Free Version
  1. Go to the License Management page and click "Try Business Version For Free". Note: You must be logged in to start the trial. If you don't have an account, the system will create one for you upon your first login.

Start the trial

  1. Once you start the trial, you’ll see the updated Business Version license details. Click "Download License" to get it.

Download the license

  1. Move the downloaded license.zip file to your installation directory.

Copy the license to the installation directory

  1. Run the one-click installation command sh -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/dream-num/helm-charts/main/install.sh)" in your installation directory to begin the installation.

Run the installation command

  1. Follow the instructions provided by the installation program. Enter your email to subscribe for updates, and specify the path where the license.zip file is stored. If you don’t provide the license, the installation will proceed in Free Version mode.

Provide email and license path

  1. Wait for all services to start. If you see the following screen, it indicates a successful installation.

Installation successful

  1. Now, we’ll verify that everything is working correctly. Follow the Quick Start guide to create a front-end project. For simplicity, I’ll save the collaboration demo code as a single HTML file.

Create the front-end project

  1. Double-click to open the saved HTML file. You should see the spreadsheet loading correctly. Pay attention to the unit parameter in the URL, which is the document ID provided by the collaboration service. This indicates that the document has been successfully created in the database, and the document storage service is working fine.

Create a document

  1. Copy the document’s full URL and open it in an incognito window or a different browser. Perform some actions to confirm that the collaboration service is functioning properly.

Test the collaboration service

  1. Congratulations! You have successfully installed and verified the Univer Business Version. Next, explore the official documentation to discover more features and learn how to integrate Univer into your application. Enjoy using Univer!

Is it possible for us to take a look at the Univer server benchmark report?

Absolutely, our benchmark report is available for your review. It offers an in-depth look at how our collaborative architecture performs. For further details, head over toCollaborative Benchmark.

What kind of setup do we need to get ready for deploying the server?

To deploy the server, just make sure your server is equipped with a single-core CPU, 2GB of RAM, and 10GB of storage. Also, you'll need Docker version 23 or above, or you can opt for a Kubernetes (k8s) cluster. Remember, these specs are just for testing.

What brands of databases does the Univer server support?

Our Univer server is compatible with a range of popular databases including MySQL and PostgreSQL. For the full list, feel free to get in touch with us.

How do we go about deploying the Univer server in a Docker server?

Deploying the Univer server in a Docker container is a straightforward process. For a step-by-step guide, check out ourDocker Deployment.

And how about deploying the Univer server in a Kubernetes cluster?

Deploying our software in a Kubernetes cluster is a breeze. For a detailed guide, refer to ourKubernetes Deployment.