Installation using Solution Installer

HP OXPd can be installed using HP Web Jetadmin or Solution Installer.

Before yo ustart this procedure, ensure that Solution Installer is installed.

The HP Web Jetadmin is recommended for installing HP OXPd if you are upgrading a large number of devices.  Several devices can be added to a specific group which can be created with HP Web Jetadmin.  Solution Installer is recommended for simple configurations such as the upgrading of one device at a time.  The solution management capabilities of HP Web Jetadmin 10.2.X support integration with OXPd’s Solution Installer.  Solution Installer is installed when the HP OXPd component is installed.

It is very important to note that during the Chai DSE and OXPd jar file installation process (using either Solution Installer or HP Web Jetadmin), AutoStore server must be running with a configuration that uses the HP OXPd Capture component along with any Route component.  The reason is that the HP OXPd Capture component publishes the Chai DSE and OXPd jar file through the HTTP protocol which is only possible with a running valid AutoStore configuration.

  1. Enter the URL, http://device_ip/hp/device/this.loader, where device_ip is the IP address for the device into a web browser.
  2. Click Browse and select hp_oxpdsolutioninstaller-ex-1.0.1.0.jar located inside ..\Distributables\HP MFP-Digital Sender (OXPd)\jars\.
  3. Click Open.
  4. To access the OXPd:SolutionInstaller User Interface webpage, enter the following web address into the browser:
    • http://Autostore Server IP:3233/HPDS2/Install, where Autostore Server IP is the IP address of the machine where the Autostore server is installed.
  5. Ensure the proper firmware has been installed on the device, then enter the IP address of the device into the field labeled Device IP.
  6. Enter the user name and password to access the device.
  7. Click GetVersionInfo to get version information for the device.
  8. Click ListApps to get information on which applications and components have been installed.
    If this is a new install of Chai Digital Send Enablers-V.4.3.0 and OXPd:Workflow 1.4.9.0, there will be no references to either of these components.
  9. To install Chai DSE, browse and locate the directory ..\Distributables\HP MFP-Digital Sender (OXPd)\jars\.
  10. For Chai DSE, select the file chai.xml.
  11. Enter the App URL.
    The App URL will be in the form of http://host_name:3233/HPDS2/GetFile/chaixx where host_name is the IP address or DNS name of the AutoStore Server running a configuration that uses the HP OXPd component.  If the actual machine name is used, note that the machine name or complete DNS path name will need to be used depending on the network configuration.  Check with the system administrator.  With chaixx, the xx refers to Group 10, 20, 30, 40 or 50.
  12. Click InstallApp.
    In the right pane of the window, the message 202 Accepted will appear.
  13. Click ListApps to get the status of the installation.
    While installation is continuing, the message Loading will be displayed.
  14. Select ListApps several times until the message Loaded is displayed.
  15. Select ListApps to display the application id.
    There may be several applications installed onto the device. The application id is displayed immediately before the application name.
  16. Check to make sure the right application id is being selected.
  17. Copy and paste the application ID into the AppID field.  Click GetAppStatus to retrieve status information for the application.
  18. Repeat step 6 through step 15 for OXPd: Workflow.
    • In step #OXD0455__get_app_info, select the file oxpd.xml.
    • In step 11, the App URL will be in the form of http://host_name:3233/HPDS2/GetFile/oxpdxx, where host_name is the IP address or DNS name of the AutoStore Server running a configuration that uses the HP OXPd component.

      If the actual machine name is used, note that the machine name or complete DNS path name will need to be used depending on the network configuration.  Check with the system administrator.  With oxpdxx, the xx refers to Group 10, 20, 30, 40 or 50.

  19. Enter the URL, http://device_ip/hp/device/this.loader, where device_ip is the IP address for the device into a web browser.
  20. In the Enter Package File section, click Browse.
  21. Select the AutoStoreAuthxx_xxx.jar file for the Authentication Agent to be installed, and click Open
     The Authentication Agent file is located within ..\Distributables\HP MFP-Digital Sender (OXPd)\jars\.
  22. Once the Authentication Agent file has been selected, click Load Package Now.
    Once the Authentication Agent file has been loaded, a Success message will be displayed.
  23. Click Loader Home.
Verify that Authentication Agent is installed.