How to Install CA Data Upload Client on Windows

Document ID : KB000097886
Last Modified Date : 24/05/2018
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This document provides instructions to install and configure CA Data Upload Client on Windows Platform
CA Transaction Manager customers can use the Data Upload Client (DUT/DUC) to upload data to Transaction Manager database. This document provides a guide on how to install and configure the client tool once the customer has been set for data upload.

Data Upload Client tool Installation Steps for Windows:

1-  Install the executable file ‘CA Transaction Manager for Issuer Upload Utility.exe’
2-  Post installation, you can find the installed files in “C” drive under Program files folder.
      example => C:\Program Files (x86)\Arcot Systems and C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Arcot Shared
3-  Set the path in “Environment Variables
    Control Panel -> System and Security -> System -> Advanced System Settings (Click) [Windows 7]
    New Window (System Properties) will Open.
    Under “Advanced” -> click Environment Variables
    New Window (Environment Variables)
    Under “System Variables” click “Edit”
    New Window (Edit System Variable)
    Set Path
    Variable Name => ARCOT_HOME
    Variable Value => C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Arcot Shared [Where the conf directory exists]
   NOTE :
   Type %ARCOT_HOME% in “RUN”
   Should open “Arcot Systems” folder
4- Please ensure that the “conf” folder (example: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Arcot Shared\conf) is always under the path set on ARCOT_HOME variable
5- Under “conf” folder, open “upload.ini” file
   [Content in upload.ini file]
   # $Id: upload.ini,v 1.1 2002/10/17 19:30:24 jay Exp $
   # This configuration file should be present in '$ARCOT_HOME/conf'.
   # Use this config to set the certificate/key file paths.
   # All paths must be absolute.’
   # Set the absolute path to the client certificate that the DUT must use for SSL communication. 
   #sslCert=/opt/arcot/ssl/uploadclientcert.pem [ comment this line using a # symbol in the beginning this line]
   # The absolute path to the SSL key.
   #sslKey=/opt/arcot/ssl/uploadclientkey.pem [ comment this line using a # symbol in the beginning this line]
   # The absolute path to the Server's CA Certificate for Server Authentication.
   serverCACert=[Path of the certificate stored in your system]
6- Specify the absolute path of the server CA root certificate in the serverCACert parameter.
7- Save and close the upload.ini file.
8- Launch the CA ArcotUploadTool
9 - Enter Login Details, Transport Details, File, and Log Directory information in the appropriate fields.