Below you will find helpful information on how to install and configure Web Services Gateway. Please pick the type of installation you are trying to do for the best help.
Download Web Services Gateway and follow the simple installation guide. It is a small 22MB file and takes about an hour to set up and configure.
Once the installation is complete you will want to supply your users with the site URL so that they can connect to the data sources you configured.
You will first want to uninstall your current Web Services Gateway. Once this is complete, download the latest version of Web Services Gateway and follow the installation guide.
If you installed to the same site than your users should not have to change anything in their apps. If you installed to a new site you will need to supply your users with the new site URL.
This method of installation works best if you would like to test a new version of Web Services Gateway without affecting your users.
Note You will need to create a new IIS site as you cannot have 2 versions of Web Services Gateway deployed on the same site.
Create your new IIS site then download the latest version of Web Services Gateway and follow the installation guide. Once complete you can send the new site URL to your testers.
When you are ready to push this new version into production you can redirect the URL your production users have to this new site.