Server processes some of the database requests, reducing the load on the database
itself, thereby increasing performance.
 You will need to install one Transaction Server per database
installation for proper operation of the software system. Each
instance of the Transaction Server must be installed on a different
computer. You cannot have multiple instances of the Transaction
Server running on the same machine.
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What’s the Next Step?
Follow the steps below:
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(Required for all users) Launch the SKF @ptitude Analyst Configuration
Tool, which is automatically installed during the SKF @ptitude Analyst
installation, to configure your database to work with SKF @ptitude Analyst.
If running a WMx / IMx system and / or Microlog Inspector, this is also
where you will set up WMx / IMx / Microlog Inspector devices in SKF
@ptitude Analyst. Reference the SKF @ptitude Analyst Configuration Tool
chapter for detailed instructions on how to configure your database.
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If you are a new user, you must first acquire the demo database
file(s), then configure your database by first selecting your database
type on the Database Type dialog, and then either Attach to an
SQL database or Import an Oracle database’s dump file on the
Change Database dialog. Reference the Chapter 2, Database
Configuration/Change Database section for details.
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If you are an existing user, you must update your database on the
Update Database page.
Run the Transaction Server for each standalone and server database
installation. Client installations must be configured to point to the
transaction server location. Reference the SKF @ptitude Analyst
Configuration Tool chapter for detailed instructions on how to run and
configure the Transaction Server.
If you will be running an IMx system, launch the Multilog IMx Configurator to
set the network configuration and identification for the IMx devices.
Reference the SKF Multilog IMx Configurator User Manual for details.
Install any additional applications (e.g., Thin Client Transfer) you have
purchased that were not already installed with SKF @ptitude Analyst.
(Refer to the A Note about Installation CDs section above for details on what
is and is not installed with SKF @ptitude Analyst.) Reference the installation
instructions, either in this manual or in the product’s documentation to
complete their installation.
Run the database configuration if:
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A database administrator configures a new database after SKF @ptitude Analyst
has been installed.
A user has multiple database instances (for example, a service engineer).
Upgrading an existing database.
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Database Configuration Options
After completing installation of your SKF @ptitude Analyst application(s), your next
step is to configure your database to work with SKF @ptitude Analyst.
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From the Windows Start / SKF @ptitude Monitoring Suite / Admin Tools
menu, select the SKF @ptitude Analyst Configuration Tool option. A warning
message displays, advising caution, then Configuration Tool help automatically
displays and you are prompted whether to show help on startup again (answer
appropriately), then the SKF @ptitude Analyst Configuration Tool dialog
displays.
If you are a new user, you must first acquire the demo database file(s), then
configure your database by first selecting your database type on the Database Type
dialog, and then either Attach to an SQL database or Import an Oracle database’s
.dmp file using the Change Database dialog.
If you are an existing user, you must update your database on the Update Database
page.
Figure 8.
The SKF @ptitude Analyst Configuration Tool Main Window.
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Database Type
The window’s left pane displays two main configuration options;
Database configuration options – provide options for specifying a database
type, changing to a different database, adding users for existing databases,
updating the database, and running an SQL script.
SKF @ptitude Analyst Configuration Tool options – allow you to configure
various supporting SKF @ptitude Analyst applications.
You first use the Database options to configure your database, then you proceed to
use the lower section to configure other installed applications.
Specify the Database Configuration Tool
Before applying database configuration options, you may need to use the File
menu’s Setting option to specify which database tool to use to execute all database
relevant functions (i.e., Run SQL script, etc.), if the database tool is not found in the
default location on the computer.
To specify the database configuration tool:
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Select the File menu’s Settings option. The Settings dialog displays.
Figure 9.
The File Menu’s Settings Dialog.
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Use the options buttons to select either:
Automatically find suitable database tool for databases – The application
will search for the proper database tool for the installed database.
Specify a database tool for Configuration Tool – If necessary, use the
Browse button to specify the correct database tool (i.e., if working with
multiple databases).
Database Type
Sections below describe database installation procedures for both a standard single
client database installation and a custom database installation. Reference the
section appropriate for your type of installation.
Standard, Single Client Database Installation
With first time installations, you must first copy demo database files from the
installation DVD prior to setting up your @ptitude Analyst database. Procedures
below detail how to set up both SQL Server and Oracle Demo databases. Follow the
procedure that is appropriate for you type of installation.
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SQL Server Demo Database
The general steps for acquiring and using the SQL Server Demo database are:
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Acquire the SQL Server Demo database files.
Set the database “type” to SQL Server.
Attach the SQL Server Demo database to @ptitude Analyst.
To acquire the SQL Server Demo database files:
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Copy the Demo database files (skfuser.mdf and skfuser.ldf) from the installation
DVD (path location - DVD Drive:\DB_INST\SQL\).
Paste these files to the SQL Server default location on your computer
(Drive:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL
Server\MSSQL10_50.MSSQLSERVER\MSSQL\DATA).
To set the type of database to SQL Server:
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Launch the SKF @ptitude Analyst Configuration Tool.
Under Database, select the Database Type option. The Database Type
Configuration dialog displays.
Figure 10.
The SQL Server Database Type Configuration Dialog.
For default installations, the Connections and Connection Title fields display
sql_skfuser.
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Press the Set active button to set the sql_skfuser database type. A confirmation
prompt appears.
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To attach the SQL Server Demo database:
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In the Configuration Tool’s left pane, under Database, select the Change
Database option. The Database Import/Attach Configuration dialog displays.
Press the Attach/Switch button to attach the SQL Server Demo database. A file
Open dialog displays.
Browse to select the skfuser.mdf file previously stored in the SQL Server
default location (Drive:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL
Server\MSSQL10_50.MSSQLSERVER\MSSQL\DATA), then press the Open
button. A dialog then prompts you for the SA password.
Enter the default password “skf” (lower case). You are prompted to wait, and
then an “attach database success” prompt appears. Press OK. You must now
perform the Update DB option (reference the Update Database section later in
this chapter).
Oracle Demo Database
The general steps for acquiring and using the Oracle Demo database are:
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Set the database type to Oracle.
Import the file.
To set the database type to Oracle:
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Launch the SKF @ptitude Analyst Configuration Tool.
Under Database, select the Database Type option. The Database Type
Configuration dialog displays.
Figure 11.
The Oracle Database Type Configuration Dialog.
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Database Type
For default installations, the Connections and Connection Title fields display
ora_skfuser.
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Press the Set active button to set the ora_skfuser database type. A
confirmation prompt appears.
To import the Oracle Demo database:
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In the Configuration Tool’s left pane, under Database, select the Change
Database option. The Database Import/Attach Configuration dialog displays.
Press the Import button to import the Oracle Demo database. A file Open
dialog appears.
