Frequently Asked Questions about AEMS

By: Ccd Systems  09-12-2011

AEMS requires no manual installation of components on the client (any required components, such as the CrystalReports Viewer, are deployed by IIS as needed).

Server applications include:

·         The SQL database - hosted on the database tier

·         Web pages, which need to be hosted from the Web server tier

·         The Setup utility may be hosted on any server (database, IIS or other) that can connect to the database server over a network connection.

·         The AEMS Notification Utility may be hosted on any server (database, IIS or other) that can connect to the database server over a network connection.

These applications may be run on one or more servers, so long as the above noted dependencies are met.


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