anyLogistix is Java based application and has been tested on the following platforms:
- Microsoft Windows 10 x64
- Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2
- Microsoft Windows Server 2016
- Microsoft Windows Server 2019
- anyLogistix requires 1GB of free disk space.
- We recommend having 8GB (or more) of memory and modern processor for optimal performance.
- Java 2 Standard Edition 10.0 or later is needed to run anyLogistix model development environment.
- An Internet connection is required.
JRE is included in anyLogistix installation package.
anyLogistix is using certain external services to provide the best user experience. Make sure you are not blocking them. Basically you need to make sure that:
- The POST requests can be sent to https://www.anylogic.com and https://forms.anylogic.com.
- It is possible to access https://alxtiles.anylogic.com and https://route.anylogic.com via HTTPS protocol.
- Your firewall is not blocking https://www.anylogistix.com/files/AnyLogistixUpdate.xml.
Below you can find a full list of external services that anyLogistix is using.
|Routes server, which is used to visualize connections on the map.|
|Proxy server with tiles, which provides tiles for the map.|
|https://forms.anylogic.com/features/||The Feature request form, which is sent via the POST request. Access should be granted to access the server at https://forms.anylogic.com.|
|https://forms.anylogic.com/help/||The broken link report that is sent from the 404 page and the feedback a user sends through the feedback form at the bottom of every page. The feedback is sent via the POST request. Access should be granted to access the server at https://forms.anylogic.com.|
|https://www.anylogic.com/supportform/||The Get support form, which is sent via the POST request. Access should be granted to access the server at https://forms.anylogic.com.|
|https://www.anylogistix.com/files/AnyLogistixUpdate.xml||When launched, anyLogistix checks this address for software updates.|
Out of the box anyLogistix provides automatic proxy resolving mechanism from System network properties. If required you can define your own proxy server in the anyLogistix configuration file (anylogistix.ini), which by default is located here: C:\Users\Username\AppData\Roaming\anyLogistix
as for instance:
Additionally you can add authentication credentials
as for instance:
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