Browse to the @ptitude Analyst DVD drive\DB_INST\11g\ folder and select the
p4demodb.dmp file, then press the Open button. A dialog then prompts you for
the SYS password.
Enter the password you selected during the Oracle 11g Express installation and
press OK. You are then prompted for the SYSTEM password. Enter the same
password and press OK. You must now perform the Update DB option
(reference the Update Database section later in this chapter)
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Custom Database Installation
Specify the type of database to use with SKF @ptitude Analyst.
Figure 12.
The Custom Database Type Dialog.
Options Include:
Connections - Specify the selected database’s name.
 Consult with your database administrator or IT personnel to obtain
connection information.
Database connections identify a specific SKF @ptitude Analyst database by its Db
connect name and type. Database connections are configured and given a
Connection title for identification purposes when configuring your IMx and Microlog
Services. You must configure a database connection for each SKF @ptitude Analyst
database with which you wish to communicate.
To manage SKF @ptitude Analyst database connections:
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Press the Database Type, IMx Service Configuration, or Microlog Service
Configuration dialog’s Manage button. The Manage Connections dialog
appears.
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Figure 13.
The Manage Connections Dialog.
In the Manage Connections dialog, the Connections drop down list displays existing
SKF @ptitude Analyst database connections.
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Use your mouse to select a database connection from the list, its setup
parameters display in following fields.
Use the dialog’s buttons to manage your database connections:
Add – Add a new database connection. Press the Add button, the
configuration fields become available. Specify the new database connection’s:
Connection title – Enter a unique name to identify the database
connection (alphanumeric and underscore characters only).
Db connect name - Input the database connection name of the
specific SKF @ptitude Analyst database.
Database type – Use option buttons to specify the SKF @ptitude
Analyst database as either an Oracle or SQL Server database type.
If you installed the Oracle 11g XE database, the connection name is XE. If you
are connecting to an existing database, enter the appropriate connection name.
If you installed the MS SQL Server 2008 Express database, enter
computer_name\SQLExpress (where computer_name is the name of the
computer on which the instance is installed). If you are connecting to an
existing database, enter the appropriate instance name.
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 In some circumstances, you will not need the instance name.
Contact your database administrator or IT department for
assistance.
When finished, press the Save button to save the new database connection, or
the Undo button to cancel.
 After pressing Save, the Db Connection Test dialog appears,
allowing you to test the database connection.
Edit – Edit an existing database connection’s configuration. Select the
database connection to edit from the Connections drop down list and press the
Edit button, then edit the connection’s configuration as described above. When
finished, press the Save button to save any changes, or the Undo button to
cancel any changes.
Remove – Remove an existing database connection (available only for
database connections not being used by any IMx / Microlog Service). Select the
database connection to remove from the Connections drop down list and press
the Remove button. You are prompted to confirm the removal.
Close – Close the Manage Connections dialog.
To continue configuring the database type, specify database type information on the
Database Type dialog as follows:
Oracle 10g, 10g XE and 11g – Select this option if you have configured an Oracle
database on your database server computer.
MSSQL 2005, 2008 Express Edition, Standard Edition – Select this option if you
have configured a Microsoft SQL database on your host computer.
Oracle Database Passwords
SYS Password - If you installed a new database, enter the password that was
entered at the Specify Database Passwords page during the Oracle installation
process. If you are connecting to an existing database, enter the appropriate SYS
password.
OR
SYSTEM Password - If you selected to install a new database, enter the password
that was entered at the Specify Database Passwords page during the Oracle
installation process. If you are connecting to an existing database, enter the
appropriate SYSTEM password.
OR
Custom User Name and Password – To connect as a “specific” user, enter your
user name and password.
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Database Password
SA Password - If you installed a new database, enter the password that was entered
in the Specify the sa logon password field on the Authentication Mode page of the
SQL Server 2008 Express installation wizard. If you are connecting to an existing
database, enter the appropriate SA Password.
OR
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Custom User Name and Password – To connect as a “specific” user, enter your
user name and password.
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Enter your password and press OK. Database connection is tested and resulting
success is indicated in the dialog’s lower right, and in a Success dialog.
In the Success dialog, press OK to complete Database Type configuration.
 If you use Database Type options to change to a different type of
database, use the Save button to save the new database type
settings.
Change Database
Figure 14.
The Change Database Dialog.
If you are utilizing multiple databases, the Change Database option allows you to
Attach to a different SQL Server database, or Import a different Oracle database’s
.dmp file.
WARNING: You should backup your existing database before applying this
feature.
To change to a different database or use the demo database:
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In the Data file location field, use the browse button to specify the SQL
database’s .mdf file or the Oracle database’s .dmp file respectively.
 If you are a new user, you can Attach to the Demo database
provided on the Application DVD.
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SQL demo database path /DB_INST/SQL/SKFUSER.MDF
Oracle demo database path /DB_INST/11g/P4DEMODB.DMP
When the correct database file is identified, press the Attach button (for SQL
Server databases) or the Import button (for Oracle databases). The process will
take several minutes to complete
User Management
Figure 15.
The User Management Dialog.
The User Management dialog allows you to easily Create new SKF @ptitude Analyst
database users or Delete existing database users.
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Creating New Database Users
To create new database users:
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In the New User Name field, type the name of the new user and press the
Create User button. You are prompted for your password, enter your password
and press OK. You are prompted to wait while the new user is created. Success
is indicated in the dialog’s lower right, and in a Success dialog.
In the Success dialog, press OK to complete
Press the Refresh button to add the new user to the Existing Users list. You
are prompted for your password, enter your password and press OK. Success is
indicated in the dialog’s lower right, and in a Success dialog.
Deleting Database Users
To delete an existing database user:
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In the Existing Users list, highlight the user to delete.
Press the Delete User button. You are prompted for your password, enter your
password and press OK. You are prompted to wait while the user is deleted.
Success is indicated in the dialog’s lower right, and in a Success dialog.
The user is disabled from using the database.
Press the Refresh button to delete the user from the Existing Users list. You
are prompted for your password, enter your password and press OK. Success is
indicated in the dialog’s lower right, and in a Success dialog.
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Update Database
Update Database
Use the Configuration Tool’s Update Database option to update your database.
Figure 16.
The Update Database Dialog.
To update your database:
In the window’s Update Database area, the Current DB Version field prompts you
to press the Get Version button to display your current database version.
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Press the Get Version button. You are prompted to enter your skfuser1
password.
Enter your password (default is cm) and press OK. The current database
version displays in the Current DB Version field. Feedback displays in the
information area.
Compare the Current DB Version with the Available DB Version shown. If the
two versions match, your database is up to date and you may exit the
Configuration Tool. If the Available DB Version is newer than the current
database version, press the Update DB button to update to the available
version. You are again prompted for your password.
