Prior to Installation:
Before installing ServletExec (v 3.1, 4.0, or 4.1) you must first install
JRE 1.3.0_02 (Java Runtime Environment) which can be found
on the ArcIMS 3.1 installation CD.
Esri also requires a fully licensed version* of ServletExec
to be installed prior to installing ArcIMS. (An unlicensed
copy of ServletExec will not be sufficient for running ArcIMS.)
*You may fully enable your free downloaded copy
of ServletExec by:
In either case, the key (registration number) is entered in your browser via the
Administration tool which is included with ServletExec.
- Entering the key that you receive when you
purchase a ServletExec license.
- Obtaining a 30-day evaluation key for free, and entering it.
See step 'b' below for specific information explaining how to enter your key after you have
installed and tested ServletExec.
Before installing ServletExec for Microsoft IIS, it's very important
to completely stop IIS web server. Here are instructions
for stopping IIS to make sure the ServletExec installation is
ServletExec Installation Guide
as the installation wizard guides you through the installation process.
After installing ServletExec for Microsoft IIS, it's very important
to completely stop and restart the IIS web server. Here are
instructions for stopping and restarting IIS to make sure the ServletExec
installation is completed properly...
Stop and Start IIS
To verify the ServletExec installation was successful:
a. Open a browser window and type:
If you see the TestServlet Output screen, your install was
successful and you may continue. If you don?t see this screen,
something is wrong. Carefully review the ServletExec Installation
Guide and the FAQs at this website to make sure all installation steps have completed properly.
b. To License ServletExec type in your browser:
c. Access the license & security page, and in the License key box, paste in your license code and
click Enter License Key. (Typing the key in manually can be error prone)
d. Close ServletExec Admin.
<hostname*> is the name of the computer on which the HTTP Web Server (IIS) is installed.
If your browser is running on the same machine as your Web Server, then localhost or 127.0.0.1 will usually work here.