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This procedure describes how to perform a standard installation. You can use the standard install option as your sole installation procedure, or you can perform the standard installation as a first step of a custom installation and then customize your deployment after you have completed the standard installation. To perform a custom installation, see Performing a Custom Installation.
The standard installation provides two schema layout options: Siebel Schema without Partitioning and Siebel Schema with Partitioning. One of the Siebel Systems-provided templates listed below is used during the standard installation for the selected layout for your database schema.
See About the Siebel Storage Control File Templates for descriptions of the templates.
NOTE: If you choose the Siebel partitioned layout, a select subset of Siebel tables is defined as partitioned with predefined partitioning indexes. For a discussion of partitioned table spaces and partitioning indexes, see About Siebel Partitioning.
During the standard installation process, you indicate how you want to execute DDL that was created based on your layout choices. You can execute DDL directly against the database by choosing Run DDL Automatically. Alternatively, by choosing Generate DDL Into Files, you can assign DDL to an output file for later transfer to the DB2 host (using Siebel-provided scripts, your own FTP, or another file transport program) where the DBA applies the DDL using customary tools.
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