Enter your password and press OK. The database is updated. Results display in
the information area.
 If you are using an Oracle database, and if you have not updated
with previous @ptitude Analyst updates as they were made
available, or if you have previously performed a “custom” database
configuration, a prompt indicates that required INDX tablespace is
missing from your database. In this case, press OK, then enter
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your SYS password to create the INDX tablespace and update the
database. If you do not know your SYS password, press Cancel at
the SYS password prompt and ask your Database Administrator for
assistance.
Run SQL Script
The SKF @ptitude Analyst Configuration Tool provides an easy method to run SQL
scripts that help configure or repair your SKF @ptitude Analyst database.
Figure 17.
The Run SQL Script Dialog.
To run an SQL script:
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In the Script Directory field, specify the folder containing the script you wish to
run.
In the Script Location field, use the browse button to locate the script to run.
If you would like to Save the script output as a file, enable the checkbox.
Press the Execute button. You are prompted to enter your password. Enter
your password and press OK. The script executes and the results display in the
Script Output area.
 If Save script output is enabled, a Save As dialog prompts for file
name, type, and location information. Enter appropriate
information and press OK. The script output file is saved and you
are returned to the Run SQL script dialog.
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If necessary, use SKF @ptitude Analyst Configuration Tool options to configure
other applications working with SKF @ptitude Analyst.
General Configuration
This option allows you to modify the settings for SKF @ptitude Analyst applications.
 We do not recommended modifying these settings without the
guidance of SKF service personnel or technical support.
Figure 18.
The General Configuration Dialog.
On the right side of the screen, the SKF @ptitude Master Settings list displays
configuration settings you are able to modify.
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To modify SKF @ptitude Analyst settings:
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In the SKF @ptitude Master Settings list, single-click to select the item you
wish to modify. The selected item displays in the Value name field (read only),
and the selected item’s current value displays in the Value data field.
Edit the Value data field as necessary and click Save.
You may need to restart SKF @ptitude Analyst and any services for your changes to
take affect.
SKF @ptitude HMI Connection
This option allows HMI (if installed on the computer) to use the connection service, to
support HMI’s “live data” feature.
 HMI must be activated with a license key prior to setting the
connection service.
Figure 19.
The SKF @ptitude HMI Connection Configuration Dialog.
The Register HMI Connection Service area displays the HMI Connection Service’s
current registration status. Status is either registered or not registered.
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Use the Register or Unregister buttons to change the current HMI Connection
Service registration status.
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SKF @ptitude Transaction Service
The HMI Connection Service status area displays the current HMI connection
status. Status is either running or not running.
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Use the Start and Stop buttons to change the HMI Connection Service status.
SKF @ptitude Transaction Service
Figure 20.
The SKF @ptitude Translation Service Configuration Dialog.
The SKF @ptitude Transaction Server is used as a communication layer between the
applications and the database. This is desirable in a network environment where
multiple clients may try to access the database at the same time. The Transaction
Server processes some of the database requests, reducing the load on the database
itself, thereby increasing performance.
 You will need to install one Transaction Server per database
installation for proper operation of the software system. Each
instance of the Transaction Server must be installed on a different
computer. You cannot have multiple instances of the Transaction
Server running on the same machine.
Transaction Server Type options are:
Server Host – Select this option to install the Transaction Server on this computer.
It is highly recommended to make the database host (server) the Transaction Server
host, when possible.
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Server Name – always local host
Server Port - Enter the TCP port used for communication with the Transaction
Server Host. Make sure your firewall software does not block this port.
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Client – Select this option if this computer will use a Transaction Server previously
installed on another workstation.
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 This option should not be confused with the database client. It is
possible for a database client to be a Transaction Server Host, and
vice versa (although it is recommended to make the database host
the Transaction server host).
Server Name – Enter the machine name or IP address of the computer where
the Transaction Server is installed.
Server Port – Enter the TCP Port used for the communication with the
Transaction Server host. This must match the same port configured on the
Transaction Server host. Make sure your firewall software does not block this
port.
Stand Alone System – If this is a stand alone system (i.e., single user), the
Transaction Server is not required for client access, however, it streamlines local
database access and some SKF @ptitude Analyst features (such as DMx integration)
may require a Transaction Server. To accommodate this functionality, the
Transaction Server host is installed on stand alone systems.
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Server Name – always local host
Server Port - Enter the TCP port used for communication with the Transaction
Server Host. Make sure your firewall software does not block this port.
The Name, TCP port, and Connection Title for existing transaction services display
in the screen’s window.
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Use the Add, Modify, or Delete buttons with the Transaction Service Settings
fields beneath the window to add new services, modify existing services, and
delete existing services.
If desired, press the Test button to test your transaction service configuration. A
dialog indicates test results.
Press the Save button to save your configuration.
Press the Start button to start the selected transaction server.
Press the Stop button to stop the selected transaction server.
Press the Manage button to select a database connection. The Manage
Connections dialog displays (Reference this chapter’s previous Database Type /
Custom Database Installation section.
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SKF @ptitude Monitor Recovery
SKF @ptitude Monitor Recovery
Figure 21.
The SKF @ptitude Monitor Recovery Service Configuration Dialog.
 SKF @ptitude Monitor Recovery must be configured on every
computer on which you are running the SKF @ptitude Analyst
Monitor application.
SKF @ptitude Monitor Recovery is a service that runs in the background to
facilitate recovery (re-launch) of the SKF @ptitude Analyst Monitor application in the
event of a SKF Analyst Monitor failure.
To activate/deactivate SKF @ptitude Monitor Recovery on a computer running
SKF @ptitude Analyst Monitor:
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In the dialog’s Status area, information is provided as to the recovery service’s
current state, and buttons are provided that allow you to manually start and
stop the recovery service. If the Service Status indicates the service is not
running, press the Start button to start the recovery service. Then use the
Start Mode Action options to specify how you wish the recovery service to
perform after the computer has restarted.
In the Start Mode Action area, use the Startup Type drop down list to specify
how you would like the recovery service to start when the computer restarts,
either:
Automatic – (recommended) To direct the recovery service to automatically
restart upon machine restart.
Manual – To specify that the recovery service is to be manually started using the
Status area’s Start button, or manually stopped with the Stop button (in the
event you are not running Monitor on the computer).
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Disabled – To disable the recovery service from restarting after the computer is
restarted. The recovery service will not restart unless either Automatic or
Manual are selected and applied.
After specifying the recovery service’s Startup Type, press the Apply button to
save the new Startup Type, or the Cancel button to cancel the change.
 Use the Register button to re-register the recovery service if it has
been unregistered.
SKF @ptitude Thin Client Transfer
Figure 22.
The SKF @ptitude Analyst Thin Client Transfer Configuration Dialog.
