Microsoft SQL Server Connection Dialog Box - Intergraph Smart Instrumentation - 13.1 - Administration & Configuration - Hexagon PPM

Intergraph Smart Instrumentation Administration

PPMProduct
Intergraph Smart Instrumentation
PPMCategory_custom
Administration & Configuration
Version_SPI_custom
13.1

Enables you to connect to the SQL Server database in which you want to run the Smart Instrumentation database setup process.  Connecting to the SQL Server database is the first step in the Smart Instrumentation database setup process.  This process allows you to initialize a Smart Instrumentation database in SQL Server.  This means that by running the database setup, you create the Admin and Encryption schemas for your Smart Instrumentation database.  To open the dialog box, run the DB Setup Utility.

You must have full System Administration Roles to access DBSetup.

Server name — Displays the server name setting or the instance name if the SQL Server instance is not the default instance.  The software retrieves this setting from the Intools.ini file, created during Smart Instrumentation installation.  You can type the name of the target database server machine or another named instance to which you want to connect for the Smart Instrumentation database setup.

System Administrator logon name — Allows you to type the System Administrator logon name.  The software uses this name to connect to the SQL Server instance.

The System Administrator must have full System Administration Roles assigned to them to access the DBSetup.

System Administrator logon password — Allows you to type the SQL Server System Administrator logon password.

Connect — Connects to the SQL server and opens the Target Database Parameters dialog box, where you can set parameters for the target Smart Instrumentation database and start the database setup process.  If you changed the Server name setting, when you click Connect, in the [Database] section of the Intools.ini file, the software changes the ServerName parameter, and also updates the Server parameter in the current SQL Server ODBC profile.