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Subject: [nv-l] NV Data Warehouse Enablement
From: "Karl Prinelle" <Karl.Prinelle@elyzium.co.uk>
Date: Wed, 10 Sep 2003 23:01:47 +0100
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Hi list,
NV 7.1.3+fp1, Linux rh 7.2
I'd just like to clarify something I've seen in the archive (same title as this post, reply by Gareth Holl) about the tedw enablement pack.
From the docs & the archive note I'm not clear if the enablement pack needs Netview to be using an rdbms itself (via RIM) already before installing the pack or not?
The tdw doc's don't mention RIM at all, but they do mention the Availability database and point to sql scripts to re-create this (a) database.
I'm wondering if that means the tdw pack runs something like ovtopoconv to pull data from netview flat files & somehow?
I'm also a little unclear if I need to have a full db2 server on my netview machine, or just a configured db2 client?
The (confused) picture in my head says;
On netview (Linux);
    Netview, non-framework install - no RIM
    _No_ DB2 server
    tdwdaemon process
    db2 client configured to point at my w2k db2 server & the NETVIEW database on that which has been created using netview_tdw.sql
    This machine will be periodically writing availability info through the db2 client connection to the database on the windows server.
On Windows;
    TEDW - all components
    Configure the Sources and Targets in the Data Warehouse Ctr
    Assorted tedw tasks will re-process the NETVIEW database populated by the Linux box & write it on to the CDW and Data Marts
Can anyone clarify......  If the answer is not on Linux, then replace Linux for AIX - is the process the same?
Karl Prinelle
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