Getting Started

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Getting AppWave Up and Running

Take the following steps to deploy the AppWave Enterprise Store (AppWave) for your organization.

Register to get an EDN account


  1. Download the AppWave installation file from:
    Note: Choose either the 32-bit or the 64-bit version. These installation files include the full AppWave application: Host or Server, Browser, and Studio.
    Attention.png It is important to note that currently only the 32-bit version allows you to master Apps in the AppWave Studio.
  2. Sign-in with your EDN (Embarcadero Developer Network) account or register to get one. All the fields are required.
    Note: Check your email for further information.
    Attention.png After registering, you have free access to the Embarcadero Developer Network (EDN), where you can download free trials of our products, access special community areas...
  3. The download includes all three AppWave components:
    1. AppWave: Your own private PC App Store: a centralized repository of your PC Apps, that controls user access, houses App metadata, supports usage reporting, etc.
    2. AppWave Studio: The authoring tool that lets you turn PC Windows applications into AppWave Apps. Note: Access to the Studio requires special permission from an Administrator.
    3. AppWave Browser: A dedicated App browser that provides a window into your private storefront, that lets you search, rate, review, and run AppWave Apps.
  4. Double-click the file to start the installation.
  5. A wizard guides you through the installation process:
    1. Panel One - Accepts the terms of the license agreement.
    2. Panel Two - Select the installation option: Default Installation by default.
    3. Panel Three - Review rge pre-installation summary and start the installation.
    4. Panel Four - This panel tracks the process of the installation.
    5. Panel Five: Install complete.
    Note: If you change the installation option to Custom Installation more panels appear to choose the installation folder, the location for the application repository and the AppWave ports.
  6. Accept the EULA (End User License Agreement)
  7. Now you can access http://<servername>/aaserver/welcome.spg to administrate your AppWave. Go to Admin User Guide to get more details about the configuration options.
    Note: You can access the same functionality in the Admin tab of the AppWave Browser.
  8. The users can download the browser from http://<servername>/aaserver

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See Also

  • See the AppWave Readme for System Requirements and other last minute updates