|This task explains how to set up the Oracle database to be used with ENOVIA V5 VPM.|
|The Oracle database must already have been installed and configured.|
|1. Check the Oracle option in the DBMS Type dialog box:
By default, the UNIX user can be used but it is possible to use another name with its password.
2. Click the Next button to move to the next step.
The ENOVIA V5 VPM Dictionary Owner dialog box appears:
This dialog box lets you specify the user name and password that will be associated to the ENOVIA V5 VPM Dictionary Owner.
The ENOVIA V5 VPM Dictionary Owner:
3. Enter the user name of the ENOVIA V5 VPM Dictionary Owner.
4. Enter the password for the ENOVIA V5 VPM Dictionary Owner.
5. Click the Next button to move to the next step.
The Oracle Database Location dialog box appears:
6. Indicate whether the location of your Oracle Database that will be used for ENOVIA V5 VPM is:
Note: This parameter only concerns the installation and has no impact on Runtime functioning.
In both local and remote nodes, you can choose either an existing tablespace or select New One... and create a new tablespace.
7. Click the Next button to move to the next step.
The Oracle Home Directory dialog box appears.
8. Indicate the home directory of the Oracle Product:
Note: The directory that you specify can be for a remote database instance or a local database instance.
9. Click the Next button to move to the next step.
The Oracle Service Name dialog box appears:
Oracle clients communicate with Oracle servers through service names, which are easy-to-remember aliases for database addresses. Service names can be resolved using various methods:
Using the Local Naming method
To use the Local Naming method:
Using the Centralized Naming method
To use the Centralized Naming method:
10. Click the Next button to move to the next step.
You now continue to another part of the installation common to all databases.