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  1. Preface
  2. Understanding PowerExchange for Email Server
  3. Installation and Configuration
  4. Email Sources
  5. Email Sessions
  6. Datatype Reference
  7. Error Messages

PowerExchange for Email Server User Guide for PowerCenter

PowerExchange for Email Server User Guide for PowerCenter

Installing the Server Component

Installing the Server Component

The PowerExchange for Email Server server component installs the PowerCenter Integration Service and PowerCenter Repository Service components.
If the PowerCenter Integration Service or PowerCenter Repository Service is configured to run on primary and backup nodes, install the PowerExchange for Email Server server component on each node configured to run the PowerCenter Integration Service or PowerCenter Repository Service.
If the PowerCenter Integration Service is configured to run on a grid, install the PowerExchange for Email Server server component on each node configured to run on the grid. If you cannot install the PowerExchange for Email Server server component on each node in the grid, create a resource in the domain and assign it to each node where you installed the PowerExchange for Email Server server component. When you create a session, configure the session to use the resource.
For example, create a custom resource called Email Server. When you create a session, assign the resource as a required resource. The Load Balancer dispatches the Session task to a node that has the resource.