Thin Client Transfer is a small application that deploys very easily and facilitates data
transfer to and from Microlog and MARLIN Data Acquisition Devices (DADs), without
using the SKF @ptitude Analyst interface (via a connection through the SKF @ptitude
Analyst Transaction Server).
After installation of Thin Client Transfer use this dialog to specify:
Transaction Server Host – Enter the machine name or IP address of the computer
where the Transaction Server is installed.
Transaction Server Port – Enter the TCP Port used for communication with the
Transaction Server host. This must match the same port configured on the
Transaction Server host. Make sure your firewall software does not block this port.
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If desired, press the Test Connection button to test your transaction service
configuration. A dialog indicates test results.
Press the Save button to save your configuration.
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SKF @ptitude Analyst License Key Manager
Figure 23.
The SKF @ptitude Analyst License Manager Dialog.
This dialog is added as a convenience to allow you to quickly launch the SKF
@ptitude Analyst License Key Manager (detailed previously in this Installation
Manual).
To launch the License Key Manager:
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Press the License Key button. The SKF @ptitude Analyst License Key
Manager window appears.
 Reference the License Key Manager section previous in this
Installation Manual for details on using the License Key Manager.
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SKF @ptitude IMx Service
SKF @ptitude IMx Service
Figure 24.
The SKF @ptitude IMx Service Configuration Dialog.
This dialog allows you to add one or more “IMx Services” to the SKF @ptitude
Analyst system (each IMx Service appears on a row in the dialog’s table). An IMx
Service is necessary to enable communication between SKF Multilog IMx on-line
monitoring devices and an SKF @ptitude Analyst database storing IMx data.
 To establish communications between the IMx Service and the IMx
devices, you must first set each IMx device’s network configuration
and identification using the SKF Multilog IMx Configurator.
For communication speed purposes, it is preferable to add the IMx Service to the
computer storing the SKF @ptitude Analyst database. Each IMx Service is able to
facilitate communication between one SKF @ptitude Analyst database and up to 255
IMx devices. Therefore, if you utilize more than one SKF @ptitude Analyst database
or more than 255 IMx devices, you must configure multiple IMx Services. You may
add multiple IMx Services on the same computer, and also on multiple computers on
an SKF @ptitude Analyst network, depending on your needs.
 If you utilize less than 255 IMx devices and only one SKF @ptitude
Analyst database, you may still prefer to configure multiple IMx
Services to facilitate faster communications.
To add a new IMx Service:
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On the computer on which you wish to add the new IMx Service, select the
Configuration Tool’s SKF @ptitude IMx Service option. The IMx Service
Configuration dialog appears.
Select the dialog’s Add button, then use fields in the dialog’s Properties area to
configure the new IMx Service.
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 If no database connections yet exist, the Manage Connections
dialog automatically appears, allowing you to add a database
connection. Reference the Database Connections section later in
this section for more detail.
Name – Enter a unique name to identify the IMx Service (alphanumeric and
underscore characters only).
Port – Enter the computer’s TCP Port used for the communication with the
IMx devices. Each IMx Service must have a unique Port number. Make sure
your firewall software does not block this port.
IMx hostname – Read only, displays the computer’s host name.
Connection title – Database connections identify specific SKF @ptitude Analyst
databases. Select an existing database connection to be used by the IMx
Service from the drop down list.
 If you do not have existing database connections, reference the
Database Connections section later in this section for more detail.
Email List – If the service loses connection to the database, and you wish to
automatically receive an email notification about the loss of connection, enable
the Send emails when service loses database connection check box. Click
the Email list button to enter email addresses to which the IMx Service will
send notifications.
Figure 25.
The Email List Dialog.
 Each email address must be separated by either a comma or
semicolon.
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 Before the email recipients can receive these notifications, you must
first configure the SMTP settings. Reference the SMTP Settings
section later in this chapter.
When finished, press the Save button to save the new IMx Service configuration,
the new IMx Service appears in the table and the new IMx Service initiates, or
press the Undo button to cancel the changes.
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Select the IMx Service to edit from the table and press the Edit button, then edit
the IMx Service properties as described above. When finished, press the Save
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button to save any changes (confirmation prompts appear), or the Undo button
to cancel any changes.
To deactivate / activate an existing IMx Service:
At times you may wish to deactivate an IMx Service (stop communication between
the IMx devices and its database), then reactivate it at a later time. This operation is
needed if you decide to move the IMx Service to another computer.
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In the table, select the IMx Service to deactivate and press the Deactivate
button. The selected IMx Service is deactivated (but not removed from the IMx
Services table).
 Any IMx devices that were configured to communicate with this IMx
Service will no longer have their data saved in the SKF @ptitude
Analyst database.
The deactivated IMx Service still appears in the table, but when selected, the
Deactivate button changes to an Activate button indicating the IMx Service is not
currently operating. Press the Activate button to resume the IMx Service’s
communication operations.
To remove an IMx Service:
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In the table, select the IMx Service to remove and press the Remove button.
The selected IMx Service is deactivated and removed from the IMx Services
table.
 Any IMx devices that were configured to communicate with this IMx
Service will no longer have their data saved in the SKF @ptitude
Analyst database.
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SKF @ptitude Microlog Service
Figure 26.
The SKF @ptitude Microlog Service Configuration Dialog.
This dialog allows you to add one or more “Microlog Services” to the SKF @ptitude
Analyst system (each Microlog Service appears on a row in the dialog’s table). A
Microlog Service is necessary to enable communication between SKF Microlog
Inspector devices and an SKF @ptitude Analyst database storing Microlog Inspector
data.
For communication speed purposes, it is preferable to add the Microlog Service to
the computer storing the SKF @ptitude Analyst database. You may add multiple
Microlog Services on the same computer, and also on multiple computers on an SKF
@ptitude Analyst network, depending on your needs.
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To add a new Microlog Service:
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On the computer on which you wish to add the new Microlog Service, select the
Configuration Tool’s SKF @ptitude Microlog Service option. The Microlog
Service Configuration dialog appears.
Select the dialog’s Add button, then use fields in the dialog’s Properties area to
configure the new Microlog Service.
 If no database connections yet exist, the Manage Connections
dialog automatically appears, allowing you to add a database
connection. Reference the Database Connections section later in
this section for more detail.
Name – Enter a unique name to identify the Microlog Service (alphanumeric
and underscore characters only).
Port – Enter the computer’s TCP Port used for the communication with the
Microlog Inspector devices. Each Microlog Service must have a unique Port
number. Make sure your firewall software does not block this port.
Hostname – Read only, displays the computer’s host name.
Connection title – Database connections identify specific SKF @ptitude Analyst
databases. Select an existing database connection to be used by the Microlog
Service from the drop down list.
