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start [2016/07/26 10:47] [Installation]
start [2016/08/24 15:35] (current) [Example dataset]
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     - Unzip downloaded hEIDI file. (version 1.14.3) ftp://​​pub/​edyp/​heidi. ​     - Unzip downloaded hEIDI file. (version 1.14.3) ftp://​​pub/​edyp/​heidi. ​
     - Run <​Heidi_folder>/​bin/​heidi.exe to launch hEIDI     - Run <​Heidi_folder>/​bin/​heidi.exe to launch hEIDI
 +===== Example dataset =====
 +The ftp folder [[ftp://​​pub/​edyp/​heidi]] contains a postgresql database dump (AT_CHLORO_EX.backup) that can be used as a test dataset to start with hEIDI. In order to use this database you must first install [[http://​​docs/​irma/​doku.php?​id=msidb#​installing_database|the postgres server]]. During this installation,​ a default user is created. Once installed :
 +  -  Use the pgAdmin III tool to connect to this database server : right click on the server host (nammed "​localhost"​ if postgres is installed locally on your PC) and click "​Connect"​. Use the password you supplied at the installation step.
 +  - Select the node nammed "​Databases"​ in the hierarchy, right-click and choose "New Database"​. Choose a database name and let the "​Owner"​ field empty.
 +  - Select the newly created database, right-click and choose "​Restore"​ in the dropdown menu. In the restore dialog, choose "​Custom or tar" in the "​Format"​ field and let others empty. Do not change default values in "​options"​ tabs and click "​Restore"​ button. When the restoration completes, close the Restore dialog.
 +Once the database is restored, follow the [[firstSteps|quick start guide]] steps to connect to this test database with hEIDI. ​
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