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  1. Pre-Installation
  2. Installation
  3. Post-Installation
  4. Apply the HotFix
  5. Starting and Stopping Proactive Monitoring Components
  6. Logging In to Client Tools
  7. Configure Reporting
  8. Installation and Configuration Checklist

Installation Guide

Installation Guide

Installing the Governance Edition for Windows

You can install Proactive Monitoring for PowerCenter Governance in graphical mode on Windows.
  1. Go to the root directory, right-click the
    Informatica_PMPC_Governance_3.0HF1.exe
    file and select
    Run as administrator.
    The
    Introduction
    page appears.
  2. Select
    Proactive Monitoring for PowerCenter Governance 3.0 HotFix 1
    .
  3. Click
    Install
    .
    The
    Prerequisites
    page displays the installation requirements. Verify that all requirements are met before you continue the installation.
  4. Click
    Next
    .
    The
    Installation Directory
    page appears.
  5. Enter the directory where you want to install Proactive Monitoring for PowerCenter.
    The default location of the installation directory is
    C:\Proactive_Monitoring
  6. Click
    Next
    .
    The
    License File
    page appears.
  7. Enter the path and file name of the license file, and click
    Next
    .
    The
    Proactive Monitoring Repository Database
    page appears.
  8. Select the database for the Proactive Monitoring repository.
    • Oracle
    • Microsoft SQL Server
  9. Enter the following information about the Proactive Monitoring repository database:
    Property
    Description
    Database user name
    User name of the Proactive Monitoring database.
    Database password
    Password for the Proactive Monitoring user.
    Database host
    The name of the machine hosting the database.
    Database port
    The port number of the database.
    SID/Service name
    The service name or database name. If the database is on Oracle, indicate whether to use the SID or service name in the JDBC connection string. For Oracle RAC databases, select from Oracle SID or Oracle service name. For other Oracle databases, select Oracle SID.
    JDBC parameters
    Optional parameters to include in the database connection string. Use the parameters to optimize database operations for the database. Verify that the parameter string is valid.
    Custom JDBC connection string
    Custom JDBC connection string for the DataDirect drivers.
    You can use the following syntax in the connection string:
    • Oracle. For example,
      jdbc:Informatica:oracle://<host_name>:<port_no>;ServiceName=<database name>
    • Microsoft SQL Server. For example,
      jdbc:Informatica:sqlserver://<host_name>:<port_no>;DatabaseName=<database name>
  10. Click
    Test Connection
    to verify that you can connect to the database.
    If the connection to the database is successful, a success message appears.
  11. Click
    Next
    .
    The
    Proactive Monitoring Schemas
    page appears.
    The installer creates the following default schemas for Proactive Monitoring for PowerCenter:
    • RulePoint_Design
    • RulePoint_RTAM
    • RulePoint_Topology
    • RulePoint_TopologyState
    • RulePoint_Activity
    • Proactive_Monitoring
  12. Click
    Next
    to accept the default schema names or enter new schema names and then click
    Next
    .
    The
    Informatica Domain and Application Details
    page appears.
  13. Enter the domain information. To validate the domain information, select
    Validate the domain information
    .
    The installer validates the domain information through the command line utilities.
    Property
    Description
    Domain name
    Name of the Informatica domain that you want to monitor.
    Node host name
    Host name of the gateway node.
    Node port number
    Gateway port number of the Informatica domain.
    Domain user name
    User name of the Informatica administrator.
    Domain password
    Password of the Informatica administrator.
    Security domain name
    Required if the Informatica domain uses LDAP or Kerberos authentication.
    Location of the command line utilities
    The path to the command line utilities.
  14. To configure Proactive Monitoring reports, select
    Enable Reporting
    .
  15. Enter the following domain information:
    Property
    Description
    PowerCenter Repository Service
    The name of the PowerCenter Repository Service.
    PowerCenter Integration Service
    The name of the PowerCenter Integration Service.
    Connection name
    The name of the connection that you want to create to the PowerCenter repository database. The installer creates a connection object before it imports reporting workflows into the repository.
    Connect string
    Required if you configured the command line utilities. The connection string to the PowerCenter repository database.
    You can use the following syntax in the connection string:
    • On Oracle, use the syntax
      <database name>.world
      (same as TNSNAMES entry). For example,
