How to Install mojoPortal From Your WebsitePanel Using Microsoft Web App Gallery

This article will give you a step by step guide on how to install mojoPortal from your WebsitePanel. Sign into your WebsitePanel and follow these steps:

1) Click Domains

2) Click Add Domain

3) Click Sub-domain

4) Enter the name of your sub-domain. For this example, we will be using “mojoportal” as the sub-domain name

5) Click Add Domain

6) Click Microsoft Web App Gallery in the Hosting Space Menu on the left

7) Find and click mojoPortal

8 ) Click Next

9) Select the sub-domain you just created

10) You may choose to edit the database information or keep the default settings. Enter a password for the database.

If you get an error saying “Cannot use entered value for parameter ‘Database Password’. The value must match the regular expression ‘(?=^.{8,}$)((?=.*\d)|(?=.*\W+))(?![.\n])(?=.*[A-Z])(?=.*[a-z]).*”, make sure your password is at least 8 characters long with at least one lower case letter, one upper case letter and one number.

11) Click Install

12) You will then get a confirmation that your installation is complete

This concludes how to install mojoPortal from your WebsitePanel.

Once your installation is complete, your new mojoPortal page will look like this:

To test mojoPortal before installing it, visit mojo.arvixedemo.com and use the username “mojo” with the password “Test1234″ to pass the site security. Once you pass the site security, click Sign In at the top and use the email address “mojodemo@arvixedemo.com” with the password “mojodemo” to access mojoPortal

Does the sub-domain show the default Arvixe page? Click HERE to fix it.

Looking for quality mojoPortal Web Hosting? Check out Arvixe Web Hosting.

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6 Comments on How to Install mojoPortal From Your WebsitePanel Using Microsoft Web App Gallery

  1. Rick Hubka says:

    Nice tutorial Arian. Thanks.
    One thing though. “Microsoft Web App Gallery” does not show up in my Control Panel menu for my ASP package. It does not show up for a friend of mine either. I checked and in the forums it appears you need to sent support and email if it’s missing and you want it added.

  2. Shao says:

    Hi there,

    One thing not clear in the above installation.

    If I buy a domain of http://www.abcde.com what do I put where you put mojoportal.com?

    What I am unsure of is:
    1) Where does the www. go?
    2) Why do you pick a sub-domain and not a domain?

    I would want the website reference on the internet to ultimately go to http://www.abcde.com and not abcde.com nor abcde.arvixe.com.

    Thanks.

    • I have updated the 4th image to make it more clear. Where I entered ‘mojoportal’ was for the sub-domain name; the app would then be at mojoportal.abcde.com. The www. is not necessary in this installation. I pick sub-domains for the installations so that they do not all get installed to the main domain. The main domain is ArvixeDemo.com which contains multiple sub-domains with apps installed to each of them. If you want to install the app to your main domain, you may skip the first 5 steps and simply select your main domain (abcde.com) on step 9.

  3. BT says:

    In installing it I am getting an error that says
    The application could not be installed:
    – Error while install application pack
    – Error while installing application package: The application pool that you are trying to use has the ‘managedRuntimeVersion’ property set to ‘v2.0′. This application requires ‘v4.0′.

    I have gone to the Jave site and downloaded / installed Runtime V6, but still get the error message. Any suggestions?

    • In your Hosting Space Menu, click Web Sites. Find the website you are trying to install the application on and open it. Click Extensions. Where it says ASP.NET, change it to 4.0 and then click Update. The installation should work now! Good luck :)

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