The All-in-One app bundle is the easiest way to try Axelor Open Suite without any setup or system changes.
|For the moment, the app bundle only works on desktop systems|
Download the latest all-in-one app bundle for your system and extract
it somewhere. You can see an executable file
axelor inside the extracted folder.
Double click on the executable file to launch the application launcher GUI.
From the config screen, you can configure tomcat server port, database port, database password, language and whether to import demo data.
Following settings can be set:
Web Port- used by Tomcat to serve the app on the given port
Database Port- used by PostgreSQL server to listen for database connections
Database Password- the PostgreSQL database user password
Confirm Password- confirm the password
Language- application language
Theme- application theme to use
Depending on the operating system, the data files will be stored in:
var\datadirectory of the bundle
var/datadirectory of the bundle
$HOME/Library/Application Support/Axelor/Axelor ERP/5.0.0
Once you apply the settings, you will see following screen:
Click on Start button will start the application and you can see application log inside the log area.
Once database initialization is complete, you can see following screen:
Click on Open Browser to launch the application in your default web browser.
Use default username/password
admin/admin to login to test the application.
The application data will be stored under
var/data directory on Windows and
Linux operating systems, making it portable app:
var/data/logs- log files
var/data/postgresql- database files
var/data/tomcat- tomcat server files
var/data/upload- file uploads
var/data/tmp- temporary files
var/run/axelor.pid- the process id file
On macOS, however, the data is stored under
~/Library/Application Support/Axelor/Axelor ERP/5.0.0.
You can open the data directory directly from the settings panel by clicking on Show button next the to data directory field.
By default, the application will initialize database with data import files included from source bundles.
However, you can restore old database by putting
db-restore.dump file under data
directory when you launch application first time but before you start the server.
Also, you can do migration tasks by putting
db-migrate.sql file under data
directory. When application server starts, it will execute the migration script