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|keyword||The text string used as the base word from which to generate an encryption key.
The keyword must meet the following criteria:
|domain_name||Name of the Informatica domain.|
|encryption_key_location||Directory that contains the current encryption key. The name of the encryption file is
Informatica renames the current sitekey file to sitekey_old and generates an encryption key in a new file named sitekey in the same directory.
|location_of_encryption_keys|| Directory in which the old encryption key file named
siteKey_old and the new encryption key file named
siteKey are stored.
The directory must contain the old and new encryption key files. If the old and new encryption key files are stored in different directories, copy the encryption key files to the same directory.
If the domain has multiple nodes, this directory must be accessible to any node in the domain where you run the migrateEncryptionKey command.
On UNIX, the file name siteKey_old is case-sensitive. If you manually rename the previous encryption key file, verify that the file name has the correct letter case.
|is_domain_migrated||Indicates whether the domain has been updated to use the latest encryption key.
When you run the migrateEncryptionKey command for the first time, set this option to False to indicate that the domain uses the old encryption key.
After the first time, when you run the migrateEncryptionKey command to update other nodes in the domain, set this option to True to indicate that the domain has been updated to use the latest encryption key. Or, you can run the migrateEncryptionKey command without this option.
Default is True.
|Repository Service Type||Command|
|Model Repository Service||infacmd mrs UpgradeContents|
|PowerCenter Repository Service||pmrep Upgrade|