Installation

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The VA Redirector is installed on your iMIS web server and the executable files need to be available on all web servers that you have configured (if you are running a multi-server installation). Visual Antidote offers installation assistance if you are uncomfortable with these steps. Please contact us at support@visualantidote.com to schedule an appointment.

If you wish to install the VA Redirector independently here are the key steps:

1 - Install the Executable Files

VA Redirector is an .ascx based iPart. Two files are included in the installation folder.
  • VA_Redirector.ascx
  • VA_Redirector.ascx.cs
Unzip this folder and copy this folder to the appropriate location on your server, normally this folder will be:

C:\Program Files (x86)\ASI\<Install_Directory>\Net\va_iParts\SonicForms.
where "<Install_Directory>" is the name of your test or production installation. For example, the ACME Association may have "ACME" and "ACME_TEST" as two iMIS installation directories.

To install the VA Redirector simply paste the VA Redirector files into the Sonic Forms directory.

2 - Create a Content Type

Creating a custom Content Type makes deploying the VA Redirector within RiSE easy and is a recommended best practice.

Here are the steps:
2.1 - Go to RiSE >> Maintenance >> Content Types
2.2 - Select the Custom Folder
2.3 - On the menu at the top, go to New >> Content Type


2.4 - Select the ASCX-Based (iMIS Q4 2015 and later)
2.5 - Complete the form as follows:
  • Name of the Content Type: VA Redirector
  • Description of the Content Type: IQA based redirector for form and page access control.
Advanced Properties
  • URL To the control or page that is used to display items of this type at runtime: /va_iParts/FastForms/Redirector/VA_Redirector.ascx
  • URL to the control or page that is used to collect the properties of a new item of this type: /va_iParts/FastForms/Redirector/VA_Redirector.ascx (Note this only applies to iMIS Q4 2015 and above)
When you are complete, your form should match the image below: