First, open the Windows Command Prompt as administrator. To do this, right-click "Start" (1) and select "Command Prompt (Administrator)" (2):
Change into the directory C:\bluespice\bin\npm (1) execute the command "npm install parsoid" (2):
Keep the command prompt open and complete the following step
Creating the configuration file
In the BlueSpice codebase you will find two files in the folder
Copy them into the folder C:\bluespice\bin\npm\node_modules\parsoid\.
This provides an already finished configuration of Parsoid, which should work in the standard setup without further iadjustments.
Parsoid installation and configuration check
To test the installation and configuration, go back to the command prompt.
Change into the directory C:\bluespice\bin\npm\node_modules\parsoid (1) and start the service with the command "node bin\server.js" (2):
The service should now start without an error message. For further review, call the URL "http://localhost: 8000" in Internet Explorer. You should see the following page:
Change back to the command prompt and quit Parsoid by pressing "Ctrl+C". Keep the command prompt open and go to the next step.
Installation as a service
To run Parsoid in the background in the future, you need to install Parsoid in a Windows service. To do this, proceed as follows:
In the command prompt, change to the directory "C:\bluespice\bin\npm" (1) and execute the command "npm install node-windows" (2):
Using a text editor, create the file "C:\bluespice\bin\npm\node_modules\parsoid\ parsoid.service" with the help of this linked content:
In the command prompt, change into the directory "C:\bluespice\bin\npm\node_modules\ parsoid" (1) and execute the command "node parsoid.service" (2):
You can now close the command prompt.
Then enter the key combination Windows+R.
In the following dialog box, enter "services.msc" (1) and confirm with "OK" (2):
Find the service "Parsoid Web Service" and open it with a double-click:
Select the startup type "Automatic" (1) and start the service (2). After the service is started, close the window with "OK" (3):
In Internet Explorer, check the URL "http://localhost:8000", as already explained in the previous step, whether the Parsoid service started successfully.
If you have completed all steps successfully, you can proceed to the next step " Python".