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Reviewing the Software Installation of Database Server for DB2

Review the directory structure created by the Database Server installation, as illustrated below. The example below results from a Custom installation.

The DB2UDB subdirectory is located under the DBSRVR_ROOT\ directory within the Siebel root directory you specified during the installation; for example, D:\SIEBEL_ROOT\dbsrvr\DB2UDB\.







BIN. Contains files for internal use.

COMMON. Contains common database platform-independent files.

DB2UDB. Installation as well as upgrade files specific to DB2 UDB.


AIX. User Defined Functions (UDFs) and stored procedures for DB2 AIX systems.

HPUX. UDFs and stored procedures for HP-UX systems.

SOLARIS. UDFs and stored procedures for DB2 Solaris systems.

WIN32. UDFs and stored procedures for Windows operating systems.

UPGRADE. Directories containing files to enable upgrade from specific versions of Siebel eBusiness Applications supported for upgrade to the current release.

SQLPROC. Binary files required to install stored procedures which perform data migration as part of an upgrade.

LANGUAGE. Contains language- and database-specific files for the ancestor repository and supporting files. For example, ENU would contain language-specific U.S. English files, or DEU would contain German-language-specific files. Additional subdirectories will exist under this level, based on the language packs that you install.

LOCALE. Contains translation files for the Upgrade Wizard. For Siebel use only.

PE60. Files used for uploading data from Siebel Sales Personal Edition.

FILES. This directory installs if you chose to install Sample File Attachments. These files should be copied to the appropriate subdirectory of the Siebel File System. See Populating the Siebel File System for Database Server on DB2.

If this has not already been done, the database administrator must now create the tableowner and administrator accounts with appropriate privileges to complete configuration of your Siebel Database Server. See Creating Tableowner and Administrator Accounts on DB2.

 Siebel Server Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows 
 Published: 25 June 2003