Initialize Empty Domain without Reference Data - Intergraph Smart Instrumentation - 13.1 - Administration & Configuration - Hexagon

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This domain type should only be used within the context of importing a project data package were the reference data is supplied by the Owner Operator. Under no circumstances should you use this initialization domain type for other initialization cases.

This functionality is available for versions 13.1 HF16 and higher.

An empty domain without reference data, is a domain that contains only the relevant metadata and some system reference data that allows the initialized domain to function with the Smart Instrumentation software.

To initialize an empty domain do the following,

  1. Contact Customer Support at the Hexagon Smart Community web site and ask them to supply you with the NO_REF_DATA.ddti file used in the initialization of a domain without reference data.

  2. Save the file to a folder that can be easily accessed.

  3. Open the Administration module > System Administrator.

  4. Click File > Initialize.

  5. On the Initialize dialog box, in the Domain box, type the domain name, which must be unique in the current database, start with a letter, and contain only alphanumeric characters without spaces.  You can use an underscore (_) to indicate a space.

    • You can use a name of previously deleted domain.

    • You can modify the domain name after completing the initialization.  For details, see Make Domain Definitions.

  6. In the Domain schema name box, type the logon name of the domain schema, which must be unique in the current database, start with a letter, and contain only alphanumeric characters without spaces.  You can use an underscore (_) to indicate a space.  The software needs to use this name internally to connect to this domain.

  7. In the Domain schema password box, type the logon password of the Domain schema, which must be unique in the current database, start with a letter, and contain only alphanumeric characters (20 characters maximum) without spaces.  You can use an underscore (_) to indicate a space.

    SHARED Tip The schema password must be different from the domain name.  We recommend that you write down the schema password and keep it in a safe place.  When initializing a domain, the software changes all the password characters to upper case.  This means that if the Domain schema name is MY_DOMAIN, you cannot use my_domain as the password string.

  8. In the View-Only Domain schema password box, accept the default password of the View-Only Domain schema or change it as appropriate, provided the setting is unique in the current database, starts with a letter, and contains only alphanumeric characters without spaces.  You can use an underscore (_) to indicate a space.

    SHARED Tip The default password and the characters that you type when changing the password appear masked.

  9. Click Source.

  10. In the Source Data Connection dialog box, from the Database type drop-down select list, select SI Source File.

  11. Click Browse.

  12. Navigate to the NO_REF_DATA.ddti file and select.

  13. Click Connect.

  14. From the Domain select list, select the required domain.

  15. Click OK.