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Tectia

Using an Oracle Database

As an alternative to the built-in SQL database, it is possible to use an Oracle database with Tectia Manager. Tectia Manager accesses the database through a built-in Oracle client.

Note that the Oracle database installation or administration are not covered in this document. For instructions, refer to Oracle documentation.

To use an Oracle database, do the following:

  1. Install the Oracle database (or use an existing installation).

  2. Create a user in the Oracle database after logging in as a database administrator.

    Oracle 9.x:

    CREATE USER manager-user IDENTIFIED BY password
      DEFAULT TABLESPACE users
      TEMPORARY TABLESPACE temp
      QUOTA UNLIMITED ON users
      QUOTA UNLIMITED ON temp; 
    GRANT CONNECT TO manager-user;
    COMMIT;
    

    Oracle 10.x and 11.1:

    CREATE USER manager-user IDENTIFIED BY password
      DEFAULT TABLESPACE users
      TEMPORARY TABLESPACE temp
      QUOTA UNLIMITED ON users;
    GRANT CONNECT TO manager-user;
    GRANT RESOURCE TO manager-user;
    COMMIT;
    

  3. Configure Tectia Manager using the initial configuration wizard. See Initial Configuration for Management Server.


 

 
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