Define Paths When Using SQL Server - Intergraph Smart Instrumentation - 13.1 - Administration & Configuration - Hexagon PPM

Intergraph Smart Instrumentation Administration

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Intergraph Smart Instrumentation
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Administration & Configuration
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13.1

When using SQL Server, files containing audit trail appear as .txt files on your Windows server.  When trimming audit trail data for the first time, the system chooses the drive with maximum free disk space and creates a folder INtoolStorage in that drive.

If you do not want the system to choose the target drive, before trimming audit trail data, you can create the folder INtoolStorage on a different drive.  After you click Trim in the Trim Audit Trail Data dialog box, the system locates the folder INtoolStorage and configures the path for the file with the audit trail data.

Depending on your SQL Server instance, the system creates the following paths for the files containing the trimmed audit trail data:

SQL Server with a Smart Instrumentation database created in a default instance:

<drive>:INtoolStorage\<default instance name>\<Smart Instrumentation database name>.
For example:
e:\INtoolStorage\Engineering1\Build3, where the default instance name Engineering1 corresponds to your Windows server name.

SQL Server with a Smart Instrumentation database created in a named instance:

<drive>:INtoolStorage\<SQL Server name>\<named instance name>\<Smart Instrumentation database name>.
For example:
e:\INtoolStorage\Engineering1\SPI2009\Build3, where the SQL Server name Engineering1 corresponds to your Windows server name.