Database server editor
This section provides a detailed description of the Database server editors. Each essentially provides a means for you to configure your database servers in order to manage CAST Analysis/Dashboard/Measurement Services. You can configure as many as you require - i.e. you can manage multi-homed services from one place.
You can use this editor to display configuration details for Database Servers that have been created:
- automatically using the information defined during the installation process using CAST Server Manager - see the CAST Installation Guide for more information.
- manually using the Services view, this editor provides the means to configure the appropriate connection details (name, description, RDBMS type, version, host name, port, instance etc.): CAST Storage Service, Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server only
- During the process of connecting to the Management database/schema when launching the CAST Management Studio, the "server" listed in the Connection Profile automatically created by CAST Server Manager for the Management database/schema, will be added by default to the Services view. The same login credentials will be used. Please see CAST Management Studio - Rights for more information about how server access rights and permissions are handled in the CAST Management Studio.
- Please see CAST Management Studio - Rights for more information about how server access rights and permissions are handled in the CAST Management Studio.
There are various Database server editors - click the editor you want to know more about:
Note that Sybase ASE servers are no longer created by the CAST Delivery Manager Tool: T-SQL analyses are now all run in offline mode and no connection from the CAST Management Studio to the server is required during an analysis.