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  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

List of Parameters

List of Parameters

You can add the following parameters to the
Identity Resolution
installer:
-1<Log File Name>
Optional. Absolute path of the log file. If you specify this parameter, the installer captures all the log entries and the debugging messages in the specified file.
If you do not specify this parameter, the installer creates a log file in the temporary directory with the
iirin
prefix, a three digit number, and the .log extension. The installer sequentially increments the three digit number.
For example, if the first log file name is
iirin001.log
, the subsequent log file name is
iirin002.log
. The installer returns an error if the log files with numbers up to 999 already exist.
Consider the following guidelines when you specify this parameter:
  • You cannot use this parameter within a parameter file.
  • On Windows, ensure that you define either the TMP or TEMP environment variable. If you do not define the environment variable, the installer returns an error.
  • On UNIX, the temporary directory can be
    $HOME/tmp
    ,
    /usr/tmp
    ,
    /tmp
    , or
    /var/tmp.
-2<Error File Name>
Optional. Absolute path of the error file. If you specify this parameter, the installer captures all the error messages in the specified error file.
If you do not specify this parameter, the installer creates an error file in the temporary directory with the
iirin
prefix, a three digit number, and the .err extension. The installer sequentially increments the three digit number.
For example, if the first error file name is
iirin001.err
, the subsequent error file name is
iirin002.err
. The installer returns an error if the error files with numbers up to 999 already exist.
Consider the following guidelines when you specify this parameter:
  • You cannot use this parameter within a parameter file.
  • On Windows, ensure that you define either the TMP or TEMP environment variable. If you do not define the environment variable, the installer returns an error.
  • On UNIX, the temporary directory can be
    $HOME/tmp
    ,
    /usr/tmp
    ,
    /tmp
    , or
    /var/tmp.
--debug-level <Debug Level>
Optional. Level of debug information that you want to capture in the log file. The debug level value must be an integer that is greater than 0.
The default value is 0. If the debug level value is 0, the installer does not log any debug information.
--install-dir <Installation Directory>
Required. Absolute path for the installation directory.
--install-dir-remote <Installation Directory of Remote Server>
Required if you install only the client components. Absolute path of the installation directory if you have installed the server components on a separate computer.
You must provide the same directory that you provided when you installed the server components.
For example, if you install the server components in the
/user/InformaticaIR
directory on UNIX, use the same directory even though you install the client components on Windows.
--install-type all | cli | lic | upg | force-upgrade | uni
Required. Type of installation. Enter one of the following values:
  • all. Installs both the server and the client components.
  • cli. Installs the client components.
  • upg. Performs an upgrade of an existing installation.
  • force-upgrade. Performs a forced upgrade of an existing installation.
  • uni. Uninstalls an existing installation.
--jre <JRE Executable>
Required if you do not add the absolute path of the
bin
directory of the JDK or JRE installation to the PATH environment variable. Absolute path of the Java executable. You can optionally set the JAVA_OPTS environment variable to pass additional options to the JRE.
The Java executable must not contain spaces, and you cannot use this parameter within a parameter file.
--odbc-dbtype <Database Type>
Required if you configure the ODBC settings. Type of database. Enter one of the following values:
  • msq. Indicates Microsoft SQL Server.
  • ora. Indicates Oracle.
  • udb. Indicates IBM DB2 UDB.
--odbc-driver <ODBC Driver Name>
Required if you configure the ODBC settings. Name of the ODBC driver that communicates with the database.
--odbc-dsn <ODBC Data Source Name>
Optional. Data Source Name (DSN). If you do not specify any value, it defaults to the service name. All database drivers except Oracle Database require a valid DSN.
--odbc-native-service <Native Database Service>
Required if you configure the ODBC settings. Name of the database service that you configure in the database.
--odbc-service-name <Service Name>
Required if you configure the ODBC settings. Service name that
Identity Resolution
uses to refer to the database service.
--progress-window
Optional. Displays a window with the progress messages during the installation or uninstallation. On UNIX, you can see the messages if you have a graphics display server.
--server-co <Host Name>:<Port Number>
Host name or IP address of the Connection Server and the port number on which the server listens.
--server-cs <Host Name>:<Port Number>
Host name or IP address of the Console Server and the port number on which the server listens.
--server-cx <Host Name>:<Port Number>
Optional. Host name or IP address of the XML Console Server and the port number on which the server listens.
--server-ht <Host Name>:<Port Number>
Optional. Host name or IP address of the HTTP Search Server and the port number on which the server listens.
The server starts only if you specify this parameter.
--server-n3 <Host Name>:<Port Number>
Optional. Host name or IP address of the SSA-NAME3 Server and the port number on which the server listens.
--server-rb <Host Name>:<Port Number>
Host name or IP address of the Rulebase Server and the port number on which the server listens.
--server-se <Host Name>:<Port Number>
Host name or IP address of the Search Server and the port number on which the server listens.
--server-xm <Host Name>:<Port Number>
Optional. Host name or IP address of the XML Search Server and the port number on which the server listens.
The server starts only if you specify this parameter.
--server-xs <Host Name>:<Port Number>
Optional. Host name or IP address of the XML Synchronization Server and the port number on which the server listens.
The server starts only if you specify this parameter.