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Setting up a test environment

Is there literature available on setting up a Lucity test environment?

Has anyone else done this already who might have some wisdom to share?

Angelyn Snyder

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Angelyn, we have a fully functioning test environment here in Lenexa, including a separate SQL instance, application/web server, SDE geodatabase, and a pool of VM desktops.

Setup is fairly straight forward. For us a "Non-production" license works well with our test configuration, however we have run into an issue before where there is some limited logging available with a non-production license. The pro's (mainly the unlimited seats for each module we own) far outweigh the con's we've found.

If you've got specific questions or concerns, I'd be happy to do my best to answer how we've addressed it here.

Tom Audley 1 vote
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Unfortunately, no we don't have any kind of setup documentation. The test environment was established many years ago. The Lucity Help Documents do a good job of outlining each step required for a "new installation" which is essentially what you'd need to do. http://help.lucity.com/webhelp/v145/install/index.htm#23949.htm
Sorry I'm not more helpful. My guess is this is probably a pretty standard service that Lucity can provide if you're not comfortable tackling it on your own.

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Has anyone found a way to "copy" (or migrate) the setup done in a test environment to a production environment without copying the data?

We want to avoid the time and energy involved in configuring Lucity Web twice (once in test and again in production) and avoid any inherent errors in that process.

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I found in the Lucity Admin tool how to export/import dashboards, tabs, views, and forms. That leaves the Work Flow Setup items and other settings throughout the modules.

Robert Sowersby 0 votes
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