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Creating and Configuring an Empty Siebel Business Analytics Repository
This task is a step in the Process of Creating the Development Repository.
This task creates a repository containing configuration folders for the different source systems that Siebel Business Analytics supports. The Siebel Business Analytics has source-independent and application-independent folders, as well as the Post-Load Process folder. After you create the repository, you may want to delete the folders and the connections that are not applicable to you.
You can also configure your server information in the following procedure.
To create and configure an empty Siebel Business Analytics repository
- Start the Repository Server Administration Console.
- Register the Repository Server.
- In the left pane, select the PowerCenter Repository Servers node, which appears under Console Root.
- On the Action menu, click New Server Registration.
- Enter the host name (the machine where the repository resides).
- Accept the default port number 5001 or enter the appropriate port number. Click OK.
The Repository Server host name appears in the right pane under Hostname.
- Right-click the server name, and click Connect.
- In the Connection Information section, enter the Administrator password. Click OK.
- Right-click on Repositories, and click New Repository.
- In the General tab, enter a name for your new repository, and click Do not create any content.
- Click the Database Connection tab and enter the following:
- Database type
- Code page
- Connect string
- Database user
- Database password
- Click the Licenses tab, and add your license key or keys, and Click Update.
- Click OK.
- Right-click on your new repository name, and click All Tasks, and Restore.
The Restore Repository dialog box appears.
- Select shell.rep, and click OK.
Your repository is created.