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Intergraph Smart Instrumentation Configuration and Maintenance Guide

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  1. On the menu bar, click File > Database Type Test and Query.

  2. Do one of the following:

    • Click Actions > Use INI File.

    • On the toolbar, click to retrieve the parameters from the Intools.ini file for the current Admin schema.

  3. Under, Database type group box, select the type of database that you are working in, and then, under Connection settings, type the appropriate database parameters in the boxes to retrieve the parameters from a different Admin schema.

    On Oracle or SQL Server, the System Administrator can prevent unauthorized connections to the Admin schema by encrypting the Admin schema password using the Administration module option.  When encrypting the password, the software removes the Admin schema logon name and password from the Intools.ini file and stores this data in the database.  Therefore, if the password is encrypted, you cannot retrieve it automatically from the Intools.ini file but must enter it manually.  For more information, see Encrypt the Admin Schema Logon Password in the Administration Module help.

  4. Do one of the following:

    • On the menu bar, click Actions > Connect.

    • On the toolbar, click .

The Results pane displays the result of the connection.  A zero (0) indicates a successful operation.  Codes that indicate a connection failure include a message explaining the reason for the failure.

See Also

Smart Instrumentation Database Schemas
Checking Database Version Compatibility