Install Microsoft SQL Server 2016 Client - Intergraph Smart 3D - Installation

Intergraph Smart 3D Installation

PPMProduct
Intergraph Smart 3D
PPMCategory_custom
Installation & Upgrade
SPFVersion_custom
10
Version_SThreeD_Custom
12.1 (2019)

Because system configurations and individual company standards vary, use this section as a checklist instead of step-by-step instructions for Microsoft SQL Server. Please contact Customer Support for specific configuration questions.

You do not need to load any Microsoft SQL Server software if you are using Oracle as your database platform. Continue to Installing and Configuring Oracle Server Software.

You need Microsoft SQL Server Client if:

  • The computer is an administrative workstation.

  • You plan to run Project Management on the computer.

You do not need to install Microsoft SQL Server Client if:

  • The computer is used for general design work (piping, HVAC, and so forth). However, you must install Microsoft SQL Server Native Client 2012 on these computers. For more information, see Install Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Native Client.

There are internationalization considerations concerning the SQL Server collation settings you specify that relate to reference data, using SmartPlant Enterprise integrated systems, Global Workshare Configuration, multiple locales, backup/restore, reports, and upgrading to future releases. Please contact Customer Support for specific configuration questions.

  1. Insert your Microsoft SQL Server DVD, and start the setup program.

  2. From the Planning page, select System Configuration Checker to check for pre-requisite applications and identify potential installation problems. You might have to restart your computer if any pre-requisite applications were installed.

  3. Click Installation, and then select the New SQL Server stand-alone installation or add features to an existing installation option.

  4. Enter your SQL Server 2016 product key provided by Microsoft, and click Next.

  5. Accept the license terms, and click Next.

  6. On the Microsoft Update page, check Use Microsoft Update to check for updates based on your company's policy. Click Next.

    Wait while the SQL Server Setup files are installed on the computer.

  7. After the setup files are installed, review the results for any failures that must be fixed before you continue. Click Next.

  8. Select the Client Tools Connectivity feature.

  9. When you get to Installation Rules, make sure all operations have passed.

  10. From Ready to Install, click Install.

    Wait for installation to complete.

  11. Click Close.

  12. On the Installation page, click Install SQL Server Management Tools.

  13. Download and install SQL Server Management Studio from the MSDN web site.