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VETtrak System Requirements

VETtrak consists of a front end application and a back end database.

Any of the following installation methods are possible:

  • Install both on a single workstation.
  • Install the application on a workstation and the database on a server.
  • Install both the application and the database on a server, and the users access the application via a shortcut. In this case there is no software to install on the client.
  • 'Published' Citrix / Windows (Terminal) Server Application.

Operating System

Client workstation: ​Windows 7 and up (including 8, 8.1 and 10)

​Server: Windows Server 2008 and up (including Server 2008R2, 2012 and 2012R2)

​Microsoft .NET Framework: Version 4.0 or higher

Database

Either Firebird Database Engine (version 2.5 or higher) or Microsoft SQL Server Database Engine (2008R2, 2012, 2014 and 2016, including Express Editions) can be used. We supply the Firebird Database Engine with the software. Licences of Microsoft SQL Server are up to the purchaser.

Memory requirements

Application

Memory: 100MB

HDD Space: Around 200MB for complete install

Database

Firebird database engine: 30MB

MS SQL Server database engine: See Microsoft documentation.

Database size Firebird: Initially about 40MB but will grow depending on usage. A database for 5000 students and their information (without images) would normally be around 100MB.

Database size MS SQL Server: Initially about 40MB but will grow depending on usage. A database for 5000 students and their information (without images) would normally be around 160MB. (Not including .LDF files).

User licences

It may be installed on as many computers as you require but the number of licences purchased determines how many users can access the software.

NOTE: Firebird can be installed on other O/S's (Unix, Linux, etc) but it is up to the purchaser to install and support the software on that type of server O/S.

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