Installation → Installing Servers and Agents → Server Installation → Running the Interactive Installer
The Deployment Automation interactive server installer uses a wizard that guides you through the installation process.
Run the following installer executable as a user with root privileges:
Select this option to install the server using existing settings and maintain the current database.
Select this option if you are installing Deployment Automation on an additional server for high availability and you do not want to overwrite the settings that you provided during the initial install.
Enter the JMS port that agents will use to connect to the server.
Select this option to configure increased security between agents and the server.
|Database||Database Connection String|
|Derby||To use the built-in Derby database (for evaluation purposes only), enter a password for the database user, and then click Next.|
|SQL Server||Use the format:
|Oracle|| If you are using a
service name, use the format:
jdbc:oracle:thin:@//serverName:1521/daIf you are using an instance name, use the format:
jdbc:oracle:thin:@serverName:1521:daWhere da represents your Oracle SID.
For Oracle databases, the schema name must be the same as the user name.
After the password is updated, restart the Common Tomcat where the Deployment Automation server is installed. The hibernate.connection.password property will be encrypted after the server starts if it is not already encrypted.
Deployment Automation is installed and connected to your database. You can now configure Deployment Automation by logging in to the Web application using the administrator account that you created.
If you want to start configuring your system and defer agent installation until later, continue with Administration Overview.
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