      oracle.world
      .
    • On Microsoft SQL Server, use the syntax
      <server name>@<database name>.
      For example,
      sqlserver@mydatabase
      .
    Location of the import control file
    Required if you configured the command line utilities. The path to the pmrep control file.
    Code page of the PowerCenter Repository Service
    Required if you configured the command line utilities. The code page of the PowerCenter Repository Service. Default is utf-8.
  16. Click
    Next
    .
    The
    PowerCenter Repository Database
    page appears.
  17. Enter the following information about the PowerCenter repository database:
    Property
    Description
    Database type
    Database type for the PowerCenter repository database.
    Database user name
    User name of the PowerCenter repository database.
    Database password
    Password for the PowerCenter user.
    Database host
    Name of the machine that hosts the PowerCenter repository database.
    Database port number
    Port number of the PowerCenter repository database.
    SID/Service name
    The service name or database name. If the database is on Oracle, indicate whether to use the SID or service name in the JDBC connection string. For Oracle RAC databases, select from Oracle SID or Oracle service name. For other Oracle databases, select Oracle SID.
    JDBC parameters
    Optional parameters to include in the database connection string. Use the parameters to optimize database operations for the database. Verify that the parameter string is valid.
    Custom JDBC connection string
    Custom JDBC string for the DataDirect drivers.
    You can use the following syntax in the connection string:
    • Oracle. For example,
      jdbc:Informatica:oracle://<host_name>:<port_no>;ServiceName=<database name>
    • Microsoft SQL Server. For example,
      jdbc:Informatica:sqlserver://<host_name>:<port_no>;DatabaseName=<database name>
  18. Click
    Next
    .
    The
    PowerCenter Read-Only User Details
    page appears.
  19. Enter the user name and password of the read-only user for the PowerCenter repository database.
  20. Click
    Next
    .
    The
    RulePoint Topology
    page appears.
  21. Enter the topology host and port information:
    Property
    Description
    Topology Host IP
    IP address of the server where you install Proactive Monitoring for PowerCenter.
    Tomcat Port
    HTTP port number of the Tomcat server. The default port number is 8080.
  22. Select
    Enable HTTPS for Web Application
    to enable secure connection for Proactive Monitoring for PowerCenter.
    1. Enter the port number. By default, the port number is 8443.
    2. Select either a keystore file generated by the installer, or use an existing keystore file.
    3. If you choose to use an existing keystore file, enter the keystore password and the name of the keystore file.
  23. Click
    Email Notification Configuration
    to configure email notifications to receive alerts for process failures in Proactive Monitoring for PowerCenter.
    The
    Email Configurations
    dialog box appears.
    1. Select
      Email Notification
      .
    2. Enter the following email notification information:
      Property
      Description
      SMTP host
      The fully qualified domain name of the SMTP server that you use to send alerts.
      Port
      The port number of the SMTP server.
      From
      Sender email address from which you send outbound emails.
      To
      Email recipient address to which you send notifications.
      Priority
      Email messages with the priority that you want to receive. Select from the following options:
      • Critical
      • High
      • Medium
      • Low
      For example, select
      Critical
      to receive email messages that have the priority as critical. When the default node fails, you receive an email alert of critical priority with the message that the default node has failed.
      Verbosity
      Verbosity of the email notification. Select from the following options:
      • More
      • Less
      For example, select
      Less
      to receive email messages with brief information of the alert.
      User name
      User account name of the SMTP server.
      Password
      User account password.
    3. Click
      Save
      .
  24. Click
    Next
    .
    The
    Pre-Installation Summary
    page appears.
  25. Review the pre-installation summary, and click
    Install
    .
    The
    Service Registration
    dialog box appears.
  26. If you want to register services for RulePoint, click
    Yes
    . Otherwise, click
    No
    .
    If you do not register the services, you must manually start the Proactive Monitoring instance when the installation is complete.
    The
    Installation Complete
    page appears.
  27. Click
    Done
    to complete the installation procedure and exit the installer.
Review the following files in the installation directory for information about the installation process:
  • PMPC_Governance_3.0HF1_Install.log
  • Readme.txt