 If you do not have existing database connections, reference the
Database Connections section later in this section for more detail.
Email List – If the service loses connection to the database, and you wish to
automatically receive an email notification about the loss of connection, enable
the Send emails when service loses database connection check box. Click
the Email list button to enter email addresses to which the Microlog Service
will send notifications.
Figure 27.
The Email List Dialog.
 Each email address must be separated by either a comma or
semicolon.
 Before the email recipients can receive these notifications, you must
first configure the SMTP settings. Reference the SMTP Settings
section later in this chapter.
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When finished, press the Save button to save the new Microlog Service
configuration, the new Microlog Service appears in the table and the new
Microlog Service initiates, or press the Undo button to cancel the changes.
To edit an existing Microlog Service:
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Select the Microlog Service to edit from the table and press the Edit button,
then edit the Microlog Service properties as described above. When finished,
press the Save button to save any changes (confirmation prompts appear), or
the Undo button to cancel any changes.
To deactivate / activate an existing Microlog Service:
At times you may wish to deactivate a Microlog Service (stop communication
between the Microlog devices and its database), then reactivate it at a later time.
This operation is needed if you decide to move the Microlog Service to another
computer.
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In the table, select the Microlog Service to deactivate and press the Deactivate
button. The selected Microlog Service is deactivated (but not removed from the
Microlog Services table).
 Any Microlog Inspector devices that were configured to
communicate with this Microlog Service will no longer have their
data saved in the SKF @ptitude Analyst database.
The deactivated Microlog Service still appears in the table, but when selected, the
Deactivate button changes to an Activate button indicating the Microlog Service is
not currently operating. Press the Activate button to resume the Microlog Service’s
communication operations.
To remove a Microlog Service:
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In the table, select the Microlog Service to remove and press the Remove
button. The selected Microlog Service is deactivated and removed from the
Microlog Services table.
 Any Microlog Inspector devices that were configured to
communicate with this Microlog Service will no longer have their
data saved in the SKF @ptitude Analyst database.
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SKF @ptitude WMx Service
Figure 28.
The SKF @ptitude WMx Service Configuration Dialog.
This dialog allows you to add one or more “WMx Services” to the SKF @ptitude
Analyst system (each WMx Service appears on a row in the dialog’s table). A WMx
Service is necessary to enable communication between SKF Multilog WMx on-line
monitoring devices and an SKF @ptitude Analyst database storing WMx data.
 To establish communications between the WMx Service and the
WMx devices, you must first set each WMx device’s network
configuration and identification using the SKF Wireless
Configuration Utility. Reference the SKF Multilog On-Line System
WMx User Manual for details.
For communication speed purposes, it is preferable to add the WMx Service to the
computer storing the SKF @ptitude Analyst database. Each WMx Service is able to
facilitate communication between one SKF @ptitude Analyst database and up to one
or more WMx devices. You may add multiple WMx Services on multiple computers
on an SKF @ptitude Analyst network, depending on your needs.
 You can configure multiple WMx Services to facilitate faster
communications.
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To add a new WMx Service:
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On the computer on which you wish to add the new WMx Service, select the
Configuration Tool’s SKF @ptitude WMx Service option. The WMx Service
Configuration dialog appears.
 When you first open the SKF WMx Service Configuration dialog, a
message displays prompting existing WMx users to import their
Wireless DB Builder database into @ptitude Analyst using the WMx
Conversion Utility. To launch the conversion utility, locate filename
skfWMxConversionUtility.exe in C://Program Files/SKFRS/@ptitude Analyst and double-click it. Reference the SKF WMx
Conversion Utility.PDF file on your SKF @ptitude Analyst installation
DVD (located in Tools/WMx) for more details.
Select the dialog’s Add button, then use fields in the dialog’s Properties area to
configure the new WMx Service.
 If no database connections yet exist, the Manage Connections
dialog automatically appears, allowing you to add a database
connection. Reference the Database Connections section later in
this section for more detail.
Name – Enter a unique name to identify the WMx Service (alphanumeric and
underscore characters only).
Service Port – Enter the computer’s TCP Port used for the communication
with the WMx devices. Each WMx Service must have a unique Port number.
Make sure your firewall software does not block this port.
Internal Port – Enter the internal port number that the WMx Service requires
for internal communications. Typically, this is one digit higher than the Service
Port number. For example, if the Service Port number is 8000, then the
Internal Port number should be 8001.
Host – Read only, displays the computer’s host name.
Connection title – Database connections identify specific SKF @ptitude Analyst
databases. Select an existing database connection to be used by the WMx
Service from the drop down list.
 If you do not have existing database connections, reference the
Database Connections section later in this section for more detail.
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Email List – If the service loses connection to the database, and you wish to
automatically receive an email notification about the loss of connection, enable
the Send emails when service loses database connection check box. Click
the Email list button to enter email addresses to which the WMx Service will
send notifications.
Figure 29.
The Email List Dialog.
 Each email address must be separated by either a comma or
semicolon.
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 Before the email recipients can receive these notifications, you must
first configure the SMTP settings. Reference the SMTP Settings
section later in this chapter.
When finished, press the Save button to save the new WMx Service
configuration, the new WMx Service appears in the table and the new WMx
Service initiates, or press the Undo button to cancel the changes.
To edit an existing WMx Service:
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Select the WMx Service to edit from the table and press the Edit button, then
edit the WMx Service properties as described above. When finished, press the
Save button to save any changes (confirmation prompts appear), or the Undo
button to cancel any changes.
To deactivate / activate an existing WMx Service:
At times you may wish to deactivate an WMx Service (stop communication between
the WMx devices and its database), then reactivate it at a later time. This operation
is needed if you decide to move the WMx Service to another computer.

In the table, select the WMx Service to deactivate and press the Deactivate
button. The selected WMx Service is deactivated (but not removed from the
WMx Services table).
 Any WMx devices that were configured to communicate with this
WMx Service will no longer have their data saved in the SKF
@ptitude Analyst database.
The deactivated WMx Service still appears in the table, but when selected, the
Deactivate button changes to an Activate button indicating the WMx Service is not
currently operating. Press the Activate button to resume the WMx Service’s
communication operations.
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To remove a WMx Service:
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In the table, select the WMx Service to remove and press the Remove button.
The selected WMx Service is deactivated and removed from the WMx Services
table.
 Any WMx devices that were configured to communicate with this
WMx Service will no longer have their data saved in the SKF
@ptitude Analyst database.
SMTP Settings
Figure 30.
The SMTP Settings Dialog.
This dialog allows you to configure the e-mail notification system.
Name – Enter the name of the SMTP server.
Server address – Enter the address of your outgoing SMTP mail server.
Port – Enter the SMTP port used by your mail client.
From – Enter the email address you wish for SKF @ptitude Analyst to use to send an
email.
