If you already have an earlier version of Enterprise Spatial installed, do not uninstall this after installing Enterprise Spatial 7.1 because this will result in new 7.1 registry entries being deleted. If you wish to nunsinstall the earlier version do this before installing 7.1. Consult Xmarc support for details of how to remove it cleanly if you are unsure.
Execute the provided setup executable, which will be called something like setup_es7.1_release1_win32.exe. You must have administrator privileges.
The installation process automatically registers fire.
You can check for correct registration by looking in the registry (use the Windows program regedit at a DOS prompt) under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/Xmarc/Fire7.1 and checking the entries therein. When Fire is started from inside an ActiveX control it looks at the OLEStartCommandLine registry entry to find out what command line parameters to use.
You can start fire by selecting Start-->Programs-->Xmarc-->Fire 7.1 Development from your Start menu.
You should stop all running services and agents before un-installing the software.
You can remove the software using the Control Panel's Add/Remove Programs.
If for any reason the Xmarc software is missing from this list, you can uninstall by selecting Start-->Programs-->Xmarc-->Uninstall ES 7.1.
Note: The un-installer does not remove environment variables.
The un-installer removes all registry entries, so if you have any previous
versions of Fire installed you will have to manually re-activate them, e.g.
to re-register Fire Version 7 type the following commands at a DOS prompt:
Use a different folder if c:\Xmarc\es7 was not the installation folder for your previous installation.
The Xmarc license server must be running for Fire, and back-end services, to
run successfully. The server program mxserver may be found in the relevant
bin directory for your installaton, e.g.
and should already be in your search path, set up by the installation process.
If you are a first time user please contact Xmarc Support at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.