Table of Contents

Search

  1. Preface
  2. Installation Overview
  3. Installing Identity Resolution
  4. Post-Installation Tasks
  5. Troubleshooting
  6. Upgrading Identity Resolution
  7. Uninstalling Identity Resolution

Installation and Configuration Guide

Installation and Configuration Guide

Step 3. Create Tables

Step 3. Create Tables

Informatica provides scripts that you can run to create tables in Microsoft SQL Server. You can find the scripts in the following directory:
<Identity Resolution Installation Directory>\dbscript\msq
  1. On each source database that requires synchronization and on each target database, run the following command to run the
    idstbmsq.sql
    script:
    sqlcmd -i idstbmsq.sql -U <User Name> -P <Password> -S <Server Name>
    This command uses the following parameters:
    User Name
    Name of the user that can create tables and database objects.
    Password
    Password for the user.
    Server Name
    Name of the Microsoft SQL Server. For example, localhost.
    You can ignore the following warning:
    Warning: The table ’IDS\FDT\META’ has been created but its maximum row size (9171) exceeds the maximum number of bytes per row (8060). INSERT or UPDATE of a row in this table will fail if the resulting row length exceeds 8060 bytes.
    The
    idstbmsq.sql
    script creates the following objects on the database:
    • IDS_FDT_META
    • IDS_FDT_RECID
    • IDS_RB_GROUPS
  2. On each source database that requires synchronization, run the
    msqsyncu.sql
    script.
    The
    msqsyncu.sql
    script creates the IDS_UPD_SYNC_TXN object on the source database.
    Never rerun the
    msqsyncu.sql
    script on a source database that you have already synchronized. Rerunning the script might result in a loss of synchronization.
  3. Open the
    msqsyncp.sql
    script and change the database name in the INSERT statement to the database name that contains the tables created by the
    msqsyncu.sql
    script.
  4. On each source database that requires synchronization, run the
    msqsyncp.sql
    script.
    This script creates the IDS_UPD_SYNC object on the source database.
  5. On each target database that requires synchronization, run the
    msqsynci.sql
    script.
    The
    msqsynci.sql
    script creates the following synchronizer objects on the target database:
    • IDS_UPD_SYNC_NSA
    • IDS_2PC