User name – Enter the user name used to connect to the SMTP server.
User password – Enter the password associated with the selected user name.
Requires authentication - When enabled, you are required to log on to the SMTP
server.
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User secure connection - When enabled, the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) security
protocol is used when connecting to the SMTP server. When finished, press the
Save button to save the SMTP configuration.
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Click the Test button to verify that the specified SMTP settings are valid. If
successful, the Email List dialog displays, allowing you to enter one or more
email addresses to which to send a test email. If an error message displays,
check your settings and make any necessary changes, then click the Test button
again.
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Installing SKF @ptitude Analyst Thin Client Transfer
SKF @ptitude Analyst Thin Client Transfer is a small application that deploys very
easily and facilitates data transfer to and from Microlog and MARLIN Data Acquisition
Devices (DADs), without using the SKF @ptitude Analyst interface.
 Thin Client Transfer is not for use with Microlog Inspector devices.
Thin Client Transfer has two modes of communication:
Direct communicate with an SKF @ptitude Analyst database – This method
provides database communication that allows data to be uploaded to and
downloaded from a Microlog or MARLIN DAD from a remote client computer,
bypassing the SKF @ptitude Analyst application interface. This is done by directly
connecting with the SKF @ptitude Analyst database via an optimized connection
through the SKF @ptitude Analyst Transaction Server.
This method requires a connection to the Transaction Server at all locations where
Thin Client Transfer is installed.
File Transfer – This method allows users to transfer data via a file, without
requiring a direct connection between the Microlog or MARLIN DAD and the
computer hosting SKF @ptitude Analyst. This is primarily used when data collection
occurs at a remote location without an SKF @ptitude Analyst installation.
This method requires a connection to the Transaction Server to upload / download to
the SKF @ptitude Analyst installation, but does not require a Transaction Server
connection to communicate with the DADs.
A Note About Thin Client Transfer Licenses
SKF @ptitude Analyst Thin Client Transfer File CMSW7320 (file transfer mode) and
SKF @ptitude Analyst Thin Client Transfer Direct CMSW7321 (direct database
communication mode) products are licensed separately. Each license specifies the
number of remote computers that may upload data to SKF @ptitude Analyst. Once
you upload data from your DAD, one of the licenses for that upload method is
permanently tied to the computer that was used to either perform the upload or
generate the upload file.
Licenses are validated during upload using the Transaction Server to which the Thin
Client Transfer installation connects. You do not need to enter license keys at each
location where Thin Client Transfer is installed; rather, licenses are entered using the
License Key Manager on the computer hosting the Transaction Server.
If you have one license key file on your network that is shared by multiple
installations of SKF @ptitude Analyst, you may enter the Thin Client Transfer
licenses in the License Key Manager at any SKF @ptitude Analyst installation. If each
installation uses its own license file, you must enter the keys on the computer
hosting the Transaction Server referenced by Thin Client Transfer, as specified
during the Thin Client Transfer installation procedure.
 By default, license key files are stored on the local computer. If you
would like to place a copy of the license key file on the network
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SMTP Settings
where it can be shared by multiple installations, use the File / Use
File… menu option in the License Key Manager at each SKF
@ptitude Analyst installation.
 If the Thin Client Transfer license key was entered during
installation of the Transaction Server host, no further action is
required. If it was not already entered, you may enter the key at
any time using the License Key Manager.
Installing Thin Client Transfer
To launch the Thin Client Transfer install program:
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Verify that your computer meets the minimum system requirements, then insert
the Application DVD into your CD drive. The install program automatically
launches.
 If the install program does not run automatically, double click the
Autorun.exe file on the installation DVD to manually launch the
install program.
Select the appropriate language from the displayed menu. A second menu
launches with options to view the manuals or install applications.
Select SKF @ptitude Applications. The Product Installation Menu launches.
Select SKF @ptitude Analyst Thin Client transfer. The installation files are
extracted and the Welcome page appears.
Click Next to continue to the License Agreement page.
Carefully read the license agreement. If you do not agree with the terms of the
license agreement, click Cancel to abort the installation. If you agree with the
terms, select I accept the terms of the license agreement and click Next to
proceed to the Choose Destination Location page.
 If SKF @ptitude Analyst is already installed on this computer, the
previously selected destination location is automatically used and
this page does not appear.
The default destination location displays.
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Accept the default location (recommended), or use the Browse button to select a
new location, and click the Next command button. The Transaction Server
Name page displays.
You must specify whether this computer requires a connection to the transaction
server, and if so, the Transaction Server to use with this Thin Client Transfer
installation.
This computer will connect to the Transaction Server – Communication between
SKF @ptitude Analyst and SKF @ptitude Thin Client Transfer is handled through the
Transaction Server. If this Thin Client Transfer installation will be used to
communicate with an SKF @ptitude Analyst database (i.e., upload to and download
from the Analyst hierarchy), you must specify the Transaction Server to use. Leave
this check box enabled and enter the Transaction Server information in the following
fields. If this Thin Client Transfer installation will only be used to communicate with
the Microlog or MARLIN at a remote location via file transfer (CMSW7320) and does
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not require a connection to the SKF @ptitude Analyst database, unmark this check
box and click Next.
Name – Enter the machine name or IP address of the computer where the
Transaction Server is installed.
Port – Enter the TCP Port used for communication with the Transaction Server host.
This must match the same port configured on the Transaction Server host.
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 Make sure to allow this port by your firewall software installed on
the host computer.
Click Next. The Ready to Install the Program page displays.
Click Install to begin the installation.
The Installing Thin Client Transfer page displays progress. When the installation is
complete, the Stop and Read page displays. This page provides important
information concerning licensing your SKF @ptitude Thin Client Transfer installation.
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Read the information on the page and click Next.
 For more information on licensing, refer to the A Note About Thin
Client Transfer Licenses heading, earlier in this section.
InstallShield Wizard Complete page displays. This page provides an option to
Show the readme file. The Readme file contains important information related to
your installation. It is recommended that you leave this option button selected.
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Click Finish to close the wizard and return to the main installation menu.
Click the back arrow twice to return to the Select Language menu.
Click exit to close the menu.
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Removing your Installation
Once initial setup has been completed, you can re-launch the installation at any time
to uninstall SKF @ptitude Analyst.
To re-launch the setup program:
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Insert the Application DVD into your DVD drive. The install program
automatically launches.
 If the install program does not run automatically, double click the
Autorun.exe file on the installation DVD to manually launch the
install program.
Select the appropriate language from the displayed menu.
Select SKF @ptitude Analyst / SKF @ptitude Inspector / SKF @ptitude
Analyst HMI. The Modify, repair, or remove the program page displays.
