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2018 (12.0)

An owner operator domain is a domain that supports an As- Built functionality with multiple projects.  There are three owner operator domain schemas.

As-Built Schema — Holds As-Built database views.  The software creates the logon name and password automatically using the following naming convention: <domain name>_a_1.  The <domain name> segment corresponds to the Domain schema logon name in the database.  The As- Built schema logon name and password are identical to each other.  When performing a database connection, the software retrieves the logon name and password from the ENGINEERING_PROJECT table of the Domain schema.  The password <domain name>_a_1 is not encrypted.  The logon name and password are set permanently in the software.

Project Schema — Holds project database views.  The software creates the logon name and password automatically using the following naming convention:
<domain name>_e_<project id number>.  The <domain name> segment corresponds to the Domain schema logon name in the database.  The Project schema logon name and password are identical to each other.  When performing a database connection, the software retrieves the logon name and password from the ENGINEERING_PROJECT table of the Domain schema.  The password <domain name>_e_<project id number> is not encrypted.  The logon name and password are set permanently in the software.

Combined Project Schema — Holds database views of a project used in a combination with As-Built.  In Smart Instrumentation, such a combination enables the user to open a project with As-Built items displayed.  The software creates the logon name and password automatically using the following naming convention:
<domain name>_c_<project id number>.  The <domain name> segment corresponds to the Domain schema logon name in the database.  The Combined Project schema logon name and password are identical to each other.  When performing a database connection, the software retrieves the logon name and password from the ENGINEERING_PROJECT table of the Domain schema.  The password <domain name>_c_<project id number> is not encrypted.  The logon name and password are set permanently in the software.

See Also

Connecting to the Smart Instrumentation Database