This topic guides you through the process of installing and configuring Logi Report Server, running and creating reports and dashboards in Logi Report web editors, and distributing reports to a variety of outputs.
Think about the number of Logi Report servers you need if you want to set up a Logi Report Server Cluster. See Logi Report Server Cluster.
Decide the licensed features that you want for each Logi Report server. See Logi Report Licenses.
Prepare the computers on which you want to install Logi Report Server. See Logi Report Server System Requirements.
Obtain the Logi Report Server install program. Also obtain the Logi Report Server Monitor install program if you want a Server Monitor. See Logi Report download center.
Install Logi Report Server using the way you prefer. See Installing and Uninstalling Logi Report Server.
Install Server Monitor if you want to monitor your server performance. See Installing and Uninstalling Server Monitor in the Logi Report Server Monitor Guide.
Configure the server database for metadata on the Server Console or using the configuration file if you didn't do this during the installation. See Configuring Server Databases for Server Metadata in a Standalone Environment.
Create security organizations to manage different groups of users. See Multitenancy Supported via Organizations.
Set up user accounts, roles, and groups, with appropriate privileges. See Security System Data Model.
Integrate with your security software, for example, LDAP. See Using an LDAP Server's Security System.
Set up a Logi Report Server Cluster in which multiple servers work together. See Setting Up and Starting a Logi Report Server Cluster.
Configure the server database. See Configuring Server Databases for Server Metadata in an Integrated Environment.
Create the Logi Report Server WAR/EAR. See Building a WAR/EAR File to Include a Self-contained Logi Report Server.
Deploy the WAR/EAR to an application Server. See Deploying Logi Report Server to a Java Application Server.