 In some cases, a message displays that an older version of the
software was detected and the setup aborts. If this occurs, access
Add or Remove Programs from the Windows Control Panel. Locate
the SKF @ptitude Analyst option and select Remove. The Remove
the program page displays.
Options include:
Remove – Uninstalls SKF @ptitude Analyst.
If you select Remove at the Remove the program page, a confirmation displays
asking you to verify your decision to uninstall SKF @ptitude Analyst.
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Select Yes to uninstall SKF @ptitude Analyst, including all installed add-on
applications.
 You must first stop and deactivate all SKF @ptitude IMx / WMx /
Microlog Inspector services associated with this installation before
you can uninstall SKF @ptitude Analyst. Reference the appropriate
SKF @ptitude service sections in Chapter 2, SKF @ptitude Analyst
Configuration Tool for details.
 Uninstall does not remove the @ptitude Analyst License Key
Manager, the @ptitude Home application, the Microsoft .NET 3.5 /
4.0 framework, or the database.
The Setup Status page displays progress of the uninstall.
When the uninstall is complete, the Uninstall Complete page displays.
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 Depending on your configuration, you may be asked to reboot after
uninstalling.
Click Finish to close the wizard and return to the installation menu.
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Overview
Figure 31.
The SKF @ptitude Analyst License Key Manager Program.
SKF @ptitude Analyst uses license keys to:
 scale the application’s features scope;
 enable concurrent use of the total number of licenses acquired by the end
user;
 store the application instance serial number;
 view the application’s expiration time, where applicable.
Upon startup, the SKF @ptitude Analyst core application determines the specific
functionality to which it is licensed based on the configured license key and presents
itself as one of the following four core applications:
 SKF @ptitude Analyst for SKF Microlog Analyzer (supports Microlog Analyzer
only)
 SKF @ptitude Inspector (supports MARLIN and Microlog Inspector only)
 SKF @ptitude Analyst for Multilog On-line Systems (supports CMU and TMU
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SKF @ptitude Analyst (supports Microlog Analyzer, Microlog Inspector,
MARLIN, CMU, TMU, LMU, MIM, IMx, and DMx)
In addition to the core functionality, end users may obtain licenses for one or more
add-ons, which further extend the features of the installed software. Licenses are
provided to activate the individual add-ons that have been purchased.
Licenses are also used to grant concurrent use of the software in a network
environment.
Options on this dialog include:
New License Key – Used to add a new key. (Refer to Operation of the License Key
Manager, later in this section, for details.)
Key Summary list - Displays information about configured license keys:
Product Number – The SKF model number that identifies the product
associated with the license key.
Serial Number - The serial number that uniquely identifies your purchase
summary. (If you ever require technical or sales support, having your serial
number will greatly speed the process.)
Valid – Indicates whether the license key is valid. (This column is only used
when importing a license key file. You will not be able to directly add an invalid
key. Refer to Operation of the License Key Manager below for details.)
Version – The software version covered by the license key.
Licenses – The number of users covered by the license key.
Expiration - Some features can be activated on a trial basis to allow you the
opportunity to use the feature before making the decision to purchase. In this
situation, the feature is activated for a specified time period. The expiration
date displays here. Upon making a purchase, a new license is provided without
the time restriction.
Comment – Allows the user to enter a comment about each license key in the
license manager file. Click the Set button to save your comment.
Description - Provides information about the application associated with the key
highlighted in the Key Summary list.
Delete – Deletes the key currently highlighted in the Key Summary list.
Messages - Shows the output of activities, including error messages.
Copy - Copy the license keys and messages to the clipboard, which can then easily be
pasted into other applications, such as Microsoft Word or an e-mail.
Commonly Asked Questions
The following section lists a number of commonly asked questions related to license
keys in SKF @ptitude Analyst. Operation and use of the License Key Manager is
described after this section.
Q. Where are the product license keys stored?
A. All product license keys are maintained in a license key file. License key files are
indicated by the filename extension “.alf” This file may be located on the end
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user’s PC or on a shared network drive. It is possible to make backup copies of
a license key file. Only one license key file is active at any given time.
 If license key file is on a shared network drive, this location must be
accessible by all clients.
Q. How do I obtain a license key?
A. When an SKF @ptitude Analyst product is purchased, SKF ships a support
package to the end user. This support package may come in several different
forms depending on the particulars of the purchased items. As part of the
support package, a license key letter is included which lists all applicable license
keys. If, by accident, the support package did not include this license key letter,
or the letter was misplaced, one may obtain a copy of this from the designated
Customer Service representative. Product license keys may also be distributed
as part of an email.
Q. How do I manage license keys?
A. During first time installation, as well as additional purchases of other software
modules later on, one must update the license key file to enable the purchased
items. The SKF @ptitude Analyst License Key Manager is the primary method
for maintaining the license key file. With it, you can add and remove license
keys, either one at the time or by importing an entire block of license keys from
a file. Through the LKM, one can quickly get an overview of the active license
keys and the entitlements for which they allow.
Q. How is the application’s serial number used?
A. Every purchase of SKF @ptitude Analyst is assigned a serial number. If a
purchase involves a multi client license, all individual installations within that
multi client license have the same serial number. The serial number allows SKF
to properly manage your service and upgrade entitlements, such as Product
Support Plans and maintenance releases. End users can view their
application’s serial number using the LKM.
Add-Ons that are enabled as part of a purchase acquire the same serial
number as the core application.
Customers may purchase more than one core application, or purchase
different core applications, each with its own serial number. For example, SKF
@ptitude Analyst for SKF Microlog Analyzer only may be purchased for two
different plants. Both will have their own individual serial number.
Alternatively, a single site may have purchased SKF @ptitude Analyst 10 multi
client licenses and SKF @ptitude Inspector 5 multi client licenses. Again, each
will have a separate serial number, and will be placed in separate .alf files.
Q. How does the product license key expiration date affect my installation?
A. Product license keys may have an embedded expiration date. The expiration
date gives a user the ability to operate an SKF @ptitude Analyst application for
a limited period of time. It is, in essence, a temporary license. Using the LKM,
one may determine the specific expiration date for a given license key. SKF
@ptitude Analyst applications that are enabled under a temporary license may
show a warning message upon startup, or show the expiration date in the main
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window’s title. The expiration of the application is enforced at the point of
startup.
Temporarily licensed applications operate identically to permanently licensed
applications; however, all functionality is lost after the expiration date. To
restore functionality, please contact your sales or customer representative. Any
acquired and stored data will be restored when the expired license key is
replaced by either a new temporary or permanent license.
