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README.md

OpenLawOffice

Status: Development

Installation

Step 1 - Prerequisites

The below are currently considered the prerequisites and this software is only tested within the Microsoft (R) Visual Studio (R) 2015 IDE with Postgres 9.2 all on Windows 10.

  • .NET Framework v4.6
  • MVC 5.2.3.0
  • Postgresql

Step 2 - Database

Create a database within your postgresql server. It doesn't matter what you call it, you can change the name in the web.config discussed later.

Step 3 - Configure web.config

  • Modify your connection string <add name="Postgres": providerName="Npgsql" connectionString="server=... <-- your Postgresql database information needs to go here
  • Modify the elements of the openLawOffice section: ... <-- your configuration settings need to be entered here

Step 4 - Installation

Launch the site. You will be directed to the guided installation procedures. You will create your initial account which will be an administrator account.

Step 5 - Configuration

After you login, OLO will tell you what it needs you to do, when to do it and how to do it in order to finish your initial configuration.

Step 6 - Let me know

If you find problems with the installation, file an issue and let me know.