Install Agile.Now in your OutSystems Environments
  • 16 Feb 2022
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Install Agile.Now in your OutSystems Environments

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Requirements for Agile.Now DevOps in LifeTime

There are currently 2 dependencies needed for Agile.Now DevOps that are not installed by default in a LifeTime environment.

The suggested way of installing these two solution is via ServiceStudio and its inbuilt Forge. This will allow your platform to choose the correct version as needed.

Those are:

Install Agile.Now DevOps in LifeTime

  • Log into your physical/virtual machine running OutSystems LifeTime.

Open a browser and open the following link:

OutSystems Forge - Agile.Now DevOps

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If you are not logged in to your OutSystems.com account, click the "Login to Download" button and sign in with your credentials.

You will now be returned to the module page. Click "Download". A popup will ask you to agree to the terms of the download:

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Save the OSP file somewhere on your drive:

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Log into your LifeTime ServiceCenter with a user that has Admin rights:

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Once logged in, click "Factory" and then click on "Solutions":

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Click "Upload & Publish a Solution", then click "Choose file":

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In the Open popup, select the downloaded file and click "Open":

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Page will update with the loaded solution, click *"1-Click Publish"":

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Agile.Now DevOps Solution will now publish:

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Publish should complete without any issues

Install Agile.Now DevOps Probe in FrontEnd

  • Log into your physical/virtual machine running OutSystems FrontEnd.

Open a browser and open the following link:

OutSystems Forge - Agile.Now DevOps Probe

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If you are not logged in to your OutSystems.com account, click the "Login to Download" button and sign in with your credentials.

You will now be returned to the module page. Click the dropdown next to the Install button and click "Install in Service Studio". A popup will ask for confirmation to Open Service Studio:

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In Service Studio, log into your FrontEnd with an Admin account:

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Service Studio will now analyze your environment for dependencies:

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Once complete, dependencies will be shown, or if none, show that the Application is ready to be installed. Click Install button to start the install:

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