SKF @ptitude Analyst products may be separated into a) the core application,
b) add-ons, and c) supporting applications. Add-ons extend the functionality of
the main application and entirely integrate into the main application’s menu
and help system. Both core application and Add-on functions require an
appropriate product license key. Both may have an expiration date, although
the most common situation will be for the core application to be licensed
permanently and the Add-On to have a temporary license. When the Add-On’s
temporary license expires, its functionality and features are removed from the
main menus. Data acquired with and/or associated with the Add-On remains
part of the database and is not lost. Supporting applications provide added
functionality, but reside outside the core application; they require their own key
and serial number.
Q. Do I need a new product license key when updating to a newer major
version of the application I currently use?
A. Yes. Product license keys enable a specific application functionality and
maintenance version. Please contact your sales representative with any
questions.
Q. I received a new product license key. How do I validate that it entitles me
to the functionality I purchased?
A. The simplest way to verify the entitlements of a product license key is to add
the key to the current license file using the LKM. The LKM shows the specific
entitlements, such as number of application clients, serial number, expiration
date, etc.
Q. How do I upgrade the number of users for my SKF @ptitude Analyst
installation?
A. You will need to purchase the upgrade for the desired number of users. After
purchase, SKF will extend a new product license key to you, which replaces
your existing product license key for the application you upgraded. For
example, assume that you are currently licensed to run five concurrent users
for SKF @ptitude Analyst. The existing license key file holds a product license
key, which enables SKF @ptitude Analyst for these five application clients. Upon
receipt of the new product license key, you should remove the current license
key and add the new license key with the upgraded number of users.
Q. Where is the reference to the product license key file?
A. To make sure that all appropriate @ptitude applications operate on and can
refer to the same license key file, the path to this license key file is stored in the
client PC’s LicenseMngr.exe.config file.
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Q. How do I share the product license key file with two or more users?
A. Follow these steps:
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Ensure that all applicable users have read access to a common drive.
2.
Start LKM on one of the client PCs that is appropriately licensed.
3.
Select File / Save As… to store the product license key file on the common
drive in a location accessible by all other client PCs.
4.
For each subsequent client PC, start the LKM and select File / Use File…
to select the product license key file created in step 3.
As an alternative to step 4, you may also modify the registry to have the
LicenseFile entry point to the commonly located file directly. Note that this
works only if all client PCs access the common network drive by the exact same
path, including drive letter.
Q. How do I limit end user access to the product license key file to minimize
tampering?
A. SKF @ptitude Analyst applications always require read access to the product
license key file. Therefore, setting the access rights to read only and
additionally removing the LKM from the end user’s PC should be sufficient to
avoid tampering.
Operation of the License Key Manager
The License Key Manager provides the ability to enter license keys manually, or to
use an existing license key file.
To manually enter a key:
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Enter the license key in the License Key field and click Add. If the license key is
valid, it appears in the Key Summary list. (If the key is not valid, you are
informed in the Messages area of this dialog.)
 The LKM reviews new license keys against its list of already entered
license keys. If a license key is entered with greater capabilities than
the already entered license key, the latter will be replaced. For
example, if a license key exists that licenses SKF @ptitude Analyst
V4.1 for 5 users and a new license key is entered that licenses that
same SKF @ptitude Analyst V4.1 but now for 10 users, the existing
license key on file is replaced with the license key having greater
capabilities.
To import a license key file:
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If you have been provided with a license key file, select File / Import from the
menu. A Windows Open dialog displays.
Locate the license file and click Open. Any license keys in the file that have not
already been entered are appended to the Key Summary list.
 By default, license files are named LicFile.alf.
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To switch between product license key files:
By default license key files are stored on the local computer. If you would like to place
a copy of the license key file on the network where it can be shared by multiple
installations, you can switch to the network license key file. Additionally, there may
be circumstances that require you to keep two license key files for use at different
times.
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 The LKM operates only one license key file at the time.
To switch between two files, select File / Use File…
Important
Carefully review the end user license agreement before proceeding. It is a
violation of your agreement to share a license key file with more installations
than you purchased.
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A message appears warning you that the selected license file will be used by all
SKF @ptitude Analyst applications and asking you whether you would like to
proceed. Select Yes to continue to a Windows Open dialog where you can select
the license file.
 If you have manually entered license keys at this dialog prior to
selecting a license key file, keys that are not in the selected license
key file will be overwritten and the associated features will cease
functioning.
To change the location of the product license key file:
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Select File / Save As from the menu. A Windows Save As dialog appears.
Select a new location and enter a name for the file.
Click Save to save the license key file to the specified location.
 This feature can also be used to save the configured license keys to
a file to facilitate installation on other computers.
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SKF @ptitude Analyst System Connection Diagram
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H
HMI configuration 2-15
host
Transaction Server 2-16
B
backup 1-21
C
client
Transaction Server 2-17
D
database
change 2-9
configuration 2-1
connect name 2-6
connection information 1-4, 1-16
considerations 1-4, 1-16
demo 2-1
run SQL script 2-13
save 2-9
specifying database tool 2-2
supported 1-4, 1-16
type 2-6
update 2-12
user management 2-10
database manager 1-4, 1-16
database, demo 2-3
demo database 2-3
I
IMx service 2-21
adding 2-21
deactivate 2-23
editing 2-23
remove 2-23
installation 1-14
copy files 1-23
DVD 1-14
file location 1-22
maintenance 4-1
menu 1-19, 3-2
modify, remove, or repair 4-1
readme 1-23
Thin Client Transfer 3-2
L
License Agreement 1-21
license key
expiration A-3
obtaining A-3
sharing A-5
upgrade A-4
License Key Manager 1-22, 2-20
import key file A-5
switch key file A-6
E
email list 2-22, 2-25, 2-29
F
file location 1-22
G
general configuration 2-14
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maintenance 4-1
Microlog Inspector service 2-24
Microlog service 2-24
adding 2-25
deactivate 2-26
editing 2-26
remove 2-26
Microsoft .NET Framework 1-21
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Microsoft SQL Server: See SQL Server, See SQL
Server
monitor recovery configuration 2-18
N
network considerations 1-6
O
Windows Vista 1-7
WMx Conversion Utitlity 2-28
WMx database conversion 2-28
WMx service
deactivate 2-29
editing 2-29
remove 2-30
WMx service 2-27
adding 2-28
Oracle
migrating data 1-10
password 2-8
supported versions 1-4, 1-16
upgrade 1-10
R
readme 1-23
remove installation 4-1
run SQL script 2-13
S
SMTP settings 2-22, 2-25, 2-29, 2-30
SQL Server
migrating data 1-11
password 2-8
supported versions 1-4, 1-16
upgrade 1-11
supported databases 1-4, 1-16
T
technical support 1-4
Thin Client Transfer 3-2
configuration 2-19
Transaction Server
considerations 1-6
transaction service configuration 2-16
U
uninstall 4-1
upgrade 1-9
V
Vista 1-7
W
Windows 4.5 installer 1-21
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