The application can be installed using the proper installer program downloadable from: http://dist.logicaldoc.com
Please, download the installer package available for your Operating System.
Verify the presence of Java JDK (Java Development Kit)
The Java JDK (version 8 or more recent) is a technological component required to execute both LogicalDOC installer and application, so you have to provide it before starting the installation procedure. You can check the presence of Java in your system by executing this command from a console:
$ java -version
If you don't have Java installed in your system please download it from http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html.
In any case visit http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/index.html for more informations.
Do not use OpenJDK
Your system may come with a pre-installed OpenJDK package, if this is the case please replace it with an official Java JDK downloaded from the Oracle website as described above. Remember that LogicalDOC is not tested against OpenJDK and that the usage of OpenJDK will invalidate your support contract and could cause loss of informations.
Start the Installation
Once you have Java installed you are ready to start the installation of LogicalDOC in your server, please open the section of this guide dedicated to your Operative System.
Always download the last release
Beta and release candidate (RC) are only recommended for testing and not are considered stable for production
There is no support for beta or release candidates of the application